Exploring the theory that time does not exist
By: Sanford Aranoff
Implications of the non-existence of TimeAbstractRecent books have shown that time does not exist as a valid concept in physics. This paper clarifies this, and shows how this helps understanding various concepts in physics. The principle is positivism. This clarifies advanced electromagnetic potentials, equilibrium using...
By: Ernest Capraro
This pair of experiments uses gravimetric principles to determine basic chemical data. The first experiment finds the molar mass of magnesium, the second finds the formula of a hydrate. Both experiments are written in a format that can be fitted easily to worksheets. They are...
How to help children enjoy chemistry
By: Alexander Wolf Hosking
Children love to learn, it is human instinct to crave new information, and we as adults have a duty to teach them. Learning does not have to be a boring experience, in fact we can make it quite an enjoyable encounter. Chemistry is great in...
When and how to view the Perseid meteor shower
By: Tami Port MS
August 12th, 2009, the Perseids Meteor Shower will be visible in the skies of the Northern hemisphere. Perseids has been observed annually for the past 2000 years. It can be seen starting in mid-July, but has the greatest activity August 8 through the 14th, peaking...
By: Gary C. Gibson
N.A.S.A. has a tradition of producing disposable space exploration items at very high cost. Russian space transporters will take U.S. astronauts to the space station for several years before the Orion spacecraft gets off the ground. N.A.S.A...
Do you believe that aliens have already visited our planet?
By: Sebastian Thomas
According to http://www.serpo.org/release1.php, In 1965, there was a government exchange program with aliens which was called the Zeta Reticuli Exchange program. 12 military personnel were carefully selected. They were trained, vetted and carefully removed from the military system. The 12 were...
Chemistry explained: What are electrons and protons?
By: Louis Rosenfeld
Electrons and protons, along with neutrons, are parts of an atom. Protons have a mass of about 1 atomic mass unit (1/602,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 of a gram) and an electrical charge of +1. Neutrons also have about the same mass...
Book reviews: A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to the Black Holes, by Stephen Hawking
By: Ben Parris
The subject is vast, the book is thin, and author Stephen Hawking is the only household name scientist since Albert Einstein. That is the formula for a bestseller regardless of the the content. A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes...
By: Janet Grischy
Clay is useful because it changes. It is plastic and malleable when wet and a potter can shape it to his or her need. After one or two firings, the clay is hard, waterproof, and inflexible. Major types of clay include porcelain, earthenware and...
The issues around nuclear power
By: Aaron Dollhausen
In 1934, Hungarian born physicist Leo Szilard proposed the idea of a nuclear chain reaction and its application as a possible weapon, which he patented with the British government that year. In the months of 1939 before the start of World War Two, leading German...

 

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