Is there any proof that aliens exist?
By: T.S. Garp
UFO's and Human Evolution Ancient cultures have encountered beings with supernatural powers and believe they have tampered with human evolution. There seems to be a great enigma in human history and the evolution of the Homo sapiens. Have aliens and UFO's been visiting this...
By: Tarek Musslimani
The element iron is a transition metal. Transition metals are defined as elements which have incomplete d shell with electrons. It has the 4s2-3d6 electron configuration. In contrast to non-metals which obey the octet rule for their electronic stability such as the noble gases, transition...
By: Tarek Musslimani
Transition metals are those elements in the periodic table with incompletely filled d shells with electrons. Transition metals start in the left with the scandium group which has the 4s2-3d1 electronic configuration, and ends in the right with the zinc group which has the...
The best evidence that UFOs exist
By: T.S. Garp
Close Encounter of the Fourth Kind Close encounters of the fourth kind and the different types of this strange phenomenon. Everyone is aware of the now classic 1977 film Close Encounters of the Third Kind, written and directed by Steven Spielberg. The film is...
Subtleties of perfume chemistry
By: Christine Zibas
Everyone's had the experience of the woman with too much perfume standing next to us, on an elevator, in the office, in a restaurant, or elsewhere. Why does she do it? Can't she smell that overpowering scent that seems to linger even after she's left...
By: Nish Laverz
To make time travel a reality using the speed of light theory then a time machine that can out run the speed of light would need to be created or the machine would have to be able to slow light down. An Introduction to Bose-Einstein...
All about moonbows
By: Lydia Fuller
Moonbows or lunar rainbows may sound like something out of a fairy tale or science fiction novel. If you have been lucky enough to see one you know how very real they are. Not to be shown up by daytimes rainbow, the moonbow is...
By: William Logan
It's out there, lurking. It's several miles wide. It's solid stone and iron, and it's hurtling through space on a collision course with Earth. Sometime in the future it will enter the Earths atmosphere traveling 50,000 miles an hour. It will heat up...
An explanation of Newton's three laws of motion
By: Ramona Taylor
In 1687, Sir Isaac Newton's Three Laws of Motion were first published in the "Principia Mathematica Philosophiae Naturalis." With their introduction, Newton offered an explanation of how and why objects move. His laws create new concepts that redefined the science of mechanics. Newton's First...
By: Bhavya Dabas
Let's start with the basics. The structure of an atom. An atom is the smallest constituent of any element, like gold, or oxygen, or carbon. It's the smallest piece that you can cut a silver leaf into, so that it is still silver. If you...

 

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