Study finds that diamonds may be found on other planets
By: Merryl Lentz
Diamonds may not only be a girl's best friend – they may also be an extraterrestrial's closest companion. This is because new research suggests that the sparkly stones could possibly tumble from the skies of the planetary gas giants, Jupiter and Saturn.Previously, studies had...
Facts about Naiad, moon of Neptune
By: Merryl Lentz
It's hard to imagine that something as large as a moon could be lost, but that's exactly what happened to Naiad, Neptune's closest moon. The 62 mile-wide moon went missing in 1989, shortly after it was discovered by the cameras of NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft...
By: William O'Neal Stringer
The theory regarding the transfer of life from the Earth to another planet in the universe is known as panspermia. Panspermia-theory says that, “Panspermia is a Greek word that translates literally as seeds everywhere." The seeding of life to other worlds is categorized...
By: Patrick Sills
Atomic clocks are well-known for their reliability and accuracy. Such a clock is controlled by the oscillation of atoms such as cesium or rubidium. The atoms are in turn energized by an electromagnetic field or optical pumping. The first such clock developed in this manner...
How many planets are there in space
By: Irrira Rikki
ANOTHER PLANET Searching for how many planets are in space calls for time; if our own Galaxy - the Milky Way - is +- 100,000 Light Years in diameter. We also need better understanding. According to a NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory report, June...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
The Time Barrier Will it be feasible one day, to be able to travel back in time? Will we, one day, break the time barrier and create one of the greatest inventions that will ever be achieved by Mankind? To be able to travel...
Why metric expansion doesn't work
By: Bryan Belrad
Every general function in the universe needs a certain symmetry. Change the frame of reference, and an opposite thing happens that yields the same result.For example, consider Relativity. Say you're sailing on a boat. Is the boat moving, carrying you along, or is the...
By: Matthew Haynes
Astronomers have made many ground breaking discoveries over the past thirty years or so. Such findings range from planetary formation to cosmic physics and related dynamics. In this last decade overwhelming evidence has been found to support the existence of super massive black holes. It...
By: Gary C. Gibson
A physicist named Itzhak Bars has hypothesized the notion of two dimensions of time in a five or six dimensional universe. The extra time dimension could not be experienced in this universe because the extra two dimensions have a higher reality not downloaded to the...
By: Bryan Belrad
Olber's Paradox RevisitedOne of the greatest conundrums in Cosmology, the field that studies the Cosmos, is Olber's Paradox. In short, it asks why the sky is dark at night.During Olber's time, it was generally assumed that the universe was both infinite and eternal. If...

 

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