By: Nicolae Mazilu
How the Gravity WorksThe first scientific explanation was provided by Newton: gravity works through a force, called the force of gravitation, the same as our weight. This force pulls bodies towards each other. The second scientific explanation was produced by Einstein, by improving upon Newton's...
By: B.J.
With such a general question, the answer is an obvious yes. Time travel is physically possible, at least as far as we understand physics right now, so there's no reason why it wouldn't be possible in the future. A more reasonable question is "Will humans...
By: Joel Stottlemire
Super Snot: The Bose-Einstein CondensateFirst proposed by Satyendra Nath Bose in 1925 and further explored by Einstein, a true Einstein Bose Condensate was not created until 1995 by Eric Cornell and Carl Wieman at the University of Colorado's Boulder Campus. Science was so excited by...
Is time travel possible?
By: Rick Badman
There is too much evidence, both tangible and anecdotal, that time travel is possible. There are different forms of time travel that allow people to either interact with people and things or just be observers. Take for instance the subject of UFOs. The movie "Flight...
By: Henning Laursen
The time traveler! You can travel to the future, but not the past.For a time traveler to go back in time, "like watching a movie in reverse" he will realize that it is not only him going back in time, everything there exist in...
By: John Greece
Energy called any form of action and can be expressed in various ways. There are many different forms of energy. Below analyze simply, quickly, and comprehensively the mild forms of energy derived from various natural processes and not primarily affect the ecosystem and the environment...
The future of fusion as an alternative energy source
By: Rick Badman
When I designed a fission/fusion reactor in 1977, I thought for sure we would have fusion power by the end of the 20th century. My reactor uses a fission reactor to produce the particles needed to change hydrogen into heavy hydrogen, produce the particle...
But it could be done
By: Rick Badman
The question seems simple. Since atoms make up molecules, molecules can be changed back into atoms. But what is the most difficult thing to do is change molecules into more massive atoms. Could a water molecule be changed into a fluorine atom? The3 answer...
By: Patrick Sills
The dream of interstellar space travel has been around for decades. One could argue that in the case of a brilliant few, this dream has existed for centuries. In regard to this fanciful topic, and whichever school of thought is favored, one common belief serves...
By: Blaise Pascal
While most people have some idea what matter is, the may not have any idea what antimatter is. Antimatter may sound like science fiction, perhaps because the word has been used frequently in science fiction, but it is in fact real. Interestingly enough, matter and...

 

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