By: Nancy Houser
Over the years, the world-famous physicist, Dr. Stephen Hawking, has presented a new look at many perceptions of the world and space. Born on the 300th anniversary of the death of Galileo and holding the Lucasian Professor of Mathematics post that was once held by...
Sunlight and the human body
By: Irrira Rikki
THE LIGHT WE LIVE BYImagine you are like a tree, and any hairs on your human body are the leaves. These leaves act as receptors with absorb into their shafts, right through to the roots within our human tissues, and even deeper into our bodies...
Finding diamonds in space
By: Lynn Jackman
There are among the stars rare planets made up of carbon. Diamonds are an essential part of their interior. Jupiter, Saturn, and many larger extrasolar planets have in their interiors diamond. They have hydrocarbons that fall to their interiors, where pressure and heat transforms them...
Beginning the search for the theory of everything
By: Irrira Rikki
UNIVERSITY DEGREE 'S & SOTU' .Beginning the search on the theory of everything. Some-one with a great mind once said that, "we only begin to learn when we realize we know nothing." At least this is a good beginning, to start searching for something...
How to avoid getting stung by a stingray
By: Lori Voth
Whenever visiting Florida or any area bordering the Gulf of Mexico, it is not uncommon to encounter a stingray, a mildly dangerous sea creature. Chances are that if you are bathing in the ocean, it is highly likely that you will see a stingray in...
The history of the atomic bomb
By: William Cobbs
In the twenties and thirties, Enrico Fermi, Albert Einstein, a youngster named Feinman, anda professor named Oppenheimer, and at least twelve other scientists, all of whom had the concept of the power in the atom firmly in mind...were appalled when Harry Hopkins and a...
Orgone energy explained
By: Vadim Osadchi
Orgone energy was first proposed by psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich, who saw it as a bioenergetic force that spans the universe and causes everything that goes on around us, all observable phenomena. Reich saw sexuality as the prime energetic force of life and so orgone was...
What are the general design principles of a spacecraft
By: Karim Sultan
When one thinks of a spacecraft, images of star destroyers from Star Wars, the Enterprise from Star Trek, and the Discovery One from 2001: A Space Odyssey may come to mind. A contemporary view includes NASA's space shuttles and the Russian Soyuz series. But early...
The Archimedes legend: 'Eureka! - I have found it!'
By: Mishra Planeswalker
Archimedes' name is forever embedded in the history of scientific discovery. His various contribution to the fields of both science and advanced mathematics have made his name renowned as a pioneer of modern science. The most famous tale of Archimedes is, without a doubt, the...
Astro physics - Stellar Distances: Light years, parsecs and AU's explained
By: Adam Feneley
Astrophysics & Cosmology - Stellar Distances: Light Years, Parsecs and Astronomical Units.Light Years: (ly)A light year. Most people for some reason think a light year is a measure of speed or time, a light year is in fact a measure of distance. One light...

 

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