By: Gary C. Gibson
The Universe is a continuum. The beginning isn't really a beginning. It is a state in the expansion of the Universe that is very small that presently is called a beginning or ow the universe formed'. The singularity before the big bang at best guess...
By: Robert D. Twitchell
The question should not so much be whether SETI is a good idea but whether most people even care and considering the possible global consequences it may not even be advisable. Apart from the vast scientific community, individuals with an interest in science, and those...
By: Gary C. Gibson
One would like to think that the age of the Earth times 3.14 times the speed of light would give the size of the Universe with time representing distance-if only it were that simple!It has been speculated that in black holes at the...
By: Steve Holder
WHYHow and why would anyone come up with the idea that an enormous explosion created the universe billions of years ago?The competing idea that the universe has existed forever, while still somewhat unfathomable, is at least simpler and more understandable. So why would someone...
By: Ford Prefect
It both amuses and exasperates me to hear people say that the universe is limitless and infinite. Where do people get such a notion from, I haven't the slightest idea. There is no evidence to support this belief, but there is much evidence to support...
By: Ford Prefect
I would like to take a different spin on this subject. If we wish to talk about the "possibility" of other "intelligent life" in this universe, sure, it is possible. There is no need to debate on or discuss the "possibility" of something existing or...
By: Rich M Wilson
A Simple Model On The Creation Of The UniverseMy model on the creation of the universe is very simplistic. The universe appears to be made of three things: matter, space, and time. In my simple view, in order to have matter, there must be space...
By: Jenny Corvette
When Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz of Switzerland discovered a planet orbiting the star 51 Pegasi in 1995, many skeptics probably shook their heads in disbelief. But when the planet's existence was confirmed by Geoff Marcy and Paul Butler later that year, there was...
By: Melody Clearwater
Of all the planets of our solar system, Mercury remains the most mysterious of the nine due to little space exploration, with only one satellite has ever flown by it. However, knowledge of this planet has greatly increased since the time of the ancient Romans...
By: Robert D. Twitchell
Is it necessary for man to go to Mars? Probably not. Is it desirable? From a scientific standpoint-yes. While these are interesting questions a better question would be, "Is it practical to send a manned mission to Mars?" The answer to that question is...

 

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