Who discovered the Crab Nebula?
By: John Hewitt - 510028
"In the first period Chih-Ho, the fifth moon, the day chi-ch'ou, a guest star appeared. After more than a year it became invisible". So wrote an ancient Chinese observer on the fourth of July, 1054. This guest star was seen not far from the moon...
By: David Dunford
This is concerning the article that was taken about the UFO that I photographed. The expert claimed it was a bird. That expert was Mr. Davenport, who was the first person I sent the pics I took to. When I sent the pics to him...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: Erik Setser
As is common knowledge, Einstein's theory of relativity states that the flow of time is not absolute. The rate is inversely proportionate to velocity. That is, as velocity increases, the rate of time decreases. Furthermore, a series of tests of scientific rigor, the most archaic...
A scientific look at the 2012 Mayan doomsday prophecy
By: Gerard Le Flamand
The inevitable event of the polar shift and the stoppage of the Earth from spinning, calls for preparation in the long and short term. Let's talk about what to do when it happens and shortly thereafter. The definition of a "safe place" will be discussed...
Who discovered the Crab Nebula?
By: Irma Briggs
John Bevis: The Discovery of the Crab Nebula and the Danger of Falling Stars John Bevis (November 10, 1675-November 6, 1771), an amateur astronomer, was a physician who discovered the Crab Nebula in 1731. A nebula is formed as a result of a supernova explosion...
By: Sally Morem
Process rules our universe. The Big Bang brings forth energy, matter, space and time. Quarks form subatomic particles, which in turn form atoms. Atoms bind themselves together into molecules. Molecules assemble themselves into crystals and living matter, which form complex relationships with one another. French...
By: Charles Ray
The Crab Nebula is a child with many fathers. It is the remnant of a stellar explosion, a supernova, in the constellation of Taurus. A supernova is At a distance of some 6,500 light years from earth, this 11 light year diameter stellar...
Antimatter: the basics
By: Dean L. Sinclair
0N THE MATTER OF ANTI-MATTER, What is hidden where? The writer, noting a "Hidden-half-of-existence" below a radius of 4.7 x 10^-19 cm., and the possible creation of alternate universes resolves the 'lost anti-matter problem of our universe " to his own satisfaction. Re: Matter...
By: Joan Inong
The Milky Way Galaxy is a spiral galaxy whose arms are literally full of life. The arms of our Galaxy are the locations in which new stars are formed. The life stages of a star, however, are what categorizes stars. Protostars are not exactly...
By: Joan Inong
Stars are one of the most amazing and awe-inspiring objects in the universe. Stars are living things, and, like all living things, when stars die they contribute to the birth and growth of other things, namely other stars. There are several types of stars...

 

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