By: Carrie Eckles
Nebulas (or nebulae) are some of the most exquisite phenomena in space. While the pictures Hubble beams down of them may seem like some sort of astronomical artwork, there's a science behind them. Facts about Nebulas 1. Nebulas are a mixture of the gasses hydrogen...
Getting to Mars
By: Anthony Megna
In the not too distant future, people will be living and working on the red planet Mars! It's not going to happen tomorrow, but people should be allowed to live on Mars. One way or another, it will happen. Just six hundred years ago, Europeans...
By: Alison Bowler
Halogen is the name given to an element belonging to Group 17 of the periodic table. Older textbooks in the USA may refer to this Group as VIIA, while European texts may use VIIB. Group 17 is the terminology used by the International Union for...
Is time travel possible?
By: Rick Badman
There is too much evidence, both tangible and anecdotal, that time travel is possible. There are different forms of time travel that allow people to either interact with people and things or just be observers. Take for instance the subject of UFOs. The movie "Flight...
Factors to consider in man's desire to explore outer space
By: Rick Badman
The Age of Obama could kill future space exploration and discovery by tying government funds to programs that will bankrupt the nation. That is why he must be stopped and people with more vision for the future must come to power. I could be one...
By: Raven Lebeau
A candle consists of wax, which is a hydrocarbon, just like gasoline, and a wick, made from a combustible fiber such as cotton. This simple, two-component system makes it possible to have a controlled combustion that proceeds just rapidly enough to produce a small amount...
The ideal gas law
By: TheBlogger
The ideal gas law is on of the easier concepts of chemistry to understand and which can be applied directly to student's lives, and this is why many students get interested in ideal gas law rather than stoichiometry of solid elements. The law is introduced...
By: Henning Laursen
The time traveler! You can travel to the future, but not the past.For a time traveler to go back in time, "like watching a movie in reverse" he will realize that it is not only him going back in time, everything there exist in...
By: Desmond Birch
An atom consists of protons which hold a positive charge and electrons which hold a negative charge. If an electron is removed from an atom or molecule (a collection of atoms bound together), the resulting ion would hold a positive charge. Likewise, if a proton...
Possible societal effects of a SETI success
By: Perry McCarney
WE ARE NOT ALONE! This is the least information we would derive from a SETI (Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence) success, yet the most profound. Likely to rock our society to its very core and possibly fracture it into opposed camps that would violently clash...

 

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