By: Elton Gahr
In the natural universe there are four natural states of matter. The first three are gas, liquid and solid and generally very easy for us to understand as we interact with them regularly. In many ways they are very similar. The fourth is plasma, a...
By: Elton Gahr
Molecular nanotechnology is the science of creating designer object by moving objects at the molecular level. The advanced vision of this is of molecular sized computers which could be turned into nanofactories. These would be able to create materials that were organized at the molecular...
By: michael88
It is a common observation that warm water dissolves sugar more quickly than cold water. Temperature is just one of the factors that influence solubility. Nature of solute/solvent, pressure, particle size and mechanical motion, also affect the solubility of a solute. Let’s look at...
By: Jishi Santos
Extra-terrestrial simply means 'out of this Terra firma or solid planet', our only home called planet earth.So why not say is other life out there in the sky instead of labelling it in our own uninformed terms? Look at the sky anytime night or...
By: Gene Patterson
Stephen Hawking may be one of the most brilliant men alive, but his books are simple. That is not to say they are “dumb” or “easy” but he strips away all the math and heavy science, turning complicated topics that would give a...
By: Sharon O'Connell
The radio spectrum is the lower portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. The radio spectrum is below both the infrared spectrum and the visible spectrum. The sections of the radio spectrum are called bands. These bands are subdivided into frequencies and even further divided into channels...
By: Jon Dainty Sr.
The radio spectrum is an integral part of every life on Earth. Every time a person makes or receives a telephone call using a cellular device, that person uses a small segment of the radio spectrum. Using a microwave oven, remotely changing the channel on...
Astounding evidence found of universe that existed before ours
By: Shawm Selph
A Case for the Multiverse Theory I have believed for a while now that our universe came from something preceding. I cannot imagine otherwise. I also believe that we either live in a multiverse(more likely) or one that renews possessing different laws with each succession...
By: James Runyon
"What's the go o' that?" and "Show me how it doos!" are just two of the common outbursts which served to stimulate young James Clerk Maxwell's curiosity about the way things worked. When he was older, his curious nature would lead him to...
By: Jason Westley
The classification of space debris makes it very clear what a meteor is. When a solid particle hits the earth’s atmosphere, friction and ram pressure from its passage through the air heats the particle and the surrounding gasses. When it is hot enough to...

 

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