Mysteries of Science



Dr. Gilleo
Mysteries of Science are written by Dr. Ken Gilleo. Dr. Gilleo is a chemist, inventor and general problem solver. Ken has been tracking industrial forensics and collecting case histories for decades.
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Resistor Values off the Mark
Resistor Values off the Mark
Suddenly values for screened resistors on ceramic circuits were way too high. What caused the sudden high values?
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The Technician with the Hot Pockets
The Technician with the Hot Pockets
A technician at a powder coating plant suddenly ran for the fire extinguisher. He shoved the nozzle in his pocket and pulled the trigger. Why?
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Mysterious Flickering Lights
Mysterious Flickering Lights
Main Street's neon lights would flicker off and on but always after midnight. What was causing these mystery lights to go on and off?
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The Overheated Professor
The Overheated Professor
A professor was having hot flashes. Was it a medical condition or something else? Could his students be involved?
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Cyanide Leak and Sleepy Chemists
Cyanide Leak and Sleepy Chemists
Chemists were found on the floor of a boxcar while unloading drums of sodium cyanide. What happened to the chemists, were they poisoned?
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