Black holes in Space
By: Michal Dorcak
Space is full of exotic objects. Many of them provide inspiration to artists or bring fear into hearts of most human beings. Black holes are indeed one of these objects. However, is black hole really an object? What is a black hole? If it is...
Where UFOs come from
By: Jim Wood
UFO Travel TunesWe have been living in the midst of a pronounced invasion of the so-called UFO's and we don't appear to have gleaned a clue from the experience. I find that last fact to be more astonishing than the presence of the UFO's. Part...
Black holes in Space
By: Jerry Hodge
Black Holes are truly amazing objects. They were first postulated by Albert Einstien as objects of infinite density. In laymens terms this means that the atoms cannot be squeezed together any further. Density of any object is basically determined by how close the atoms and...
By: Maurice Sassoon
Pythagoras was a Greek philosopher who lived about 2,500 years ago. He worked in the fields of music and geometry. He also began a religious societry and wrote a general account of the world. His expertise was in the fields of mathametics and astronomy...
Space exploration in the future
By: Roberto Alvarez-Galloso
The month of October in the year 2008 marked a new milestone in space exploration. The People's Republic of China launched Shenzhou 7 with the purpose of organizing a spacewalk. The historical occasion marked the beginning of the end for the monopoly of space by...
UFOs: A scientific point of view
By: Richard Serra
Although I'm not a scientist, it doesn't take one to understand that by numbers alone, the possibility for alien life outside our galaxy or even in our own galaxy, life most likely exists, and the sightings we all hear about can very well be the...
Factors to consider in man's desire to explore outer space
By: David Brown - 226423
"Space, the Final Frontier...." says Captain James T. Kirk of the U.S.S. Enterprise (NCC-1701) as the opening of the famous Star Trek Series of the 1960s. What is interesting here is that man has had a desire to understand and to explore...
Space exploration in the future
By: Anthony Megna
The great excitement of the 1960's space program is just a fond memory now. Recently, the fortieth anniversary of the moon landing came and went, and what have we accomplished since? Sure, robotic missions are great scientific tools, and traveling beyond our solar system is...
Is Time Real or Relative
By: Edgar Solorio
Is time real or relative, in my strongest opinion and judgement on this question, I truly believe time is relative. It is purely made up to organize what we perceive time to be into units all of us can understand and use. For example a...
Bernoulli's principle of lift
By: Cassie Escriture
Birds use it. Bees use it. Boeing 747s use it. First devised by Daniel Bernoulli in 1732, the Bernoulli Principle would not be applied to flight for centuries, though it would become integral to understanding the force of lift and how things fly. Bernoulli, a...

 

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