How gravity actually works
By: Irrira Rikki
GALACTIC SCALES Remember the old trick of filling the bucket with water, then turning it quickly in a circle up and over our head, while the water did not spill? This is how gravity works. The gravitational effect of us spinning the bucket quicker...
Should humans colonize space?
By: Irrira Rikki
Why is it asked 'Should humans colonize Space?' when we already do. Our planet is a part of all Outer Space! We live on this Earth of our own Solar System, in our Galaxy inside the Milky Way, which is just a speck in...
Thoughts on the oscillator/substance model
By: Jack Osuileabhain Osullivan-English
Title: BAEconstant//Planck-Einstein Constant Revised *Respectfully submitted to Dean L. Sinclair & Oscillator-Substance Theory Group** Planck's Constant Revised ** * * Postulated necessary Planck revisions per extending fixed-definition-status to the value of 'E'-energy relative to Planck's-Constant's values for all subsequent international quantum-mechanics calculations hense forth*...
Passenger airplanes and the theory of relativity
By: Jacob Stanley
Einstein's "Theory of Relativity" is commonly divided into two parts: "special relativity" and "general relativity," and each part results in different effects on your airplane ride. Broadly speaking, special relativity tells us that the laws of physics are the same in all reference frames...
Biography: Michael Faraday
By: Steven Mars
Michael Faraday is well known for his laws of electrolysis and law of induction. He was successful as both a chemist and a physicist. He was born on September 22, 1791 in Newington Butts, Surrey, England. He died August 25, 1867 at the age of...
How many planets are there in space
By: Terrence Aym
What is a planet? Indeed, for that matter what is space?The definition of "planets" has been changing since the days of ancient Greece. The Greeks coined the word planets meaning "wanderers." The seven wanderers visible to the naked-eye back then were the sun...
What are isotopes?
By: Paul Scanlon - 544446
The word isotope is used in chemistry to refer to atoms, which have the same atomic number, but different atomic mass. These isotopes will be chemically identical, but will have slightly different physical weights, and may either be stable or radioactive. Every atom in...
By: Tarek Musslimani
The sulfur atom lies below oxygen in the periodic table. It has an electronic configuration [Ne]3s2-3p4, which is similar to that of oxygen. Oxygen can form a maximum of two bonds with an additional 2 lone pairs. In contrast, sulfur, due to the existence of...
Signs that Earth was visited by ancient astronauts
By: T.S. Garp
Ancient Astronauts A look at ancient astronaut theory. Believers of ancient astronaut theory like Erich Von Daniken, author of the popular book, Chariots of the Gods, and Zecharia Sitchin, author of many books on the subject, both maintain that historical gaps and unexplained archaeological...
Insight into alien abductions
By: T.S. Garp
Alien Abduction Phenomenon For thousands of years people have claimed to see strange creatures appearing from thin air and abducting victims. This strange and frightening phenomenon is associated with people encountering UFOs. Accounts from every country and culture around the globe have reported similar...

 

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