By: Brandon Romines
The earth is going to be destroyed, one way or another. If we do not destroy it ourselves, or simply run out of room and resources, then some disaster with wipe out most, if not all life. Humans have never been content with the land...
By: Mark G.
The body of Airplanes is shaped like a long tube and it is generally called a fuselage. The wheels of a plane are called the landing gear. There are two main wheel sets on either side of the plane fuselage and another at the front...
By: Dominic Clacy
Particle colliders or accelerators are used to study the fundamental constituents of matter; the quarks, leptons and their interactions. The basic idea of a collider is to accelerate particles into two beams and collide them together with a certain amount of energy. This energy...
The elementary particles
By: Dominic Clacy
The Standard Model (SM) describes the Universe in terms of six Quarks, six Leptons and interacting force carriers called Bosons. The Photon, Gluon and Z and W Bosons act as the force carriers for the Electromagnetic, Strong and Weak forces respectively. The model does...
Could there be a Fundamental Particle
By: Dominic Clacy
The answer to this debate is not in fancy physics or complicated science but in our own ability to actually comprehend a truly fundamental particle and our own desire to probe deeper into the physical world. I shall use an analogous argument for my...
Life on Mars
By: Mark Waybill
Should humans be allowed to live on Mars? I say yes, why shouldn't we? But let me elaborate upon this somewhat brief sentiment. First, I see no objections to humans living on Mars. If technology can overcome the hurdles of this task, why should we...
By: Mark Waybill
In answer to 'Shouldhumans colonize space?' i could merely give a link to my answer to 'Should humans be allowed to live on Mars?' but perhaps the time is ripe for elaboration on the possibilities afforded by such a move, it's feasibility and...
How the universe formed
By: Mark Waybill
On the creation of the universe i will first say this, that this is one of the most difficult questions to answer even to somebody such as myself who has thought logically on pretty much any important matter. It deals with such enourmous macroscopic things...
Understanding gravitational entropy
By: Majid Hasan
UNDERSTANDING GRAVITATIONAL ENTROPY Gravitational entropy is an extension to the concept of entropy, which is a measure of number of accessible configuration to the system, as an effect of gravitational field. It is a consequence of the semi classical theory of gravity and is...
By: William Logan
Perhaps nothing in the entire lexicon of actual science invokes more vivid futuristic images than the term antimatter. After all, antimatter was the fuel of choice for all of Starfleet Command and the Starship Enterprise in particular. In the new novel "Angels and Demons"...

 

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