By: MD Lynn
Fake blood costs a small fortune for the good stuff when you buy it in the squeezable tubes at the store. While you can buy Halloween fake blood for cheaper, it tends to be thin and watery and it won't last the night. If you're...
Facts about the Sun
By: Megan Worley
The star that serves as our sun is nearly 4.6 billion years old and consists of extremely hot plasma. The sun's mass is more than every planet in our solar system put together and can generates enormous amounts of energy through nuclear reactions.The...
By: John K. Wilson
Is time travel possible? Well, we are all traveling into the future every moment of every day, however, traveling backward in time is not physically possible. Simply stated; once something has occurred in a particular point in space and time, it cannot be revisited for...
NASA to fly unmanned spy plane for science
By: Nayab Sh
NASA finally decided that Global Hawk will conduct its first earth science mission in June. On Thursday, 15 Jan 2009 NASA and Northrop Grumman unveiled two global hawks at Edward Air Force Base, California. Global Hawk is a version of Air Force's top-of-the-line unmanned spy...
By: John Flower
How Do Telescopes Work - Making a Telescope Purchase Before you make your purchase of a telescope, there are several factors you must take into consideration. One of these is the technical aspects of the telescope. When you walk into a store to inquire about...
Space exploration in the future
By: Steven Lambert
Time Travel and space> Is it possible? Science had agreed on paper that it might be possible. As yet no one has committed any serious study to this as it could be the graveyard of their careers. More to the point it is not driven...
What are ions?
By: Jeffrey Graf
An ion is an atom or molecule that has an electrical charge. When an atom or molecule loses an electron, it gains a positive charge, and when a chemical gains an electron, it gains a negative charge. Ions are usually designated by their chemical name...
How airplanes fly
By: Mark Bukovich
The sight of a sixty thousand pound hunk of metal rising into the air and jetting off over the horizon is indeed inspiring, almost magical. It is even more impressive to see a giant Boeing 747 take off or land in a high crosswind strafing...
By: Lime Red Tetrahedron
Origins and Use of the Kelvin Temperature ScaleHumankind is constantly seeking to improve its understanding of the fundamental properties of nature. As a result of this curiosity, mankind has devised numerous methods of taking quantitative measurements. As the years passed, we abandoned many of these...
Why and how absolute zero is -273.15 Celsius
By: Lime violet icosahedron
Like all of my predecessors have mentioned, I feel a need to point out that absolute zero is in fact -273.15 degrees Celsius, -459.67 degrees Fahrenheit, or zero degrees Kelvin. It is the theoretical temperature which matter ceases to move and all energy...

 

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