Introduction to universal gravitation
By: Steve Bain
Gravity is the force that holds our solar system together. Without it, planets would simply float off into space, remaining un-deviated until they collide with another body. The detailed study of gravity began with Galileo, who was the first to notice that all objects, regardless...
Radiation through a vacuum
By: Author Name Withheld 243
Aren't you curious about how heat spreads? Did you think about what exactly happened when you touched something hot? Heat transfer is separated into three sections. Heat can be transferred from a warmer to cooler object by conduction, convection, and radiation. Each of the various...
Lhc Black Holes Destroying Earth
By: Joe Mccane
LHC Black Hole Fears Are Evaporating Weather or not the LHC(Large Hadron Collider) will destroy earth has been a world wide fear, and it is mostly the fear of the unknown. The fear comes from the possibility of the collisions making a black holes, which...
By: Virginia Gaces
Clinical Chemistry is one major section of the laboratory where substances in blood are tested and made use of as a tool in diagnosing diseases. Substance tested include various blood constituents, the most common of which are: glucose, creatinine, blood urea nitrogen, proteins, electrolytes, the...
By: Cody Hodge
When it comes to the UFO debate, there are some that believe that the US military is covering up the evidence that aliens have visited us. If it was true that aliens had visited the Earth, and the US military was covering it up, I...
A look at black holes
By: Tom Jones - 496841
Black Holes<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />Black holes are formed by supernovas, which are huge stars blowing up. (Imagine a bomb blowing up. Then imagine something five octillion time bigger-5,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 times bigger-That is...
Alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC): A simple explanation
By: Steve Bain
The difference between alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) is really as simple as their titles suggest. Direct current is steady and flows in one direction (hence, it flows directly) while alternating current rises and falls as it continually changes direction (hence, it alternates)...
Can Molecules be Changed to Atoms
By: Ernest Capraro
Given that we break molecules down to atoms on a regular basis, the correct answer can only be along the lines of "Ya, sure, you-betcha."A molecule is a group of atoms held together by bonds. There is nothing physical to a bond, it is...
The elementary particles
By: Harry Stevens
The elementary particles are the particles that make up everything that we know and understand about our world and our universe. The majority of the particles that we know of are described by a wonderful masterpiece called the Standard Model. This model describes all of...
The Archimedes legend: 'Eureka! - I have found it!'
By: Mishra Planeswalker
Archimedes' name is forever embedded in the history of scientific discovery. His various contribution to the fields of both science and advanced mathematics have made his name renowned as a pioneer of modern science. The most famous tale of Archimedes is, without a doubt, the...

 

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