57 alien species: Are we alone in the universe?
By: Niels
When Director Oliver Stone released the film 'JFK' he brought to the mainstream, the grassroots Conspiracy Theory, which stated that Government agents have covered up the truth about who murdered the presedent. Now, army sergeant Clifford Stone, as part of the on-going Disclosure Project, brings...
The secret of the EPR experiment
By: Dave Nocera
Scientific American turned down my original article, so I posted it to Helium as the first article in the section under the title: "How to Create a Faster than Light Communications System between Earth and Mars". Helium later changed the title of this section to:...
57 alien species: Are we alone in the universe?
By: Maria C Collins
The universal question "Are we alone?" should be replaced with the question, "Have they made contact with us yet?" It would be extremely arrogant of humans to assume that we are the only intelligent life in the Universe, but then we are an...
Why we have the periodic table
By: Robert Spillman
The Periodic table is to chemistry what the Bible and Koran are to religion and the Constitution to America. Its existence is a testament to the beauty of thought and inquiry, for in one document there is both tremendous information and inspiration to those who...
57 alien species: Are we alone in the universe?
By: Jeff Parsons
In 2001, the Disclosure Project revealed a long history of shadow operations regarding the activities of 57 different alien species. The Project's evidence was presented in the form of corroborating official documentation and the testimonies of Army Sergeant Clifford Stone and other highly credible witnesses...
By: Alison Bowler
Xenon Symbol: Xe Atomic Number: 54 Atomic Mass: 131.29 amu (atomic mass units) Melting Point: minus 111.9 C (161.25 K, minus 169.42 F) Boiling Point: minus 108.1 C (165.05 K, minus 162.58 F) Number of Protons: 54 Number...
Is the Standard Model the best Model of our Physical World
By: Christopher Battle
The Standard Model is the best model so far for characterizing the fundamental constituents of our physical world, with the following caveats:- It is admittedly incomplete, as it does not contain gravity. Thus it alone can't fully describe our physical world.- In its current...
By: Alison Bowler
Germanium Symbol: Ge Atomic Number: 32 Atomic Mass: 72.61 amu (atomic mass units) Melting Point: 937.4°C (1210.55 K, 1719.3201°F) Boiling Point: 2830.0°C (3103.15 K, 5126.0°F) Number of Protons: 32 Number of Electrons: 32 Number...
By: Alison Bowler
Ununoctium Symbol: Uuo Atomic Number: 118 Atomic Mass: presumptive 294 amu (atomic mass units) Melting Point: Unknown Boiling Point: Unknown Number of Protons: 118 Number of Electrons: 118 Number of Neutrons: 176 Classification: Noble Gas Crystal Structure: Unknown Density @ 293 K: Unknown Color: Unknown...
CERN: An overview
By: Dr. Michael Smith
The recent inaugural start of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has once again raised issues of the public's perceptions of science and technology and the purpose of either as an integral part of our society. News broadcasts led with the story of the possibility of...

 

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