By: Connie
There Never was Nothing / Nothing was Never thereThere is something that the human brain cannot and will never understand. As much as we try and theorize and simplify, the idea of eternity and infinity is something we cannot put our head around (If someone...
By: John McDevitt
Fuel emissions: The difference between diesel and biodiesel exhaust The switch from diesel to biodiesel fuels is going to make the air you breathe a lot healthier. The exhaust emissions from biodiesel fuels are much cleaner than petroleum based diesel fuel emissions. In fact, research...
By: Faith Connell
Were you ever taught, My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas? Well now it's been changed, you may want to learn this new one: My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nachos. The p is gone in the second phrase! Pluto isn't a...
By: Nancy Houser
It is pretty hard to imagine sleeping in a sleeping bag while attaching their body to a wall, set, or bunk bed in order to prevent floating around the crew cabin in the middle of the night. Of course, the space shuttle and space station...
By: John McDevitt
Mood rings are more than just toys. Mood rings are based on the same scientific principles used in temperature sensitive biofeedback sessions where sensors are attached to a person's fingers or feet to measure changes in skin temperature. Mood rings use the same principle and...
By: Nancy Houser
Ahh...sweet alchemy. The advanced metaphor of life. Egyptian tradition says early Egyptians were taught alchemy by their god, Thoth, who was originally believed to be a moon god while also associated as the god of wisdom, learning, and magic. Thoth was believed to be...
An introduction to alchemy
By: Effie Moore Salem
The ancient pseudoscience of alchemy is the forerunner of modern chemistry. It began in China, India and Greece, and then was adopted by Egypt. Astrology was intertwined with their beliefs and practices of this primitive art. In order for any of their concoctions or their...
By: Molly Carter
Sitting on nearly every gas station counter is a box of mood rings, which seems to mystify even the most skeptical customer. These little rings, are suppose to shift colors with your mood. Although they may not have perfect scientific accuracy, these little rings do...
By: John McDevitt
Astronauts sleep while in space, but can you imagine a restless sleeper in a zero gravity environment? Zero gravity means the astronauts aren't concerned with finding a comfortable position. There isn't any up or down beyond earth's gravity well, so astronauts can sleep in any...
By: Lauren Speicher
The "Big Bang" theory has been widely accepted for many years. What I would like to know is, why? Why do people so strongly hold to this theory even though there has been no evidence that verifies it as fact, and it contradicts many scientific...

 

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