By: Ken Parelius
Gamma rays are constantly pummeling Earth with extremely high energies. Luckily, our atmosphere stops almost all of this damaging radiation. Gamma rays were discovered by French Physicist Paul Villard in 1900 while doing research on radiation emitted from the element Radium. They weren't formally...
Safety precautions for chemistry experiments
By: Shane Wyatt
Like most things in life, being safe while handling chemicals really boils down to common sense. A little planning and some basic precautions can keep accidents from becoming catastrophes. Safety precautions used should be designed around the most dangerous chemical to be handled. For example...
Where UFOs come from
By: Irrira Rikki
Any who have been standing outside, anywhere on earth, who have reputedly reported seeing UFOs would have no choice but to say they came from the sky. These objects, and lights, have just appeared as if slipping into earth's zone we call our sky, without...
Exploring the theory that time does not exist
By: Anthony Cappello
In my opinion, time is not a fixed construct. From each different perspective, time can seem to slowly advance or advance so quickly that one may say "time flew by today". And even if time seems to creep by slowly, when one thinks of the...
By: Bonnie Lippard
TWINKLE, TWINKLE LITTLE STAR Twinkle, twinkle little star. How I wonder what you are... Have you ever wondered why stars twinkle? Do you gaze into the night sky and think, "How small are those stars"? Have you stared into space, wondering what is out there...
Do time machines really exist?
By: Irrira Rikki
Time Machines do exist. When nights light up the Star Machines of Cosmic Time, we become just a number, that if we kept adding zeros to the 1, we would run out of space. Time out there is Infinite. We ourselves are human Time Machines...
Planet facts: Uranus
By: Rose Jenkins
Uranus appears to be a blue-green disk when viewed at through a large telescope. With the naked eye, it appears to look like a star in the sky. In pictures it looks like a large, light blue ball. Uranus is the farthest planet that can...
By: Alison Bowler
The Noble Gases form Group 18 of the Periodic Table of elements. Older American textbooks call this group VIIIA while in the older European convention it was group VIIIB or group 0. Group 18 is the preferred International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC)...
By: Carrie Eckles
Stars are extremely massive balls of gas in space held together by their own gravity, and are classified according to spectral analysis. Spectral classification is determined by observing stars and categorizing them based on how their light is perceived (the perception of light waves determines...
Extraterrestrial life: Fact or fiction
By: Irrira Rikki
Is Extraterrestrial life Fact or Fiction ? You be the judge even if you have never witnessed. There is too much evidence in history which over time was once written down. And Time called it sacred text. Something which did exist, cannot be ignored or be...

 

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