Physics: Hawking proclaims 'Time travel will exist'
By: Kelly Chen - 672768
Time Travel: Is It Possible? Most people have lived their life without stopping and thinking about what time really is. But most people have heard of time travel from watching sci-fi movies. And now the question is: Are those time machines really possible? Yes, time...
Why scientists think they have discovered the 'God particle'  
By: Elizabeth M Young
Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland were down to their last chances at finding the elusive Higgs Boson, a field of particles that theoretically give all other particles their mass. The Higgs Boson was part of a Physics model that was...
Is time travel possible?
By: Christyl Rivers
Time travel is more than just possible, it is inevitable. If one gets out of bed at seven a.m. and then one drinks coffee, or tea, at seven-thirty a.m., then obviously, one has just traveled forward in time. The question of time travel...
Why scientists think they have discovered the 'God particle'  
By: Christyl Rivers
Isolating the Higgs Boson particle in the Large Hadron Collider in CERN, Switzerland has provided evidence for the near fifty year old theory of the standard model of modern physics. The Higgs Boson particle is also known as the God particle due to its ability...
Circular motion physics concepts
By: David Jacobson
The simplest way to consider the motion of some point mass along a circular trajectory is begin with Newton’s first law: that an object in motion remains in that motion, in the same direction, unless acted upon by an outside force. Since the motion...
Quarks, leptons and force carriers: The standard model of physics
By: Justin Price - 675538
On July 4, 2012, a particle that had similar properties to the Higgs-Boson particle was discovered. With this discovery, many news articles have explained what the Higgs-Boson particle is, but not necessarily, why it is important to the field of Physics. It is with this...
What a breeder reactor does
By: J. Lang Wood
In the quest for energy independence, the United States looks to all forms of energy to fill its needs. Along with wind, solar and biofuels, nuclear energy can also help to supply enough energy to light cities and power industries. Breeder reactors offer the advantage...
By: William Browning
Nuclear reactors utilize fission to produce heat. That heat is used to raise the temperature of boiling water to produce steam to turn gigantic turbines that produce electricity. A special kind of reactor is able to serve two functions instead of just making thermal energy...
By: Terrence Aym
According to the European Space Agency (ESA) one of the most dangerous, toxic substances on Earth, nuclear waste, may become the future fuel for interplanetary freighters and space luxury liners.What to do with nuclear waste has been the subject of spirited debates since the...
By: Terrence Aym
A staple of science fiction movies and stories for generations, traveling faster than light at more than 186,000 miles per second makes it relatively easy to go from one spot in the universe to another. Although it's fine for fiction, the fact isn't so...

 

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