By: Stacey A. Smith
UFO contact Are we Ready? This is an interesting question with many levels that can be considered before you really reach a conclusion. At first my mind wander to the different portrayals over the years of UFOs in movies. Will the UFOs be lovable and...
Considering the effects of ultraviolet radiation
By: James Felice
Ultraviolet Radiation and You!Ultraviolet radiation is everywhere, from the pools we swim in; to the sun that bathes us in it. After Violet light we get into the Ultraviolet, or greater than Violet, light spectrums. From the tan you receive from the sun, or...
By: Patrick Sills
The original Star Trek, which aired from 1966-1969, was and still is one of my favorite television shows of all time. Notwithstanding some corny special-effects and overacting on the part of the cast at times, this program provided our society with a positive vision of...
Factors that affect reaction time
By: Gordon D Easingwood
There are many factors that can affect human reaction time. Reaction time is the time taken between a sensory stimulus appearing or occurring and the person involved making a response. This happens constantly in every day life often subconsciously from avoiding people and objects when...
By: Paul Manalo
The reaction rate for chemical change to occur is the speed at which the chemical reactants disappear and form new products (Brady & Senese, 2009). The reaction rate can be measured by considering the amount of production of new products and the consumption of the...
By: Paul Manalo
The speed of sound is the distance travelled by a point on a sound wave per unit of time (Doshi, 2007). As people may have observed, sound travels faster in the ground than through air. This is why horseback riders can determine if there is...
By: John Traveler
Falling stars and shooting stars, while related, are actually mutually exclusive phenomena. The subtle yet distinct difference relates to the origins and velocity of the object, its visual effect when encountering Earth’s atmosphere and its ultimate disposition. In both cases, these objects begin as...
Factors that affect the speed of sound
By: Jaidev Adigopula
As a physical phenomenon, sound is a waveform propagated by the collisions of particles in the medium through which it travels. It is little wonder then that the speed of sound should depend mainly on the properties of the medium itself. Some of these properties...
Are there aliens on Earth?
By: Christyl Rivers
Are there aliens on earth right now? Have you looked in your pantry? Why not? Have you seen photos of James Carville? Or what about some of the Jersey Shore reality shows, can they be a product of earth intelligence? We have non food in...
By: Suzanne Rose
A lot of kids enjoy learning about science and the world around them. If they enjoy the field of chemistry in particular, then you can get them a gift related to this fascinating subject for Christmas of 2010. Try one of the following ideas. Chemistry...

 

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