By: Moshe ben-Avraham
Contrary to what most people learned in high school physics, conversion between mass and energy IS possible, albeit in strictly limited circumstances.If one asked a 19th century physicist about conversion between mass and energy, that physicists' response would without hesitation be to scoff and...
By: Moshe ben-Avraham
As a physicist, I am among the first to admit that we scientists do not know everything, but some things we do know. The process of science- in the strict sense of the word- is the systematic description of observed phenomena in terms of observed...
By: Jason Todd
One important thing to remember when discussing toxicology is that nothing can be considered entirely safe. Even water can kill you in great enough amounts. It is the amount of the chemical, or dose, that is important in determining the effect on the body. Other...
By: Deborah Mahmoudieh
The Quantum DilemmaThough not a scientist myself, I've always taken an interest in matters of physics and astronomy and from childhood have regularly studied black holes, the properties of light and so on. My main interests recently are the enigmas of Quantum physics and having...
By: Spider Pig
One may be forgiven for wondering why all the other planets have cool Ancient Roman mythological names and we don't. Could it be that in the beginning, God was so mentally exhausted from creating the heavens - check out all the moons around Saturn, for...
By: Robert D. Twitchell
Apart from any divine intervention there are three major theories as to how the moon was created. Considering how long ago the formation of the moon occurred there is no way to know for certain or to test which theory is true so the fact...
By: avante guardian
First, lets admit that there has been much more than a decade of contact.In the famous picture the MONA LISA there is what many describe as a flying disk in the upper left corner. We have , I believe always looked to the skies...
By: Alex Kleinschmidt
*NOTICE* Although my article lacks the flair in it's opening paragraph as compared to other articles of the same title on this website, please bear in mind that this is the only existing article at the time of publication that presents what is currently accepted...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: John Rowlands
Time travel is unlikely to ever be a possibility for macro-sized objects, like humans. But, there are several exceptions to this. The most famous is the 'twin paradox', whereby one twin goes off in a very fast rocket at nearly the speed of light. He...
By: Anthony Aylward
The substance best known for expanding, rather than condensing, as it freezes is, of course, water. The reason for this unusual phenomenon is that as they freeze, the water molecules form a tetrahedral lattice.Wait, one might ask, what's a tetrahedral lattice?To understand this...

 

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