By: Ray Burke
Are we alone in the universe? My natural inclination is to say no, because everything in this universe comes in multiples, whether it be galaxy clusters, galaxies, stars and planets. The only singular things found so far in the universe are our habitable world and...
By: Thomas Bailey
Allow me to apologize in advance for my relative lack of scientific knowledge. Though I'm not the most knowledgeable scientist around, I do have some thoughts on the subject of time. I would submit, that on one level, time does exist, but in the larger...
By: David Furritus
"Time is an illusion - lunchtime, doubly so" - Ford Prefect, "The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy"Now, this is something that ironically has taken a lot of my time thinking about. I think that this more of a philosophical question than a physical one. But...
By: Anne Warchol
The problem with time is not whether it exists or doesn't exist. The problem with time is that we are limited by our human perceptions and beliefs. Drawn by a sparkling star, we insist on knowing where it is. We agree to use time to...
By: Markus J. Holdings
The existence of time we cannot hope to fathom normally. For 'time' does not exist. But we can at least try to understand it by looking at Time itself, what is it, what makes up Time?Why cannot we go back and change what we...
By: Ted Sherman
HUMOR, SORT OF: Baloney! Of course, time does exist. If there is no time, how could you explain the following time-consuming moments of my so-far life:1. Kicking around in that closed wet, warm and comfy space waiting to be born. Nine months seem like forever...
By: John Evans - 363696
Time is a measure of movement. If there is no movement, there can be no time. Furthermore, movement is subject to an observer fixed to a motionless point. How can we measure movement without a reference point that is not moving? This is where the...
By: Erich Rosenberger M.D.
Gold has been one of the most valuable and coveted metals for as long as man has dug it up from the earth. Not only is it strikingly beautiful in its pure form, but it also has many interesting chemical and physical properties that make...
By: Ray Burke
As a student of archaeology, this may be a strange place to write an article about cosmology, but archaeologists and cosmologists do the same thing -look into the past- just on different scales. I have always been interested in the structure and mysteries behind our...
By: Keith Foote
In 1900, Max Planck discovered light could be broken down into units of energy, called quanta, which he explained by using a model of electromagnetic waves passing through 'oscillators'. 'Planck's Constant' (h in the equation E = nhf) is used to predict the amount of...

 

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