《南極的故事》What's New in Science 科學新發現
《南極的故事》_沙利文著_今日世界社出版 1976, 4th
White land of adventure; the story of the Antarctic
|Description||New York, Whittlesey House 
224 p. illus. 21 cm.
An abridged ed. of the author's Quest for a continent.
書名 What's New in Science
Worthwhile Sterling paperbacks第 807 卷
作者 Fred Reinfeld
出版者 Sterling Publishing Company, 1960
頁數 204 頁
n an extremely compact text, this book embraces nine areas of science: electronics, surface travel, medicine and mental health, sound and light, space, atomics, television, meteorology, and oceanography.. It deals with new developments in these fields and experiments which indicate new trends.
Fred Reinfeld was one of the most prolific authors in history, having written or ..... New York, 1964); What's New in Science (Sterling, New York, 1960); Young ...
科學新發現 香港:今日世界 1963
Mohole, Project, program proposed in 1957 to drill a hole down to the boundary between the crust and the mantle, known as the Mohorovičić discontinuity at about 4 to 43 mi (7 to 70 km) below the earth's surface. Initiated by the American Miscellaneous Society, a loose organization of scientists, the main purposes of the project were to determine the nature of this boundary and to attempt to fill gaps in the geologic record from samples of the rocks encountered. The technology of such a project, however, was beyond the state of drilling technology at that time. Groups such as the National Science Foundation and the National Academy of Science eventually backed phase 1, in which five holes were drilled off the coast of Mexico, the most successful entering 601 ft (183 m) into the ocean floor under 2.2 mi (3.5 km) of water. The project was abandoned by 1966, as funding to support the ever-increasing costs of the project failed to gain congressional approval. Nevertheless, ship positioning and design, along with deepwater drilling technology developed for Project Mohole, were employed in the Deep Sea Drilling Project and future drilling projects.
Wikipedia 更詳細Project Mohole.
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Sounds below human's lowest audible frequency of 20Hz are known as Infrasound.