The best sources of energy for the future
By: John Graham - 384486
THE FUTURE OF NUCLEAR POWER.Our nuclear program in the United States is providing an extremely valuable proportion of our electric needs and it will continue to do so in the foreseeable future. Indeed it will rise dramatically,Starting thirty years ago, over a hundred...
The physics of the curve ball
By: Reed Young
In addition to gravity pulling them down, all flying objects' horizontal motion is opposed by friction from the air, the strength of which is described by a drag coefficient. While bullets, pop flies and other projectiles are merely slowed while gravity pulls them down, the...
Real
By: SEG
All of our concepts and experiences in life, including time, are relative and yet still ‘real’. And while space-time banishes temporal time from its formulas, such theoretical circumstances do not banish the reality of time from our experiences because the space-time of physics...
How gravity actually works
By: Bryan Belrad
General Relativity tells us that gravity is the effect of a distortion in time-space caused by the presence of matter. The basic idea is that if a mass is placed in space, it will bend it in a fashion very much like a heavy object...
Time Travel being Theoretically Feasable
By: Reveigh Gautier
I am no scientist, and cannot make this article overly complicated, full of high brow definition and literary recitals of einsteins theorum, or any other scientist for that matter.What I can provide is a more feasable explanation for my conclusion from a lamens view...
By: Earl King
Ancient Roman road construction lessonsFor modern engineers Can it be possible that ancient Roman engineers were ahead of their modern day counterparts in some areas? I've read recently that we have not been giving ancient societies enough credit for their technology development. Let's explore the...
Can we Travel in Time either now or in the Future
By: Alun Murch
There are many theories on the possibility of time travel, ranging from clueless guesses to careful, informed decisions. This, along with many years of science fiction writing and movies, has clouded the debate somewhat.I am fascinated by science, from Newtonian physics up to the...
How electricity is generated
By: Jacob Stanley
Nearly all the electricity on the planet, with the exception of batteries and photovoltaic solar cells, is generated by taking advantage of a single physical law: magnetic fields produce a force on moving charges. So how can we produce an electrical current? Make a loop...
Particle Physics Basic Particles Atoms Quantum Mechanics
By: L. Merlino
Could there be a basic particle?No matter how you split, dice or slice it, a particle is a basic unit of matter.The Atomists (a pre-Socratic group of early Greek philosophers, from which the word "atom" originated) asserted that all matter is composed of...
How to make a solar-powered water battery
By: Jack Jenkins
How to make a solar powered water battery Wouldn't it be nice if we could meet our rising energy demands using sources that are clean and abundant. Ohh say . . . . water and the sun. Well that dream is becoming reality. Amazingly enough, the technology is being...

 

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