Determining whether it's necessary for man to go to Mars
By: James Davison
Man vs. Mars. Against going: Argument 1: It's too dangerous. Oops . . . this should be in the OPPOSITE category. Dangerous stuff is positively catnip for humans. The whole cost of the expedition could be recapitalized as a reality show. Ten minutes of you-tube or cable television...
Is there a Basic Particle in Physics
By: John Cowley
In order to fully understand the writer's ideas about the existence of a basic particle, it will be necessary to begin by examining the nature of the quantum mechanical wave function. The writer suggests that the default state of a quantum mechanical wave when reduced...
By: Ernest Capraro
Probably no other chemical has found its way onto so many T-shirts as caffeine. (Water might be a close second.) Even people who have never touched a chemistry book are familiar with this molecule, primarily because they love to drink caffeinated beverages. Caffeine's best-known...
An overview about the chemical element Plutonium
By: John Traveler
Plutonium is one of the most exotic substances known to man. In fact, there is much about this elements properties which remains poorly understood at best, and some behaviors exhibited by it that are barely understood at all. One reason for this is the fact...
By: Ernest Capraro
There are certainly easier pursuits out there, but it is indeed possible to make crystals using rocks as your starting material. We simply have to use chemical and physical approaches that somehow lead to crystal formation. Nature provides most crystals through one of two processes...
Quantum entanglement in relation to computers
By: Pamela Olson
Teleportation Via Quantum Mechanics' Entanglement. Since 1997, teleportation of the state of a quantum system has been successfully and repeatedly possible. Today it is being increasingly considered in cryptography and computing. The feasible idea of teleportation started in the 1980's with William Wootters and W...
Teleportation: Real vs. not real
By: Pamela Olson
Teleportation Via Quantum Mechanics' Entanglement. Is teleportation real?Since 1997, teleportation of the state of a quantum system has been successfully and repeatedly possible. Today it is being increasingly considered in cryptography and computing. The feasible idea of teleportation started in the 1980's with William...
Uncertainty Principle Quantum Mechanics Time Time Travel Einstein Heisenberg
By: John Traveler
Of all the attributes which define the universe we find ourselves in, time presents us with the most perplexing of issues. Some will suggest that time does not exists while others propose that it is a medium that can be exploited for voyage into time...
Book reviews: A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to the Black Holes, by Stephen Hawking
By: Desmond Calhoun
The theory of everyting(god theory of everything)by desmond calhoun ()live in canton ohio d theroy of everthing.Every o perceptive a string in space is or=a micro black hole.THis micro black holes tranport energy/partical waves through these black holes from the past to the...
By: Ernest Capraro
Acid-Base indicators provide a quick, visual reference. They show (indicate) by color whether a material is acidic (less than pH 7) or basic (greater than pH 7). An acid-base indicator does not tell you how acidic or basic a solution is, only which. This limits...

 

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