By: Janna
Electro-deposition, or electroplating is a common and effective solution to prevent the effects of corrosion on different sorts of metals. Basically, it is when an outer layer of elemental metal (or less commonly an alloy) is put over top of a specific object by using...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: Dean L. Sinclair
Time Travelthe question has been postulated, "Is time travel into the past theoretically possible?"We must first clearly define what we mean by time. One definition is the one used in the Motion in a Matrix Model which is something like this, "Time is a...
By: Saw Kenny
As our world comes to the new era, the technologies follow too! With the knowledge of science in this world keep expanding and improving, science revolution happens and most of the things that we see, we hear and we feel, are discovered step by step...
By: Adam White - 209941
The scientific revolution is a term that broadly refers to the radical advances in science that occurred between the sixteenth century and eighteenth century, although the exact beginning and end of the revolution have been disputed to a certain extent. The most widely accepted view...
By: Charles Scott
Energy from fusion is an area that has hardly been tapped. the united states has not built a new reactor since somewhere in the 70's because of an environmental act. The radioactive decay of various materials gives rise to the rate at which the atoms...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: Lamont Felton
"...The best evidence we have that time travel is not possible, and never will be, is that we have not been invaded by hordes of tourists from the future."Dr. Stephen Hawkins author of "A brief History of Time" and " The Universe in...
By: Matthew Vannette
The uncertainty principle, like many aspects of physics, is often misunderstood. Mathematically, it is a consequence of the 'non-commutivity' of the operators (mathematical constructs of things we can observe like momentum and position) in quantum mechanics. What this means is the order you do the...
By: Matthew Vannette
The Special Theory of Relativity (distinguished from Galilean Relativity, a limiting case of SR or General Relativity, a generalization of SR) is based on two postulates. A postulate is a statement assumed to be true without proof. The validity of this assumption is measured by...
By: Matthew Vannette
Semiconductors are materials that would be electrical insulators at zero kelvin, but at room temperature are merely poor conductors. A thorough understanding of semiconductor theory requires considerable effort in developing a background in physics, however, a basic picture can be developed with a little thought...
By: James Haile
In 1853 Levi Strauss arrived in San Francisco to open and operate a dry-goods store, a branch of his brother's New York business. By the early 1870s the store was established and prosperous. In 1872 one of Strauss's customers, a Nevada tailor named Jacob Davis...

 

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