Could an Omniscient Spiritual Field Conserve Quantum Superposition Information
By: Gary C. Gibson
Yes, I believe that a faith based spiritual field may underlie all of the apparent quantum mechanical concatenations that comprise the field we humans interpret through cognitive facilities as a spatial universe set in time. It is a wonderful appearing Universe with ever increasing mystery...
What are nanomaterials and what are their applications
By: Senadheera Jayakody
Nanotechnology is one of the most emerging technologies in the world today. Nanotechnology simply can be defined as the production and application of various components by controlling size and shape at the nanometer scale. A nanometer equals to 10-9m or one millionth of a millimeter...
Plasma Aurora Borealis Electric Magnetic Solid Liquid Gas Matter Conduct Lightning Sun Northern Ligh
By: Jerges Cervantes
The simple answer is Yes. The three normal states of matter are easily recognizable as we are aware of them each and every day. Solids are probably the most easily recognizable form of matter to us. Solids are created when molecules are compressed together, giving...
A brief history of the search for life on Mars
By: Agnes Naswa
History of the Search of Life on Mars. The belief that we are not alone in the universe is a long held belief and one that has fascinated humankind through the ages. It is not inconceivable to imagine that our earliest pre-historic ancestors living somewhere...
Understanding the periodic table
By: John JS Smith
Have you ever looked at the periodic table of the elements and wondered what all the numbers and symbols mean? If you have, you are not alone. Many people are confused by the complex diagram. This article will explain some of the aspects of the...
Back to the future: How light speed makes time travel possible
By: Terrence Aym
"The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible." - Sir Arthur C. ClarkeTime travel has likely been a dream of Mankind since our ancestors huddled together in caves. Who wouldn't like...
By: Gary C. Gibson
Recently discovered lava tubes under the surface of the large Martian volcanoes offer more opportunity for human exploration and habitation upon Mars. A scientist interviewed by the Planetary society remarked that exploration of such areas may be retarded by the concern for contamination by humans...
A look at black holes
By: Roberto Chiodetti
Distruction and creation Soon after the publication of special relativity astronomers began to look into what would happen when gravity reach such a massive proportions that virtually nothing can escape it's grasp. the concept of black holes was born, objects so massive that could...
By: Alison Bowler
Helium the second element in the periodic table after hydrogen is also the second most common element in the universe after hydrogen. High concentrations of helium are detectable within stars. On earth, however the noble gas helium is not such a common element as it...
By: Alison Bowler
The Noble gas Xenon (pronounced zee-non) has atomic number 54 and belongs in group 18, period 5 of the periodic table. A gas at room temperature xenon melts at 161.36 K (minus 111.79 C, minus 169.22 F) and boils at 165.03...

 

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