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A Helpful Interview and More Experimentation

Today, we conducted an interview and, in our experiment, attempted to fix the flaws we had discovered yesterday and found more flukes in our “improved” set up. We began by interviewing an individual who had been injured by electromagnetic radiation. … Continue reading

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Some Crazy Experiments!

Today we designed and conducted an experiment on whether or not the electromagnetic waves from a vacuum will effect the way you concentrate and think. However, the first thing we did today was take a ride in the E.M.I.T.T (Electro … Continue reading

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A Step in the Right Direction!?

Today we gathered in our groups enthused with excitement to do more research on electromagnetic radiation. We quickly concluded that, knowing smaller waves have the power to break molecular bonds, we would tackle the larger waves which have been said … Continue reading

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Finally Arrived!

Today we arrived at the NRAO in Green Bank, WV to start our journey with our teams to accomplish our task ahead. ¬†We were given the task to answer the question “Does electromagnetic radiation have an effect on human health?”. … Continue reading

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