By: Nicolae Mazilu
Moments in Science: PlanckIn 1982, Carl Morris (C.N. Morris, Natural Exponential Families With Quadratic Variance Functions, Annals of Statistics, Vol. 10, pp. 65 80, 1982) introduced to statistical science world a class of probability distribution functions having a special relation between the mean and...
By: D. J. Poe
Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. We are matter, your computer mouse is matter, etc. Matter is composed of molecules. Molecules are composed of atoms.The basic atom is the hydrogen atom. It is configured much like a planet orbiting the...
By: Hugh Vreeland
Yes. I think that it may well be possible to characterize a "Black Hole," at least the very simplest one. In a recent publication it was noted that a model of the surface of "Black Holes" could only truly be explained if that surface...
By: Robert D. Twitchell
Carl Edward Sagan was an American astronomer, educator, and author who was born November 9, 1934 and died December 20, 1996 after an intense battle against bone marrow cancer. He is most popularly known simply as Carl Sagan and he was the David Duncan Professor...
By: Robert D. Twitchell
The planet Venus has been the focus of awe and inspiration to humanity for thousands of years and probably will continue to be for thousands of years more. Named after the ancient Roman goddess of love and beauty Venus is one of the brightest objects...
By: Owain Bury
The human body is a complex organism, and as such a classification of all the important elements inside it and explanation of their roles would fill the New Testament twofold. The fact is, all those elements together are important, and depleted supplies of any would...
By: Joel Stottlemire
Why Are Northern Lights Northern?One of the most beautiful sights in nature has got to be the northern lights, The Aurora Borealis. These vague curtains of light shift, drift and flash in and out of the night sky of the far North in a...
By: Rosie Brooks
Oxygen, carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen are the main elements found inside the human body. I find it amazing that 63% of the human body is composed of just one element: oxygen. Perhaps this should not be surprising, since a lot of this oxygen is tied...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: Alan Watson
There are two distinctly separate perceptions of time travel. Firstly, time travel by the human mind, which, as a reader of history well knows, is possible by means of our imagination. Secondly, the notion of physical transport' from one time to another, by means of...
The chemistry of water
By: Rex Trulove
Water is so incredibly important that without it, life as we know it could not exist. Yet it is often taken for granted. Chemically, water is formed when an atom of Oxygen combines with two atoms of Hydrogen. Oxygen is lacking two electrons to have...

 

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