Jupiter: largest planet in the solar system
By: Steven Mars
Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. It was named after the Roman chief god Jupiter. Its diameter of 88,846 miles is 13,948 miles larger than Saturn's 74,898 mile diameter. Jupiter’s diameter is larger than Earth’s diameter of...
Understanding Time
By: Daniel Silvernail
To adress the question of time we must approach it from a perspective external to our physical reality. Our physical reality exists within defined limits of perception that are contained within the five senses that allow us to perceive time as a function. With those...
UFOs: A scientific point of view
By: Joel Kontinen
Have you seen any flying saucers lately? Many people think they have. Even now, reports of mysterious sightings are circulating in the press and on Internet forums.The modern UFO boom began in June 1947 when a businessman named Kenneth Arnold reported that while piloting...
By: John Devera
Time travel is not only possible, it is commonplace. We are all travelers in time at the speed of exactly one second per second. Of course, we can only travel in one direction, but that is the way it should be. Time travel in another...
Is Time Relative
By: J.C. Vogen
On a clear night you may find yourself gazing upwards, admiring the beauty of all the small specks of light which are strewn across the sky. Imagine that on this night, the moon is fully visible and captures your attention. As you are gazing upon...
Time Travel it is both possible and Impossible the Point of View Makes the Difference
By: Andrei B
Time travel has been puzzling the human mind for ages. You can find hints and related concepts in writings and stories as far back in time as the Indian Mahabharata and the Greek myth of Oedipus. One could say that it is as old as...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: Daniel Silvernail
Time travel is such an awe inspiring aspect of our imaginations that we can't help but ask the question, Is it possible? The achievements of man in the twentieth century might lead man to believe that anything that we set our minds to is possible...
Astronomy and space basics
By: Jim Hedstrom
Astronomy should never be confused with astrology. Astronomy (law of the stars), is the scientific study of celestial objects. Astrology is the belief system which claims that human affairs are correlated with the positions of celestial objects.In early times, astronomy was based on the...
How to color fire
By: Amy Jo Browne
Colored flames in a campfire are a neat way to bring some laughter. Make these with common household substances and a piece of duct tape. You can get a single packet of this material from Wal-Mart for about 5 bucks. I am not responsible for...
By: Ernest Capraro
Diffusion is a random (chaotic) process that leads to the uniform distribution of free-moving particles. The term is most commonly encountered in chemistry and biology, but it plays an important role in everyone's daily lives. In general, diffusion can be thought of as the process...

 

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