Can wearing a medical face mask protect you against the new coronavirus? It’s a question many people are asking. The answer is rather complex and depends on what type of mask under investigation. The regular surgical masks that doctors and surgeons wear offers little, if any, protection against contracting the novel Coronavirus. These masks are […]
Hand sanitizers are effective against fungi and enveloped viruses, such as those that cause colds and flu, including the Coronavirus. But are you using them properly?
An updated version of the story that appeared in the February 2, 2020 issue of Sapulpa Times is bringing new facts about the spread and viability of the Coronavirus.
While it is tempting to buy cheap devices Amazon, there is an inherent risk involved.
Ocean acidification has the potential to cause widespread changes in the marine ecosystem which may eventually disrupt the ocean goods and services that we depend on.
Carriers are running out of LTE capacity in many major cities. Users are already experiencing slow downs during peak usage. The fifth generation technology adds huge amounts of new frequencies in bands that have never been used for commercial broadband.
Science is based on fact, not opinions or preferences. The methodology of science is designed to challenge ideas through exploration and experimentation.
Cloud computing is ubiquitous these days. Even Sapulpa Times uses it!
Some of the first weather analysis and forecasting methods came from Aristotle around 2,400 years ago in 340 B.C. He organized his thoughts in a formal document titled “Meteorologica,” in which he observed and distinguished Fire, Air, Water, and Earth as four elements that caused “events in this world.” Today, weather forecasting has come a […]
At one time it was nothing more than science fiction. Now, GPS has become a staple of our everyday travel. But how does it actually work?