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Hello everyone, sorry to keep you waiting. I woke up with a very insightful mood the other day and I decided to pay my respects to the great minds of the science. People tend to diminish the merits of the great people nowadays and say that those in the past were greater. I'm not entering on this field and I'm not saying that Miami eye doctors for instance are not great but those people you will see in this series are truly great and they have influenced the path of science forever.
The last part of the trilogy in not so close related to the science or the Miami eye doctors that perform surgery across continents but a bunch of historical and delightful facts that were preserved over the thousands of years about electricity.
Pretty cool topic I reached here, right? I bet you didn't know that something so abstract can be so useful or so easy to understand. Now we are moving on we'll talk about the electric field. How does this help Miami eye doctors in performing overseas surgery? You'll find out on your own reading this post (it's basically because every communication nowadays relies on electrons and electric fields generated by them).
Hello there, I saw you enjoyed my latest articles about the electric engine. I guess I got you pretty hooked up on "green energy" and all futuristic... Well, I'll continue (applause) the series with some posts about the unit that makes all this electrical thingies (this is actually the scientific term, honestly) work and that make our lives easier. Because this is the purpose of this mini-series. To emphasize small things that people neglect but that are very important. The main actor in all of today's science is electricity and the electric charge. Because of electricity Miami eye doctors can learn new techniques but also remotely operate through some mechanical arms and with some video cameras (yes, this has been done already).
I started in my previous post to tell you a little about some of the thing that contributed to the technical development that we are experiencing right now. Things like the electric engine are some miracles that help everyone, even Miami eye doctors and not in the sense that it's getting them to work but with the fact that the electric engine is one small piece of the big-picture puzzle that technology is nowadays. So I'll tell you a bit more about it because in the near future we all will be driving electric vehicles and you'll not look stupid when opening the hood and looking at the engine.
saw on the news the other day an electric car that travels about 120-130 miles with about an hour of charging at a special plug but not that special. They said that there are a whole bunch of them and gave some examples where you can find them (like even gas stations or firemen stations). Some even begun to map them and to make some kind of website where you can find where next you can charge your car when traveling. Cool, huh? Now, wouldn't be a shame not to know what are the principles that made all this possible? I say it is and since is my blog I'll write a couple of posts about it. Enjoy!
The second part of the first post (confusing, huh?) about Electron microscopy. How did I came up with such a subject? As I told you previously, I was searching the internet for Miami refractive surgery in order to make some plans for a minor (i hope) surgery I was struck about the idea that now we can operate without cutting people open, without scars and so on and I thought about what were the milestones that led to this state of science that we are experiencing right now. So here we go again with the main ideas of the electron microscopy.
I was looking the other day somehow retrospectively on what improvements the science and technology took the past years... Just looking for Miami Refractive surgery on the internet, it hit me. We are operating peoples eyes without touching them? Wow... So i decided to pay some respects to the people that made these kind of things possible. The first thing that I find fascinating is Electron microscopy and I'll give you some of the facts that make possible nowadays to read something that can be written on piece of dust
I told you yesterday about how I was looking for Miami refractive surgery on the internet and I thought i put here for posterity some of the physics lessons that impressed me during high-school. Today, I'll tell you what impressed me when I learned about the speed of light. It still fascinates me... The good old times...
Actually, the lecture about light's refraction was one of the first I truly understood and that made me love the physics and made me want to know more about the laws of nature. So I thought I will feed you a bunch of lectures about how the light travels, about refraction indices and a whole lot of things that made me like physics. Honestly, I'm writing these to live the moments again and to hold those moments for posterity.
And now for the second part about traveling Miami... I remind you that this is not a travel guide or something that you should take for granted. It's just some information that I randomly gathered to try to change my friend's opinion: "Miami refractive surgery and retirement homes". I discovered new things about the history of these places (you can check them out in the yesterday's post) and now I'll give some tips about what can you see, where can you stay, what and where to eat etc. etc.
was chatting on facebook with a friend the other day and I was trying to convince her to visit Miami and she said that Florida is for old people. I was reminding her of the beaches and all the hotspots in town and she was saying something like: "Four word for Miami refractive surgery and retirement homes". So i started digging and i found my self making almost a presentation brochure for Miami.
The second part of my Miami refractive surgery triggered insight on refractive surgery will focus on the special techniques used in this kind of procedure.
Before that, I remember when my uncle Tom from Alabama had his surgery. I was only a little girl and I don't think there were this laser procedures back then. I remember I was terrified and I had all sort of nightmares with my eyes being cut open and stuffed with all kinds of lenses and mirrors. Horrible.
I was writing a post on a blog the other day and I mentioned that I am working on a new project. I read it today and I was thinking: "speaking of Miami refractive surgery, I should make a post about the refractive surgery because a I want to know more about it". Yes, this is what I do, I write about things I don't know because this determines me to get to know the problem thoroughly before presenting it.
We all want to have beautiful eyes and what can make our eyes glow better than make-up. I'll tell (but you probably already know it) fake lashes. Some of tried it, some would never do it because it's unnatural but we all know about them and we can spot them from a mile. I don't need to get you reason why to use fake eyelashes so I'll give you several reasons not to.
Surgical devices used for a refractive surgery