Universal Law explained
By: Irrira Rikki
A COMPLETE BOND Explaining the Universal Law of Physics would be the Elemental Effect in which each and everything is Linked. We could take the largest circumference of a circle in any given direction within the shape of a round ball - call everything...
Understanding density and why objects float on water
By: Irrira Rikki
ACCORDING TO THE VARIABLES The smaller the mass within a volume of water - lets say a bucket - the less space it is likely to take up with air. In simple terms, the density of a small stone is heavier than a larger...
Starting as an amateur astronomer
By: Louise Schutte
Gazing into the sky amounts to more than searching for the Big Dipper, although this well known constellation is certainly the appropriate starting place. Stargazing also includes other constellations, meteors, auroras, and comets. Recreational astronomers can begin sky-watching right in their own backyards by viewing...
What do astronauts eat in space?
By: Brandon Romines
The way and the what astronauts eat in space today has changed dramatically since space flight first began. During the early days of space exploration,eating was a simple but not enjoyable task. Food consisted of dehydrated cubes covered in gel, squeeze tubes and powders...
By: Janet Grischy
What we see as mysterious moonlight is actually sunlight. It falls on the moon and is reflected to earth. Though we see it as having phases, the moon, in one sense, is always full. The half of it that faces the sun is always completely...
Intermediate physics: Explaining gravitational fields
By: Daniel Reneau
The greatest science teacher to grace the halls of Heritage High School, and one of the greatest influences on my scientific knowledge, once explained this to his class when studying the universe. It went something like this: Gravity can be explained easily by using a...
Mars
By: Brandon Romines
The human race has existed for a relatively short time, and since the beginning we have grown in population and expanded our domain. Restricting the colonization of other planets goes against human nature, and would ultimately lead to the end of humanity. Aside from...
By: William Callis
AERODYNAMICS Boys and girls, do you know that we are all surrounded? Well we are! We are surrounded all the time we are living on earth - by air pressure. All of us, suffers every day by plowing through this sea of air pressure at...
A brief history of Quantum mechanics.
By: William Callis
RUBBER BANDS AND STRINGS WHAT HAPPENED TO PHYSICS? In the early 1900's, after Albert Einstein finalized his relativity theories, he thought that he could find proof that unified all four physical phenomena. These four forces are: electromagnetism, gravity, the strong nuclear force (which holds the...
A brief history of chemistry
By: David James - 475417
A BRIEF HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY Chemistry is a central science that is part of every aspect of life from the materials we use everyday to the functioning of life on this planet. Before we enter into a discussion on the history we should define just...

 

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