Bernoulli's principle of lift
By: Harry Stevens
When was the last time that you travelled on an airplane? Last year? Last month? Last week? Whenever it was, you owe your plane ride to the principle developed by famous mathematician Daniel Bernoulli. The principle is appropriately called Bernoulli's Principle, and it relates the...
Sir Isaac Newton: a life of physics
By: Jim Wood
Sir Isaac Newton, could he be mistaken?For years now I have been troubled by the possibility that Isaac Newton's Gravitation formula may be just a little bit from perfect when it gives us the Mass of objects that have moons or satellites. For the...
Special Theory of Relativity Time is Relative
By: Harry Stevens
In the year 1905, Albert Einstein developed the theory that would change the mind of several physicists, and reeducate them about the issues of space and time. This new theory conflicted with what had been known to physicists as classical mechanics, developed by Sir Issac...
By: Nish Laverz
Stephen William Hawking was born in Oxford on 8 January 1942. His parents had moved their for a short time as it was considered a safer place than London with the Capital being bombed by the Germans. His father Dr. Frank Hawking was a Research...
Standard Model Evolves
By: Charlie H.
The Standard Model is perhaps as good as it gets at this time, with regard to just how much our human minds can conceive about our physical world; but I am convinced that so much is yet unlearned, that the Standard Model of today will...
Intermediate physics: Simple harmonic motion
By: Adam Feneley
'Simple Harmonic Motion' is quite a complicated term for something which is on the surface, relatively simple. You see simple harmonic motion all around you in the world every day. Clock pendulums, children's swings, roundabouts on parks a bicycle wheel, anything that moves in a...
Quantum Theory and Faith
By: Teresa Carr
The Science of Faith and Quantum Theory By Teresa Carr Ever wondered how God can hear and answer millions of prayers simultaneously and instantly make His presence known in any place at any time seems more like a fairy-tale than reality? What would you do...
Large Hadron Collider
By: Gary Jenkins - 400217
The Large Hadron Collider may produce a black hole.Anything which comes within the reach of it's "event horizon" will fall into the gravitational field and increase the density and cause the hole to intensify it's strength.It is supposed to wink in and wink...
Could there be a Basic Particle
By: Dave Nocera
Balance a pencil on your finger and you will quickly learn that the pencil behaves as if its entire mass were concentrated at the center of the pencil, the center of mass. The center of mass between any number of particles lies at an average...
By: Ernest Capraro
Rattle-tattle-spat-spat-spat. Mmmm, Mom's making pot roast, I'd better stick around for dinner tonight.Growing up, I couldn't help but be fascinated by the pressure cooker. It was unpredictably noisy, and never failed to produce delicious meals. I'm sure that Mom explained it to me more...

 

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