By: Amelia Tibbett
So, you want to buy a telescope but you really aren't sure what you need. That can be a scary situation for someone in your shoes. One quick search on the Internet and you'll soon find out that there are literally hundreds of options out...
By: Catherine M
Chemistry is a subject that can and should be fun. Here is a selection of recently published books that kids will learn from and enjoy too. 1. Cool Chemistry Concoctions: 50 Formulas that Fizz, Foam, Splatter & Ooze by Joe Rhatigan and Veronika Gunter (2007)A...
By: Jonte Rhodes
In my opinion traveling to mars is at the present time to dangerous and unnecessary to attempt until at least we have better, more advanced technology that takes away some of the massive risks we would face if we were to undertake such a mission...
By: Lesley Rigg
Ever wish they'd had some of these great toys around when we were kids? There are so many great and inventive chemistry ideas around now that I struggle to know where to start!I do a lot of my shopping through a catalogue called Brightminds...
By: Ray Mickol
What do you get for your stargazer? Chances are they have enough hardware and star charts. How about some reading for those nights when the cloud cover keeps them in the house. Here are just a few titles that came out in the past year...
By: Kallie Szczepanski
If you know a beginning astronomer, either a child or an adult, why not help them delve into their new hobby with an astronomy book for Christmas?The most useful kind of astronomy book for newcomers of all ages is a viewing guide. Some excellent...
By: Kallie Szczepanski
Do you know someone who would like to take up astronomy? Why not get them a telescope this Christmas? Before you whip out the credit card, though, you'll need to familiarize yourself with the various types and sizes of telescopes used for different kinds of...
By: Kallie Szczepanski
Most advanced astronomers already have star-gazing guides on their bookshelves. Furthermore, they know the sky like the back of their hand! So, what kinds of books make appropriate gifts for the advanced amateur astronomer? Here are some suggestions."Video Astronomy, Revised Edition" by Steve Massey...
By: Kallie Szczepanski
Do you have an avid astronomer in your life? If your spouse, sibling, parent, or dear friend loves star-gazing, (and you have the funds to pay for it), an astronomy-themed vacation is one gift they will never forget!City lights and air pollution are the...
Could there be a Basic Particle
By: Gary C. Gibson
Einstein won the Nobel prize in 1921 for his work on solving the photoelectric effect with the speculation that light had a quanta characteristic or definition of amount and frequency that are characteristic of a particle. Light seemed to have a wave-particle duality and there...

 

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