Biography: Albert Einstein
By: Samrat Man Singh
Albert Einstein is a renowned name not only among physicists and scientists but to the whole world. He was and is known as a genius.Einstein was a simple man. He was born on Friday March 14, 1879. In school days, his teachers and friends...
Space exploration in the future
By: Samrat Man Singh
The area outside the Earth's atmosphere is known as space. It is in space that all planets stars, nebula and other heavenly bodies exist. Human beings, curious in nature are by instinct obliged to explore, to know any unknown. In this urge to explore and...
Does the Large Hadron Collider have the Potential to Destroy Earth
By: Edgar Craven
Let's try to answer this in plain and simple fashions. The above question, "does LHC have the potentiality to destroy earth?" - I can only assume that this question is posted in a direct line of thought that was really based as: "Can LHC...
By: Tarek Musslimani
Soap as well known is used for cleaning. There are liquid as well as solid forms of soap. However both forms have the same principle of action. All compounds and materials that are available synthetically or naturally can be divided into two chemical characteristics. These...
By: Tarek Musslimani
In this small article, I would like to debate the current belief on the origin of life, the big bang. This belief was constructed after the discovery that our universe is expanding. This discovery was achieved by an american scientist who's name is Habel. There...
By: Tarek Musslimani
Water is the major part of our body. It is found inside cells as well as outside the cells, and in the plasma of blood. Intracellular water amounts approximately two thirds while the rest are found in the extracellular space, which is composed of two...
Understanding pink noise
By: Dhanis Andyanto
What is noise ? The simple meaning, noise is unwanted sound. Let's talk about noise in electrical meaning. The term noise stems from the perception a person has when electrical jitter effects in the audio frequency range are amplified sufficiently and then are passed to a...
Space exploration in the future
By: Morgan Carlson
Space exploration in the future will be built upon the discovery of today. With a map of territorial space drawn by mankind's robotic explorers that have been working diligently in the form of space probes and planetary rovers, humanity will follow with confidence in...
UFOs: A decade of contact
By: Charles Evans - 105992
The last two weeks of my life have been very turbulent to say the least. Patience is a virtue. I feel that fate and destiny are somehow connected in the big picture of reality. What is reality? The events that led up to this moment...
Large Hadron Collider
By: JoAnne Windsinger
On September 10, 2008 a full-scale test of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), sent two beams of subatomic particles called hadrons crashing against each other from opposite directions. Within 24 hours an unprecedented four major earthquakes struck around the world affecting Japan, Indonesia, Iran, and...

 

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