Discoloured detection of sarin
"UN inspectors seeking evidence of a chemical weapons attack in Syria have now left the country. As the world awaits their official findings, scientists in France and...
Sniffing out explosives
This article is a bit technical and I didn't want to take too much space on this website by quoting all of it. If you are interested to read more about this article, you'll find it at:
I always enjoy the Munk debate.
This one, "Be it resolved, North America faces a Japan-style era of high unemployment and slow growth", is available for free on CPAC:
The following is a bit of a specialized paper, but for chemist in the CF, you might find it interesting.
PM me if you don't have access to the article but you would like to read it.
Destruction and Detection of Chemical Warfare Agents, Chem. Rev., Article ASAP, (Web): June 13, 2011...
By the way we were today in a small boat on our way to watch "le roche perce" on a stormy sea and we saw a couple of small wales. We had a blast, lots of big waves, beautiful birds, salty water and strong winds. Check it out if you pass by Perce, gaspesie, Qc.
The latest McNaughton-Vanier Round Table is not related directly to economic but could contribute to "make Canada relevant again".
Lieutenant-General Andrew Leslie had interesting points that he brought up.
If you are applying for the reserve, by going at your chosen unit, when they are open for recruiting, you can ask if you could meet a signals officer. You can also try the same at the CFRC.
From www.forces.ca/en/job/signalsofficer-79#info-1 it seems to be phys-math-computers hardcore stuff. You...
I don't have any military training, but it might be of interest for you. Particularly during watchkeeping under sleep deprivation. In (1), some example and in (2) the long explanation.
I caught a graduate student cutting a good amount of sodium soaked in oil on a paper towel. Sodium is highly flammable, and a fire caused by metal is not good. Oil is used to protect the sodium from atmospheric moisture. However, paper is a good combustible and absorb the oil...