By: William Remski
Propulsion in outer space today requires some form of reaction mass to be ejected from the spacecraft to generate accelerating thrust. If there were some mechanical or electrical way to obviate the need to carry this reaction mass, space travel would be revolutionized and...
By: Shawn Vilmaire
In order to understand what Gigahertz are it is important to understand what hertz are Hertz are a unit of measure for frequency that corresponds to cycles per second where 1 hertz is 1 cycle per second. While giga is a metric prefix used in...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: Genine Hopkins
Time and the ability to travel in many directions in it is only limited in the human ability to understand how time is measure or how it "moves." Humans have been bound by the notion that time is linear. Einstein's theory of General Relativity...
Wormholes and FTL travel: Is science fiction and science edging closer together?
By: Ogo A. Bellard
In 1935 Albert Einstein and Nathan Rosen using the General Theory of Relativity as their base united two theories; that of black holes and white holes, together they created a theoretical Einstein-Rosen bridge that linked two parts of space or even two universes through a...
By: Dave Nocera
Einstein once said when describing himself: "When a blind beetle crawls over the surface of a curved branch, it doesn't notice that the track it has covered is indeed curved. I was lucky enough to notice what the beetle didn't notice".Can you visualize a...
By: Robert D. Twitchell
Since the dawn of humanity time machines have existed and they will continue to exist as long as there are sentient, thinking creatures in the universe. These time machines are not the cobbed together pieces of scientific apparatus invented by some professor in his garage...
By: Ernest Capraro
Buoyancy is a simple concept. In order to float in water (or any other liquid), an object must displace a mass of the water equal to its own mass. The pressure exerted by the liquid on the hull of the boat (or any other object)...
By: Richard Lowe
The second postulate of Einstein's Special Relativity Theory states that the speed of light stays the same for every observer regardless of RF's (reference frames). Now, this somewhat conflicts with the laws of RF's because speeds of objects observed in difference RF's are always different...
By: Richard Lowe
This is the first article of a multi-part series into the realm of Einstein's Theory Of Relativity. In 1905, Albert Einstein developed the Special Theory of Relativity and ten years later, elaborated on that theory and published the General Theory of Relativity. Special Relativity is...
By: Athlyn Green
Random Event Generators And The Global Consciousness ProjectThe Global Consciousness Project utilizes random event generators (REGs) in an effort to tap a postulated human consciousness field that may encircle the Earth. The REGs have been operating in the background, all around the world, for seven...

 

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