Mineral vitamins

Published April 25, 2018

Mineral vitamins

To fully nourish plants, animals and humans, at least 12 elements are needed: carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, potassium, sodium, chlorine, calcium, magnesium and iron. In addition to these elements, in small quantities, such elements as boron, rubidium, iodine, bromine, zinc, manganese, copper, cobalt, molybdenum are also needed. These are trace elements or mineral vitamins...

Bacteria "extract" iron and oil

Published April 25, 2018

Bacteria extract iron and oil

These bacteria "extract" iron and oil! They were discovered in 1947, but chemists did not even suspect that all their representatives put together produce sulfuric acid much more than the entire world chemical industry. Small competitors of chemists were called thiobacillus ferrooxidans. All because these bacteria belong to the group associated with sulfur and at the same time are also ferro-bacteria...

How the heart works

Published April 25, 2018

How the heart works

On day 18 in a tiny lump of cells, which is the human embryo at this time, the heart begins to beat and does not stop until our death. How the heart works is perhaps the only organ that never escapes from work. At the adult person heart for a day has time to pump 6-10 tons of blood, and during a life through it will pass 150-200 thousand tons...

Biofilters

Published April 25, 2018

Biofilters

It's not a secret for anyone that the problem of preserving ecology has come to the forefront today. Complex sewage treatment facilities are being built, but they do not completely solve the problem. Probably, it is clear that all plants are natural biofilters. Tree leaves well precipitate dust. Their crown is quite high and wide, the total area of the foliage is extensive...

Waste of the Earth

Published April 25, 2018

Waste of the Earth

Space exploration showed: our planet is "breathing"! For each revolution around the axis, it gives to the outer space about 100 thousand M3 helium. The obtained data forced us to take a fresh look at the problem of where to bury the waste of the Earth. It's no secret that today not all waste products can be cleaned or recycled...

Nitrogen bacteria

Published April 25, 2018

Nitrogen bacteria

Nature in its subtle forms of biological chemistry hides from our eyes many processes. For example, how do those plants get nitrogen that do not grow on artificially fertilized sites? It turns out that a significant role here is played by nitrogen bacteria. Nitrogen from the atmosphere can not feed the plants - such conclusions were the results of numerous experiments of botanists...

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