By: L. Merlino
The size of the universeTo have any concept of size, one must refer to some sense of scale - or system of measurement. Systems of measurement are usually born around some convenient point of reference, as in how the measurement of one foot (12 inches)...
By: Mikhail Gambarian
I completely don't believe that solar technology is consciously delayed by oil industry supposedly afraid of competition. Why should they be afraid of competition with oil price $100? It is clear as day that they will be able to sell for high price all oil...
By: Victoria Jeffrey
There are far more moons in our solar system than we once thought and they are far more strange than the one we see orbiting our planet at night. Some planets, like our Earth have one, large moon. Others, like Mercury have none. Then there...
By: L. Merlino
Ways to identify space travelersThey move - through space. Sound a bit familiar? It should! Denizens of the animal and even vegetable and mineral kingdoms do it!So, suppose we are considering an "outer space" traveler - as in one that traverses interstellar distances? Many...
By: John B
Here is a simple analogy comparing flow of electricity to the flow of water that should help you to understand how electricity is measured.The main electricity units that often are quoted are Amperes, Volts and watts. If you can imagine electricity flowing through a...
By: Dave Stone
I think it's fair to say that energy is one of the very core properties of the universe, and as such we need to consider it in relation to the other core properties, because all things are defined in each other, not alone.The most...
By: Debra K. Carey
The modern theories of time and space are not so new. Mankind has only just recently rediscovered them. Science is just now getting around to the idea that there may be other dimensions. Yet, the Bible and other spiritual works have always contended that time...
By: Barry Williams
Americans above all other nations are led to believe that nothing is impossible. It just takes a little more time than usual to achieve. Winning World War One and Two for example were possible . It just took the Americans a little more time than usual...
By: Dave Stone
I have a problem with the infamous Twins Paradox, and I'm hoping that if I talk you through the logic of it how I see it, you might agree it makes little sense...The idea as we are given it is that if one twin...
By: Ernest Capraro
Yes, the word is a mouthful, but it also sounds a lot like another word you are probably more familiar with. No, I don't mean "Colgate". "Collective" is the word I had in mind. Better yet, the two words (colligative and collective) are very similar...

 

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