By: jomundo
According to Einstein, "energy is equal to the mass of an object multiplied by the speed of light squared". The speed of light is defined as the distance light travels in a specific amount of time. Time, as we know, is a human invention to...
By: Dai Bannen
Most of us know that the universe began with the Big Bang, an explosion of unimaginable power that flung all the matter in existence outward. From this, the wonders of space started to form. But how does our little region of the cosmos fit into...
By: Bryan Belrad
Einstein's Relativity has opened up whole new worlds of knowledge for the human race. However, the general consensus, that it is the end-all, be-all of physical theory is far from accurate. Einstein himself knew that the theories were incomplete, and even riddled with paradox, if...
By: Scott Little
Gravity and Sunspots.Sunspots are disturbances in the electro-magnetic field surrounding the photosphere, or top surface of the Sun's convection zone. They are believed to be caused by the differential rotation of the outer convective layer. The rotation period of the Sun at the equator...
By: Scott Little
Einstein's Cosmological Constant IntroductionEinstein called the cosmological constant "the worst mistake of my career". He originally developed the constant to balance his field equation of General Relativity. If the universe were static and not inflationary or deflationary (as believed in his time) then gravity would...
By: Kermit Luskin
My idea for future space exploration would center around having a living area as well as a launching station on the surface of the moon. This will allow us to not only have manned missions to Mars but it would also allow us to get...
By: Sam Beever
THE ONE LINE ANSWER AND MOREIf you simply want to know how gravity works (or what gravity is) according to our best-verified theory in terms of a one-line answer, here it is: Gravity is the effect on the motion of any object (mass or massless)...
By: Ernest Capraro
The hertz is the basic unit of frequency. It was named after Heinrich Hertz, the German physicist, not the car rental company. One hertz is equal to one event per second, or mathematically written, h = 1/s. The event that is being measured can be...
Was the Apollo Moon Landing Real or a Hoax
By: Paul Champion
Having been born in 1955 and being predisposed to a mother who wrote every day about her family and the events in the world taking place about her, the space race of the sixties was a very real part of my childhood. All of us...
Why the Apollo Moon Landing couldn't have been a Hoax
By: Rex Trulove
My opinion is that it was real, and there are some very good reasons that I say this.First, almost everyone knows that at one time or another, every nation has intentionally deceived as many of their own people as possible. However, the more people...

 

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