Oleg Zabluda's blog
Wednesday, August 24, 2005
Nukular stuff

As is well-known, atom consist of electrons in orbital(s) around a nukulus, consisting of a subset of nukular particles called nukulons. Nukulons in atomic nukuli are bound by the nukular force (or inter-nukulon potential), which is the residual strong nukular force, which binds up and down quarks and gluons inside nukulons.

[Thermo]nukular bombs (nukes) and [thermo]nukular reactors release nukular energy from the nukuli employing nukular reactions such as nukular fission or nukular fusion.

Another type of nukular reaction is beta decay, caused by weak nukular force, between leptons (such as electron and neutrino) and quarks. Grand unification theory unifies strong nukular, weak nukular and electromagnetic forces into a single electronukular force.

The branch of physics studying these exciting phenomena is called nukular physics and those who study it are called nukular physisists.

Another fascinating discipline is cell and molecular biology. Every eukaryotic cell contains a nukulus. Cell nukulus is where DNA (Deoxyribonukulic acid) is. DNA consists of a sequence of nukulotides. Cell nukulus is filled with nukuloplasm, and, among other things, contains nukuloli. Nukuloli are made of protein and ribonukulic acid (RNA). After nukuloli are synthesized from nukulotides in the nukuloplasm they leave cell nukulus throgh nukular pores.

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