By: Steve Holder
You probably know that you have an alternator under the hood of your car, and that when it quits working, it's a bad thing. Before figuring out how it works, let's ask "Why is it there in the first place?"Alternator is just another word...

By: Zachariah Fox
There are many Various energy options besides fosil fuel, all or which have pros and cons.Shale:Pros) Its local.Cons) It actualy cost around $80 a barrle to refine which cost more than what we get from the midle east. It also produces A LOT...

By: Dean L. Sinclair
A combination of a basic idea about communicatiion and an analysis of motion is seen as an indication that a possible model of existence is "motion in a matrix." This is in the first section of this tripartite essay which runs approximately 3400 words...
By: Dean L. Sinclair
There is so much mystique, and so much elegant mathematics attached to Dr. Einstein's ideas that for one to even hint in the presence of most physical scientists that there is a flaw in Relativity is like standing on a street in Vatican City and...
By: Bennie The Ball
Time travel is certainly possible to a degree. We are all travelling forward through Time from the moment that we are conceived. If the question is reworded to ask "Is it possible to travel forwards or backwards through time to look at the future or...
By: Can Tran
Not much is known about the 2008 World Science Festival in NYC. Except that this festival is going to be the first World Science Festival. It's dubbed on the main website as "A Universe of Science in New York City." Apparently the event is...
By: John Merryman
Four dimensional spacetime is not an objective description of space and time.Points, lines and planes supposedly have a zero dimension, but 1x0=0. What they really have is a virtual dimension, not zero dimension. While a point can presumably be dimensionless, it is still...
By: Benjamin Patri
YES, time travel to the future is possible but not time travel to the past unless the past is your future too. With Einstein's Relativity, we learn that the faster a person travels over a given time compared to another person who travels at a...
By: Dean L. Sinclair
The defining equation of momentum is p=mv. This little equation can be considered in two ways mathematically. It is the summation of all the forces which have acted upon the object in question from the first instant whenever that was. In calculus it is the...
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
Is time travel possible? Will there ever be a moment when we can say, for definite, that time travel can be achieved? This article will look at whether or not, one day, we will be able to travel through time. For this to happen we...
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