What is Marine Energy? Is it really have enough potential to be the future of global energy? What are the types, pros, and cons of it? Explained in the simplest way possible.

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What is Marine Energy?

Marine energy (also referred to as marine power, ocean energy, ocean power) refers to the energy carried by ocean waves, tides, salinity, and ocean temperature differences. The movement of water in the world’s oceans creates a vast store of kinetic energy or energy in motion. …

With the RHIC accelerator, the researchers projected two “clouds” of gold ions against each other…

Image from Brookhaven National Laboratory

A phenomenon through which matter can be generated directly only with light was demonstrated in an important experiment conducted by a team of scientists who used the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC), an accelerator of the Department of Energy. of the United States located at Brookhaven National Laboratory.

What is an RHIC Accelerator?

The Relativistic…

Null values ​​can be a source of problems and annoying headaches when we are working with datasets. In this short article, we will see how to identify them and proceed with their removal.

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Where are null values?

Let’s imagine we have a data frame called df and don’t know if it contains null values. We can check immediately with the command df.isnull().

print ( df.isnull() )
  • If you're using the Jupyter Notebook, you can omit the print command, you can simply use
df. isnull()

we will see…

Chinese artificial sun beats the Korean one by 60 million degrees.

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Korean Artificial Sun

It is called ‘artificial sun’ and actually, a more appropriate nickname could not exist: the Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) broke all records, maintaining the temperature of 100 million degrees for 20 seconds.

The KSTAR is an advanced…

Thanks to an innovative flexible device that can be applied on the skin to generate electricity from the heat of our body

Image from a Scientific paper from ‘Korea Institute of Science and Technology’(KIST)

How can one possibly create electric energy with heat?

I’m not talking about converting water into steam or burning gas to rotate electric generators. Those days were over I believe. I’m talking about “Thermo Electric Generators”. Okay, now What is this Thermo Electric Generator?

Thermo Electric Generator

Thermoelectric generators (TEG) are solid-state semiconductor devices that convert a temperature difference and heat flow…

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