Using What You Learn


Learning Coding can be an interesting experience and rewarding. Especially, when you know what you are doing from the lessons that you have taken on coding. Some of the concepts that I have learned about in the process of learning about coding includes a variety of items.

  • html
  • CSS
  • JavaScript
  • jQuery
  • Python Syntax

Concepts that you Learn

All these concepts are somewhat easy to understand and you have to practice quite a bit to make sure that you understand the concepts that you are learning about throughout the process. Sometimes you also have to look at examples, and questions that other coder’s have asked about the same type of question that you are working on. Some people have a hard time understanding some of the concepts just like I did when I started some of it did not make sense but that is because I did not know anything about coding until looking into it earlier in the month of May.

What can you do with these concepts

Well you can work on many types of things like apps, websites, and learn just about anything that you want. You can also learn how to manipulate your blog posts on how you want your reader’s to see your posts. It is quite amazing that right now as I am writing this blog post I have used some of the concepts learned in coding. I know that there is only so much that you can write about coding but by using the concepts that you learn in something that you are working on gives you the ability to show off your new skills.

  • Engineer
  • NASA
  • Computer Science
  • Mathematics
  • Medical and Billing coding

Throughout the world there are many places that you can use these types of skills to obtain the information that you want out of your website, blog, apps, games or anything that you like. It is fascinating to me that more people are not interested in this type of information or want to learn about coding. I think that it is fun and I am excited to use my new skills on preparing this blog post with some of the interesting topics I have covered in the last couple of weeks.

I hope you have enjoyed reading my new work!

Maybe one day when I get good at this I can get a job doing this type of stuff

Universe May Exist in a Multiverse, Cosmic Inflation Suggests


Interesting picture!

Deus Nexus

Reposted from:   Space.com   | By Miriam Kramer

universe-2The first direct evidence of cosmic inflation — a period of rapid expansion that occurred a fraction of a second after the Big Bang — also supports the idea that our universe is just one of many out there, some researchers say.

On Monday (March 17), scientists announced new findings that mark the first-ever direct evidence of primordial gravitational waves — ripples in space-time created just after the universe began. If the results are confirmed, they would provide smoking-gun evidence that space-time expanded at many times the speed of light just after the Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago.

History of the Universe Illustration
The bottom part of this illustration shows the scale of the universe versus time. Specific events are shown such as the formation of neutral Hydrogen at 380 000 years after the big bang. Prior to this time, the constant interaction between matter (electrons)…

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Scientists Close To Announcing Discovery Of First Habitable, Earth-Sized Planet


This is interesting news. I love reading about science and the newest discoveries that they make throughout the world.

CBS Tampa

Tampa (CBS TAMPA) — Scientists and NASA researchers are close to announcing that the search for a habitable, Earth-sized planet may be over.

Thomas Barclay, an astronomer with NASA’s Ames Research Center in California, has found a planet nearly the size of Earth that is located in a habitable zone of a star in the Milky Way. Writing in separate Twitter posts, the outermost planet has a radius estimated to be 1.1 times as large as Earth’s, tweeted University of Arizona graduate student Nick Ballering.

Until this discovery, research had put the minimum size for a new Earth candidate at 1.4 times the size of Earth – a star called “Kepler-62F,” which orbits 1,200 light years away from the Earth, Gizmodo reports.

The Kepler telescope was unveiled in 2009 specifically to allow scientists to scour the universe and beyond for possible Earth-like matches. For four years, the space telescope…

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Big Bang Breakthrough


Interesting! I love learning about The Big Bang Theory! Thanks for sharing…..

Fish Of Gold

In case you didn’t hear the news, some really cool sciencey stuff happened this week that proves rapid universal expansion a fraction of a tiny second after the Big Bang. Gravitational waves, first proposed in Einstein’s Theory of Relativity nearly a century ago, have been found. Einstein was right.

Of course, I was. Albert Einstein, 1953. Photograph: Ruth Orkin/Hulton Archive/Getty Images Of course, I was.
Albert Einstein, 1953. Photograph: Ruth Orkin/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

“What does that mean?” you may well ask. “Is the universe going to explode? Will I get a tax break?”

Well, to be perfectly honest, we don’t really know what it means yet, because we’re just dumb Type I primates without the knowledge to travel out of our own solar system let alone go around the block. Nothing has essentially changed with this discovery. Gravity still works the same way. The Earth still rotates around the Sun. We still don’t know how the Big Bang banged in the first…

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The Scientist: How I became a Biology Major


Interesting! I loved learning about science…..

Anything to Everything

Image  A few of the Biology books.

When I started my educational endeavor I examined each subject in which I excelled. For some reason beyond me I noticed I did well in the sciences and quite in fact enjoyed the abstract thought involved. Its quite ironic because in High school I never imagined myself as a science major or a college student at the least. During my first year I took all the basic courses that would be involved in any major, but as soon as I took Chemistry I knew that I was in love. Now, I did not pursue Chemistry for several reasons, but specifically for the lack of a solid Chemistry department at my university. My second year came by and I had taken all my basic courses with a heavy emphasis on science courses. Immediately that year I knew that I wanted to search my way into…

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