The future of fusion as an alternative energy source
By: Morgan Carlson
After the development of Nuclear Fission reactors that now lay scattered amongst the nuclear nations across the globe, the next logical step in the process was hoped to rest with Nuclear Fusion. Unlike fission which produces energy by splitting heavy nuclei into lighter nuclei and...
By: Morgan Carlson
One could say by finding the world's largest body of water and placing a structure over it that joins the two sides of land, that then you'd have the longest bridge. Of course it is easy to say, but when assessing crossing logically the best...
By: Elton Gahr
Although people do not think about it often, the magnetosphere of the Earth is vital to life on earth because it helps to protect the surface of the earth from the solar wind of the sun. There is even significant question as to whether life...
A critique of Einstein's theory of relativity
By: Heather Lamborn
The Headlight Paradox I received a list of funny paradoxes that was meant to be a joke. While the others in the list had no serious answer, this one does. With the help of Dr. Albert Einstein and his Theory of Special Relativity, I decided...
By: Jose Juan Gutierrez
Acoustics is the science that studies the production, transmission, control, reception and effects of mechanical waves and vibrations (sound). The science of acoustics is used in many fields of study, including earth sciences, life sciences, engineering and the arts. Sound waves propagate as disturbances in...
By: Barbara Kasey Smith
Could time travel be possible in the future? In my opinion, time travel is the future, because time is never ceasing and it will continue until the end of all time, and it is in all of our futures until the end of our lives...
CERN: An overview
By: Samrat Man Singh
CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) is the world’s largest particle physics laboratory. It is situated in the northwest suburbs of Geneva on the Franco–Swiss border. It was established in 1954. The organization comprises of 20 European member states and employs 2600 full...
By: Nish Laverz
The question of whether or not time travel should be allowed if it were possible is a good one. Time travel would have moral implications if it was possible and so there would be lots of debate on the subject if anyone actually proved it...
The real meaning of E=MC2
By: Samrat Man Singh
In one of Albert Einstein’s revolutionary scientific papers published in 1905, E=mc2 was introduced. Since then, E=mc2 probably has been the most famous equation in the world. E=mc2 has become overwhelmingly popular in the society. Even people with no background in physics have at...
By: David Thackston
Electromagnetic pulses, common referred to as EMPs, are highly concentrated bursts of electromagnetic radiation. There are two primary ways in which an electromagnetic pulse is created, either by a solar storm, which releases charged solar gas, or by nuclear detonation. While EMPs caused by the...

 

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