By: John Theiss
Let us begin our explanation of how Newton changed our understanding of the Universe by enumerating his Three Laws of Motion.Newton's First Law of Motion:I. Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion unless an external...
By: Aubrey Little
There is a wealth of information available on how to setup ones office workstation. The problem is that there are relatively little information available on choosing a mouse and keyboard to ensure the proper fit.One size does not fit all when it comes to...
By: Jonte Rhodes
Many thousands of people every year report that they are seeing UFOs and are being abducted by aliens for unknown purposes, and it costs the government of the world millions in recording and investigating these claims. However the vast majority of the time things are...
By: Robin Johnson
The question How did it all start?' has plagued philosophers and physicists for thousands of years. It was the Greek philosopher Aristotle who reasoned that for every effect there is a cause. Everything that moves must have had a mover. And the cause of...
By: Minh Tran
Albert Einstein (1879-1955) is one of the most well-known and influential scientists of the twentieth century. He is also an enthusiastic activist for peace and the science freed from politics and other prejudices.Albert Einstein was born in 1879 in Ulm, Germany. He moved with...
By: Dean L. Sinclair
Dark energy, black matter, black holes and other mysteries tell us that we really know nothing.... Maybe, if we were to start over from some different viewpoints we might get another angle on things. First, how about "Matter" and "Energy?" We define matter as...
By: Ian Loft
The arrogance of humans believing that an infinitely vast universe filled with stars, planets and galaxies exist only for our pleasure. The probability that we exist in a universe filled with billions of celestial bodies as a freak of evolution that rose out of some...
By: Peter Seymour
As I said in my first article, I think we should harness the heat from the sun by using magnifying glasses to focus this energy and store it with water. Here is one idea on how to do that, a water battery. BUT FIRST, let...
By: SCOTT ANONYMOUS
What would you do if you could actually make something invisible? I read an article at www.MSNBC.MSN.com (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15329396/) which stated that cloaking is now quite a real possibility. MSNBC News released a story called, "Cloak of invisibility: Fact or...
By: Gary C. Gibson
String theory isn't the end of knowledge. The word science does itself mean knowledge. Knowledge is a perennial quest by those without omniscience for perfect understanding of everything. String theory is a useful tool for advancing scientific comprehension of quantum gravity and other extra-dimensional explanations...

 

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