Time Travel will Exist
By: Henri Zimand
Time travel the dream of many people will exist one day.Just look at so many innovations that were created in these last hundred years which you would not have dreamed of as becoming reality or believed that it will ever exist and existed partially...
Why objects float
By: Grant Mckenzie
The primary reason objects float is buoyancy, an effect discovered by Archimedes of Syracuse. Basically, this principle states an object will float if it weighs the same as the amount of water it displaces. In other words, a 20 lb. object will float if it...
Carbon dating: Explaining the physics and methods
By: Adam Feneley
Radio-Carbon Dating Explained:Carbon dating is a radiometric dating method, which uses Carbon -14 (a naturally occurring radioactive isotope of carbon). This method can be used to date carbonaceous materials (substances which are rich in carbon), by using applied physics theory such as half-life.The technique...
By: Chris Webber
Nuclear fusion is, to put it simply, smashing very light atoms together to make heavier ones. In the process they release a large amount of energy which we can harness for electricity.In principle this sounds straightforward, but in practice the technological hurdles we have...
The physics of automobile accidents
By: Kevin Olivier
(Before reading this article, let it be noted that physics is an extremely complex subject to teach and grasp. Because of the many complexities involved every day events, I will be writing this article with the impression that the reader knows absolutely nothing on the...
By: Joe Mccane
There are many things to consider when thinking of a science project for high school. Some of the major things you need to consider is if the project is interesting. Boring projects do not attract much attention, and you will most likely do better at...
The scoop on the uncertainty principle
By: Joe Mccane
Quoted from one of the greatest scientists of the 20th century, Albert Einstein, "... god does not play dice." He gave this response when Werner Heisenberg proposed the uncertainty principle, Einstein said that statement thinking the natural world does not go by probabilities. Heisenberg...
Is time travel possible?
By: Trevor White - 497827
Whenever television movies and scientists speak about time travel we get the impression that they are speaking about physically traveling in or through time. Not traveling back in mind remembering what they or someone else did yesterday or this morning.But is physical time travel...
Advanced physics: Experimenting with resistivity
By: Adam Feneley
Experiments with Resistivity and Youngs Modulus.Detailed PlanI will do an experiment using Wire A' all I know about this is that it has a SWG of 32. I will find the material that this wire is made out of by working out its resistivity...
Circular motion physics concepts
By: Andrew J. Bennieston
Circular motion occurs when a force acts tangentially to the direction of motion of a body at all times. For a body of mass m, travelling with a linear speed v, the force F and radius of curvature R (radius of the circle around which...

 

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