By: Elizabeth M Young
Humans will never unconditionally and as a whole be ready for a major worldwide contact with UFOs. This is because there are varying human capacities for dealing with such a profound change in the reality of our existence. Humans are used to being alone in...
Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb
By: D. Vogt
Edward Teller (1908-2003) was a Hungarian-American physicist who is best known for his work in developing the hydrogen bomb, although he also was an earlier member of the research team developing the first atomic bomb as part of the Manhattan Project. He founded the Lawrence...
By: Leigh Goessl
Scientists have made a significantly remarkable discovery in space. The discovery, a massive star named R136a1 located in the Tarantula Nebula, a neighboring galaxy, has been reported to be hundreds of times larger than the sun and may be the heaviest star ever. The weight...
The basics of acoustics
By: Dave Garnish
At music production schools, colleges and universities in London, I give lectures on acoustics and room treatments. I also cover this subject in my own music production courses. With technology advancements and computer processing power as it is now, the whole process of making hit...
By: Nick Ford
An Ambient Orb is a frosted glass lamp that glows in different colors depending upon the information supplied to it. It is a futuristic wifi device that can sit on an office desk much like a crystal ball. When Ambient Devices launched the Ambient Orb...
Where UFOs come from
By: Christyl Rivers
UFOs for the most part, come from inside the human mind. We are dependent upon our senses for detecting things, and our brains for interpreting them. Whether or not you know it, or admit it, most of your thoughts are interpretations of data your body...
Product reviews: Celestron 4mm Omni Plossl eyepiece
By: Matt Kelly
It could well be argued that a good eyepiece is the most important asset to the casual and more serious Astronomer alike. After all, a good telescope is important but will inevitably be changed or upgraded many times over the full course of your Astronomical...
The contributions of Millikan to electricity theory
By: Nick Ford
Robert Andrews Millikan (22 March 1868 – 19 December 1953) was a high profile American experimental physicist. He was a Professor of Physics in Chicago then moved to Caltech. At Caltech he served as president from 1921 to 1945. His contributions to physics derive from...
Voyager 1 Reaching out of bounds
By: D. Vogt
Today, the Voyager 1 space probe, launched in 1979, is the farthest manmade object from Earth ever launched - and it is still operational. Although the Voyager probes are still known for the breathtaking pictures of the outer planets which they sent back in the...
Product reviews: Celestron 90 degree erecting prisms
By: Matt Kelly
If you are the owner of a tripod mounted refractor telescope then chances are you'll need to own an erecting prism, either that or you'd better make friends with a very good chiropractor. Most refractors have their eyepieces positioned at the opposite end of the...

 

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