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IN Science & Technology ON 31 Dec, 2015
Science is around us. We cannot deny its existence. From the moment we wake up, live the day, up to the time we sleep, facts of life governed by science work simultaneously. Because the universe is too big, we thought that nobody could possibly take all these moments in a single or couple of shots. But no! There are proofs that will pretty much explain it.
Here are some of the most special everyday scientific moments we rarely see, but are here happening along our journeys in life. You are so lucky because they move before your eyes! Enjoy!
Two scientific movements of plants can elaborate this: gravitropism and thigmotropism. Gravitropism is the deliberate movement of a plant developing and growing in response to gravity. While in thigmotropism, the plant looks for something to have 'contact' for its growth support.
Seven mini poles a specific key should move correctly to 'activate and decode' the lock.
It takes seven to nine months before facial features of humans are perfectly seen.
You can see how the aerial transportation in the world is simply amazing.
This is a delicate process in establishing better teeth arrangement. It may take at least a couple of years depending on the case. Nevertheless, it's amazing how each tooth responds at the 'restriction' set.
Surprisingly, egg yolk would not be broken underwater due to the Vitelline (yolk membrane), and the albumin, unless too mush force is applied.
Left side portrays normal application in the face, where we see the cream substance in white color. Alternately, under an ultraviolet condition, here's how sunblock is seen--much like applying mud in the face.
Movement of the mouth, teeth grinding, and the esophagus is featured. Here, mechanical digestion usually takes place.
Its too surprising to witness that a dog's tongue would form in a 'scoop-ish' manner, so to gather more amount of water for drinking.
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