By: Tyler Pickrell
Everybody knows the solar system and how many planets there are. Just about nine which is what makes up the solar system. Now imagine your in a spaceship going the speed of light which is about186,000 mi/sec. Our starting line is the sun the...
By: R.A. Scott
An ancient astronaut usually refers to alien beings that came to earth to in some way seed the human population. Although there is something to be said for the thought that ancient astronauts has to do with some cavemen finding their way into space.There...
By: Melanie Grimes
Did aliens inhabit orvisit the earth?Some people believe that they did, and believe that they left a trace.In Africa, Europe, South America and western Asia, archeology finds temple built to worship mysterious gods who claimed alien origin. The Babylonians spoke of their civilization...
By: Malin Cheney
We all know the story. In July 1947 something crashed in the New Mexico desert outside the town of Roswell. The Army Air Forces went out to investigate the incident. The 509th Bomb Group, the first nuclear bomber group in the world and the very...
By: John Devera
There is no real evidence of a Martian civilization. But that doesn't meant that there ISN'T one yet to be discovered. There are three things to consider when examining this topic: 1) Was life on Mars at one time possible? 2) Is there any evidence...
By: Samuel Jones
Published by NASA in the 1970's, the Brookins report contains guidelines for SETI and other agencies regarding the discovery alien civilizations. The report judged that worldwide chaos would result from the disclosure of alien artifacts, archeology and contemporary visitation.It can therefore be seen that...
By: Douglas Black
It has long been considered among several disciplines of science and non-conventional fields of study, that humanity has either been directly influenced by unearthly visitors, or has some genetic lineage that supports an alternate evolutionary origin. These theories challenge both religious and conventional science, but...
By: JoAnne Windsinger
For time immemorial, when men or women gazed up into the heavens, they wondered if we are alone, if anyone or anything lived anywhere else.Near the end of the 19th century, a time of great scientific curiosity, astronomers aimed their telescopes toward the red...
By: Kary Wright
There are three axes about which an aircraft can rotate in flight, and therefore it is necessary to have corresponding control surfaces to retain control of the aircraft. An axis is a straight line around which a geometrical figure, in this case an aircraft, can...
By: Eve Redstone
Daniel Bernoulli, a Swiss scientist working in the eighteenth century, described the phenomenon of a fluid exerting less pressure as it moves more quickly. He published his findings in "Hydrodynamica" in 1738, but not in a very clear form. His friend, the German mathematician Euler...

 

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