By: Surinder Dhar
While theoretical physicist have come up with new theories to explain the phenomena of gravity, scientists have not given up on Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity, or theory of gravitation.Everybody knows about the Albert Einstein's well established theory of relativity we now call...
Exploring levitation
By: Joel Stottlemire
Casimir Levitation, the idea the very small objects can be "levitated" in a friction free manner is making big headlines right now. Unfortunately, The Casimir effect lives firmly in the spooky world of quantum mechanics and is a little too deep for popular media. This...
By: Chris Handy
I wrote briefly on this topic in the debate articles. It seems though that no one understands the topic well enough though because article number 1 didn't answer the question and article number 3 made it quite clear that he had no idea what he/she...
By: Dick Easton
Dragon On A Leash: A chilling thought, one to keep you awake at night. A NASA launch gone wrong, not an unprecedented event and one of of only minor historical significance, unless, the launch vehicle's payload is radioactive. The downstream plume of lethal nuclear material...
By: Darren James Bighetty
Time travel is it possible? The concept has been written about for quite some time. The possibility, is an idea that many people have considered, throughout the world. The ability is a science question, yet, even people with a spiritual understanding can agree, that perhaps...
By: Dave Nocera
Scientific advancement has always been an incremental process; one concept builds upon another until the next genius comes along and opens their eyes to a deeper understanding. So scientists will always be conservative at assuming that their current views of the universe are complete. Current...
By: Hugh Vreeland
Having read and reread a number of times the lead, and, at this point, only other article on this subject, (which I shall take the liberty of henceforth calling "Doc's article,") I am daring to try my own version which I might call, "A...
By: S.D. Sommerfeld
Matter is anything with mass. Dark matter should not be confused with visible matter that reflects light back to us. Dark matter describes matter that does not emit or reflect light in any way that is measurable by current standards of measurement. In an infinite...
By: Tim Baehr
Invisibility: In late May of 2006, scientists reported that it is possible to create a kind of electronic cloak that will render its occupant invisible. Pundits are already pondering what invisibility would be like for us ordinary humans. Satisfying fantasies of locker room lust may...
By: David Wright
In this article I will look at the biological implications of radioactivity. We all know that radioactive materials are dangerous and can be carcinogenic; but how many of us know why this is so?There are three common types of ionising radiation: alpha, beta and...

 

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