By: Buzz Saywer
I have been a bit concerned about all of the UFO abductions as of late. The more and more I hear about these kidnappings the more I realize that these abduction are usually nothing more than a glorified "booty call". I am not worried that...
By: Tezzasul
Is time a deflating balloon?Illusion!I am inspiration, an idea. I am everywhere, nowhere, always and foreverI take up no space, I have no weight, I feel no painI am all powerful, yet I am nothing.I am every storm that ever blew and...
By: Dan Blade
The age of modern chemical warfare began in Ypres, Belgium on April 22, 1915 when the German military used 150 tons of Chlorine on a 5 mile line of French Reservists. The world took notice of the terror and carnage of this attack, but it...
By: Keith Foote
In his work, 'A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism', James Maxwell wrote: Faraday, in his mind's eye, saw lines of force traversing all of space, where the mathematicians saw centers of force attracting at a distance. Faraday saw a medium where they saw nothing but...
By: Moshe ben-Avraham
The primary pragmatic obstacle to human expansion into space is unquestionably economic. The technological issues, even the issues of countering the physical stresses on the human body, CAN be overcome- if a practical motive exists to do so. In this sense, economics is not just...
By: David R. Chase
I'm a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Operations Specialist (CBRN) in the United States Army - so when I say chemicals are my job, I mean it. Most of the chemicals the Army deals with are Mop-n-Glo and Windex ("Ain't no clean like Army clean")...
By: William Grand-Bear
NUCLEAR FISSION AND FUSION EXPLAINEDI. INTRODUCTIONThe terms fission and fusion identify two types of reactions that involve the nucleus of atoms of matter. Matter consists of molecules and elements. A molecule is a chemical combination of two or more elements. For example, water is a...
By: Jennifer Claerr
Recently, on November 7, 2006, there was a UFO sighting at Chicago's O'Hare airport. Several United Airlines employees observed a saucer-shaped object which hovered over the airport, then flew through the atmosphere with such force that it left a hole in the clouds.All logical...
Could there be a Basic Particle
By: W. Diane Van Zwol
The Unknown Basic Particle: The Invisible ButterflyWhen we see a question like this, it would appear that the entire field of physics is far too broad for one to respond to this question, in any way that could be truly positive or constructive. Personally, since...
By: Saul Relative
Endless Universe: Beyond The Big Bang - Paul J. Steinhardt and Neil TurokDoubleday, 2007Book ReviewThere are some theories that are generally accepted, such as Einstein's Theory of Relativity. Then there are those that people grapple with, such as the Big Bang Theory. Why? Because some...

 

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