By: Terrence Aym
The National Science Foundation has announced that the world's strangest telescope is complete. Unlike conventional optical or radio telescopes, this new observatory built at the bottom of the world will capture and analyze one of the most elusive particles in the universe: the neutrino.Neutrinos...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The KA SAT satellite that will provide greatly expanded broadbeam internet services to European and Mediterranean businesses and homes was launched on Sunday, December 27 as shown in a Networkworld YouTube Video. The satellite was released after 9 hours and 12 minutes of flight. This...
What is Functionally Graded material (FGM)
By: Frank Kero
Modern efforts to develop new materials for applications related to: biomedical devices/prosthetics; metallurgy; solar panels; sensors; aerospace transport and ceramics require a metric to measure quality as a means of controlling performance specifications. Spatial defects in the chemical composition or physical properties of a material...
By: B. J. Deming
It’s an odd thing, but established facts don’t last very long. They always lead somewhere else, usually to more information and a new vantage point, from which things look entirely different and we are forced to rethink the entire matter, including where we...
Can all Knowing Beings Manipulate Matter on a Quantum Level
By: Robert Tesla
Could the author of this title have just simply asked "Could a God control matter?" The question is an obvious attempt to side step the whole "God" issue. I mean "Heavens" forbid there are boundaries to our senses, or that 100 percent of what...
By: Terrence Aym
Can something be in two places at once? Can something be in two separate states at once? According to Einstein and the weird Twilight Zone rules of the quantum world the answer has always been a definite maybe.The math supported the concept and scientific...
By: William Sanders
A rocket is any vehicle that obtains thrust from a rocket engine. Thrust is the forward force caused by high velocity rearward ejected exhaust gases. A rocket engine works by action and reaction, according to Newton's Third Law. There are many uses for rockets, such...
By: Bruce Tyson
Space Shuttle Discovery’s final launch is back on ice as NASA engineers scramble to repair cracks in its fuel tank. The final mission of the spacecraft has already been delayed for other concerns and now appears to be postponed for months while awaiting repairs...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Hewlett-Packard is coming off of a year with CEO scandal to snag one of the most lucrative contracts that can be gotten: a $2.5 billion contract to provide hardware, software, computer networks and everything that supports it all. The contract will cover the next...
By: Bruce Tyson
Europe’s high power Ariane 5 rocket made its final trip into space for the year 2010 in a dramatic liftoff from the European space port in French Guiana, South America. The launch into space was to place a video and data satellite into orbit...

 

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