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How to convert GPM to velocity
By: Blaise Pascal
Units are used to help quantify and define physical measurements. Some units are very easy to convert while others are a bit more complicated. In the case of GPM (gallons per minute), you sometimes need to convert this into flow velocity as this quantity may...
The impacts of Stephen Hawking’s contributions to science
By: Sally Morem
What is the nature of time? On May 16, 1989, the world-renown physicist Stephen W. Hawking discussed some of the ways science addresses this question in Northrup Auditorium on the campus of the University of Minnesota. He came up with some astonishing and thought-provoking...
Theology of the universe before the Big Bang
By: Heather Lamborn
A spark appears in the void. The spark cannot be seen because the void is a dimensionless non-place. Nothing can exist here – not the spark, not even empty space. And the spark is time. The spark of time must be created quickly, in a...
Factors that affect reaction time
By: Gordon D Easingwood
There are many factors that can affect human reaction time. Reaction time is the time taken between a sensory stimulus appearing or occurring and the person involved making a response. This happens constantly in every day life often subconsciously from avoiding people and objects when...
By: Dave Bailes
SOLUTION FOUND IN BATHTUB! Archimedes, son of an astronomer, was one of the ancient world's main men of science. Just about the most famous story about him is that of his running, wet and naked, through the streets of Syracuse yelling, "Eureka!" ("I have...
By: Lesley Mason
How long is a fortnight? The very question is odd to a British mind, since (archaic as it may be) the word is still in common English usage on this side of the pond. Indeed we still speak of "Factory Fortnight" as being the two...
By: The Pope of Chilitown
Walter Isaacson's new biography of Albert Einstein, "Einstein: His Life and Universe," truly has something for everybody. For those interested in the personal aspects of the great man, it covers each period of his life: his childhood in Germany and relationship with his parents...
By: Josh Greenberger
What methods are used by evolutionists to date an archaeological find? And do these methods actually support evolution?Radiocarbon dating is a commonly used method to determine the age of archaeological finds. The process, sometimes referred to as "radiocarbon reading," involves measuring carbon decay...
By: Shawn Vilmaire
On almost all resistors there are four or five color bands that someone that doesn't know better might think are merely decoration, however this is not the case. The color bands on the common resistor are a color code.Resistor color codes are an easy...
By: L. Merlino
Beginning the search for the theory of everythingPrologueI suppose "everything" has to begin somewhere - for me, it was Mother Cabrini Hospital in upper Manhattan, but physicists keep insisting it was the Big Bang. They are now hypothesizing a ToE (theory of everything) that would...

 

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