In his book, Robert Kiyosaki tells of his upbringing observing and learning from his friend’s dad and his own dad. There were many differences in how they approached their work, how they viewed and used their money, and how they ultimately fared in life.
Peltier elements look like flat, usually square, plates with two wires extending from it. Between these two surfaces is an array of semiconductors in series alternating between n-type and p-type (n-type has “n” for “negative” or lots of extra electrons; p-type has “p” for “positive” or shortage of electrons).
Reading this, you’ll learn of creative ways Captain Abrashoff sought out the value and mutual respect in every last one of the individuals on the USS Benfold. His accounts are full of entertaining reflections and lessons in such pursuits.
Most people are well familiar with light when it comes to white light and how it can be separated by a prism to a spectrum of colors, but life’s not all just sunshine and rainbows. Here, we’re going to get into how light can be produced so intensely that it can burn, cut, and destroy (cue evil villain laugh).
Unlike many of that sort of book which prescribes a strategy or method that, effective as it may be, becomes utterly forgettable - this one is different. In The E Myth Revisited, Michael Gerber touches the very raw and very personal emotions of the small business startup.
Graphene is a single-atom thick layer of carbon atoms closely linked in a hexagonal 2D sheet. Once formed, this stuff is so strong, you couldn’t pierce through it with anything less than about 5 tons crushing down on a point the size of a pencil tip.
The excitement and energy fueling an entrepreneur’s passion can be nearly unstoppable. It can meet a cold brutal end when failing to see any demand in the marketplace after logging countless hours, personal funds, and sacrifices.
In Non-Newtonian fluids, the viscosity or “thickness” of the liquid changes when it is stressed. This means that when they’re shaken or stirred, the liquid becomes either “thinner” and flows more freely, or “thicker” and resists movement.
You can only do one thing at a time. First ask yourself “What one thing could I do that when accomplished, will make everything else easier or unnecessary?” Once that one thing is accomplished, ask yourself the question again and repeat the process.