Nanotechnology: The science of the small
By: Des'Carte
As we speak, engineers are developing new ways to revolutionize technology as a whole. The future of nanotechnology will become a reality in the coming years and soon silicon chips, terminal illnesses, and even the process of aging will all be replaced for good. We...
The future of fusion as an alternative energy source
By: Hal Lillywhite
The one word to describe fusion as an energy source is "uncertain." Scientists and engineers have been trying for controlled, earth-bound fusion for over 50 years. The primary result has been frustration. In fact there is a saying that "fusion is the energy source...
Is time travel possible?
By: Saphira Xenno
Is time travel possible? To answer that question we must first ask and answer the question; what is time? - and I don't mean this in the same cliched way that others approach the subject. To properly assess the problem, we have to deal in...
The Life of Physicist Enrico Fermi Nobel Prize winner
By: Alison Bowler
The Italian physicist Enrico Fermi was awarded the Nobel Prize for physics in 1938. Fermi was the son of Alberto Fermi who was employed as a Chief Inspector in the Italian ministry of communications and Ida de Gattis. He was born in Rome, Italy on...
Wormholes and FTL travel: Is science fiction and science edging closer together?
By: Victoria Jeffrey
Since its beginning it has always seemed that science fiction led the way in technological thought and science itself has produced real results from those fantasies. No more is this evident than in how we travel, modern comforts like electricity and how we communicate. What...
The future of fusion as an alternative energy source
By: Margaret Shauers
Nuclear Fusion Research Must be funded by the U.S. GovernmentImagine a man-made sun. That's fusion. It is a wonderful concept and, some years ago, there was serious effort to perfect the concept and make it real. Personally, I still think the concept is great...
Biography: Marie Curie
By: Alison Bowler
Double Nobel Prize winner Marie Curie was born on November 7 1867 in Warsaw. The youngest daughter of teachers Bronislawa and Vladislav Sklodowska was born into a Poland occupied by three different countries, Prussia, Austria and Czarist Russia. Warsaw was in the part of the...
Isaac Newton's Three Laws of Motion
By: Ernest Washburn
Newton's first law (law of inertia) states that an object in motion continues to stay in motion and an object at rest continues to stay at rest as long as no outside force acts upon that object. Although the law is named after Newton it...
Isaac Newton's Three Laws of Motion
By: Jesse Delia
Newtons 3 Laws of Motion are as follows...1. The Law of Inertia - "A body persists its state of rest or of uniform motion unless acted upon by an external unbalanced force."This means, an object tends to 'keep doing what its doing', until...
The super C velocities debate in Physics
By: Dave Powell
Scientists continue to debate faster-than-light speeds, and to search for the subatomic particles known as Tachyons. These particles would theoretically travel faster than light in air, water, space, or any other medium, and would have real energy but imaginary mass (based on the square root...

 

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