By: Jobie Weetaluktuk
UFOs in the Canadian ArcticSimon M. is an Inuit elder. He has lived of the land in his youth, with his team of dogs. He has been a hunter all his life. He is a jovial joker and a serious hunter. He has lived in...
First people to have been on the moon
By: Michael Ireland
Humans have landed on the moon six times and 12 men have walked on the surface. The landings occurred during the time period of 1969 to 1972. Apollo 11 was the first lunar landing in July 1969. Neil Armstrong was the first human to walk...
By: Dean L. Sinclair
The long article by Shawn Williams on this topic is very interesting with a good introduction to non-Euclidian geometry. One can, however, disagree with some of the bases of various arguments.There are definite flaws in Dr. Einstein's Relativity ideas. If they are examined closely...
By: Gary C. Gibson
A before the big bang cosmology described by recent string theorists, an expansion of only an apparent singularity, a solar heliopause that is striated and irregular...space and time may have more surprises that present theory doesn't account for. The Hubble ultra deep field reaches...
By: golden peak
If you ever have seen the science show on t.v about the findings in the deep blue sea, you would of noticed the new underwater creatures that they found. It was a show of new types of fish below the sea level where men...
By: Red Dwyer
Have you ever wished upon a falling star? You have seen a meteor."Meteor" is the scientific name for the flash of light in the sky. They appear when a meteroid enters Earth's atmosphere. The air friction causes it to glow and spreads out a...
By: Larry Smart
It was reported on February 8th, 2007 that Harvard professor Lene Hau successfully converted light into matter moved that bit of matter from one location to another at the incredibly slow speed of about 600 feet per hour, then turned that matter back into a...
By: Raphy Mendoza
Pluto: A planet or not?This diagram (left) shows that Pluto, what we thought to be the furthest planet from our Sun was actually closer to it than Neptune in the year 1989 (Circled) when the two planets' orbits intertwined.Pluto is said to be...
By: Krystle Hernandez
When a comet enters our solar system, it typically heats up drastically as it passes the sun, causing large chunks of ice to break off the tail, and rocks to break off from the comet's head. This loose debris can be contained within our solar...
By: Gary C. Gibson
Physical tensors for the sun and stars in general follow logical lines of extrapolation; yet such paradigms cannot be considered to be definitively mutually or exhaustive of all possible paradigms for the future history of our main sequence star. Speculation regarding the future history of...

 

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