By: Jimi Odell
My love of the work of musician Mark Oliver Everett (known to his friends as 'E') has recently opened me up to the work of his father, the physicist Hugh Everett III.Hugh, it seems, proposed the 'many worlds' theory that divided Schrodinger's Cat into...
By: Nish Laverz
What if there was other versions of ourselves doing different things from what we are doing now?What if there were parallel universes?As a keen hobby scientist I like to read books and articles on Physics including those on Parallel universe theory.A multiverse...
By: Clayton Duncan
Research The temperature of an object can essentially be described as the sensation of warmth or coldness felt with contact. However, this is only on a physical scale, as temperature is truly the measure of energy of thermal molecular motion. Once temperature reaches an absolute...
By: Nancy Houser
The first crude telescopes began our long journey to astronomy, astrology, space travel, and the solar system in the 1600s, excitedly skipping down the yellow brick road toward literally another world. Historical explorations of this world began in a world with astronomers Christiann Huygens from...
By: Ernest Capraro
By definition, water has a neutral pH, 7.0, which is neither acidic nor basic (alkaline). To make an alkaline solution in water is easy. All it takes is the addition of a base. Even a small amount will do, as any pH above 7...
By: Ernest Capraro
Hurtling around tight curves and plunging down steep hills, you might expect the physics of roller coasters to throw you for a loop. Indeed, an entire roller coaster ride is an engineering marvel, and requires a great deal of math to design especially with safety...
By: Steve Dupere - 355538
As a preface to this particular article I deem it necessary to point out that in light of the fact that mine as well as every theory derived is indeed based upon nothing more than primary supposition with but a smattering of factual basis and...
Is time travel possible?
By: Steven Mars
Time travel is possible. The speed of light is as fast as is possible. The speed of light has been calculated to be 186,282 miles per second, or, in meters 300,000,000 meters per second. Devising a method of going faster than the...
By: Arthur Card
Could the local water works be harnessed to fuel your car? Scientists think they just may. Researchers at Sandia National Labs intend to complete development of a prototype solar cell that will convert plain water into combustible fuel! They have already demonstrated concept feasibility. Such...
By: Larry Swinford
What happens when a star gets too massive for the energy it contains? Those are the principle figures that brought some people to wonder what happens next.Picture a nice hot and humid day. Hot air rises, and hot humid air does as well. But...

 

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