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Time Travel vs. Wormhole: Which is more plausible?

One of the most intriguing concepts in modern physics and all time favorite of science fiction producers time travel has gained widespread popularity. Time travel, as the name suggests, is about traveling through time and considering time as the fourth dimension. If assumed to be possible with the help of a stargate or some sort of time machine one can use to travel... read more »
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Electric Heater vs. Ceramic Heaters vs. Oil Filled Radiant...

Heaters are home appliances designed to provide warmth in a specified space in the home. Some may cover larger areas such as dining rooms, family rooms or bedrooms, while others adapt very well and can warm your kitchen or basement areas. Whenever you plan on purchasing a heater, you should carefully read the handling instructions and ask the salesperson about... read more »
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Intense Debate vs. Disqus

Comment systems are essential components of any blog, and systems such as Intense Debate and Disqus have become indispensable to a growing number of bloggers on the Internet. With the need to "follow" other users having become an increasingly important concern, these tools provide a much-needed service to the blogging community as you will see in this comparison article.... read more »
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Realism vs. Naturalism

Realism is a form of writing that attempts to tell a story without coloring the topic with emotions. Truthful writing is what separates realism from other types of writing such as the romantic type of writing that was prevalent before the Civil War. Naturalism is a form of writing that is based on realism. One of the main distinctions is that naturalism is the way of... read more »
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ECG vs. EEG vs. EKG

ECG, EEG and EKG are acronyms often associated with diagnostics in a medical setting, particularly when there is a need to evaluate the function of the two vital organs that sustain and stabilize a living human being the heart and the brain. ECG stands for Electrocardiography (cardio- means heart) and EEG is an acronym to mean Electroencephalography (encephalo- means... read more »
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