By: Victoria Jeffrey
Strange little Pluto has been demoted from its planetary status. It's no longer a planet. Just an icy little oddball floating out in space, now called King of the Kuiper Belt rather than the runt of the solar system. Pluto was always my favorite planet...
By: Victoria Jeffrey
For centuries the planet Mars has captivated people's imaginations. Ancient and modern societies have wondered at its fiery and mysterious beauty. Many ancient cultures included Mars into their astrological charts believing that it's position and movement as well as the movement of other planets could...
By: David Wright
Water is a molecule made up of two hydrogen atoms and an oxygen atom. This is a molecule that is hugely important in both biology and chemistry. Chemically speaking water has a permanent dipole as oxygen is more electronegative than hydrogen and so attracts the...
By: Tim Baehr
Invisibility: In late May of 2006, scientists reported that it is possible to create a kind of electronic cloak that will render its occupant invisible. Pundits are already pondering what invisibility would be like for us ordinary humans. Satisfying fantasies of locker room lust may...
By: David Wright
In this article I will look at the biological implications of radioactivity. We all know that radioactive materials are dangerous and can be carcinogenic; but how many of us know why this is so?There are three common types of ionising radiation: alpha, beta and...
By: Melvin Richardson
When you hear the name Einstein you immediately think "Genius", and rightly so because of his various contributions to mankind. Einstein is primarily known for his Theory of relativity and special relativity. A portion of that is the equation for energy which is E=MC 2...
By: Victoria Jeffrey
THE FIRST HUMANS ON MARSSending humans to Mars to live would cost tremendous amounts of money and resources but the true cost would be the social and geopolitical issues. Would this burgeoning community of Martian pioneers get along or would such a community operating on...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: Shawn Vilmaire
Lets go beyond the simplistic question posed and ask the real question that needs to be answered. Can one move through time into the past?We all know that time travel is not only possible but a necessary part of life. with out time travel...
By: Larry Stringer
In a discussion concerning the facts surrounding the great "Lord of the Rings", I can only relate to this, by revealing those facts through the many observation that I have made of this magnifiscent planet through the years. The observations that I have made with...
By: Renato Zane
Scientists around the world are debating the merits of competing theories regarding one very astounding possibility: the existence of parallel universes. We can't see this clearly yet, but it may be that this universe is not the only universe; this life may not the only...

 

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