Atomic physics: Quarks and anti-quarks
By: Ernest Washburn
Quarks are one of two groups of fermions. There are six different 'flavors' of quarks but only two occur naturally in the modern universe. These are the up and the down quark. The up quark has a charge of +2/3 and is the lightest of...
By: Cody Hodge
Is time travel possible? If it were possible, should we be allowed to go back in time, and change the past? Would we even want too if we knew that we could? Time travel in theory is possible, but it is so complex, and involves...
Physics science projects for high school students
By: Dave Powell
I highly recommend a physics/astronomy project to any school that wants to give its students a fascinating challenge...and to bring the school itself some newsworthy bragging rights. How would you like your school to have perhaps the biggest telescope in its area...built very...
By: Elton Gahr
As you begin to understand the outer limits of science one of the things that you must learn is that "anything not expressly forbidden is compulsory". What this means in the discussion of time travel is that we must examine the concept of time travel...
Is Time Real or Relative
By: Jolly Izoe
1.01 Is time real or relative? Time is the movement of matter in space and is real. All matter in space is moving in relation to other matter in space. All objects are in relation to the center of the Universe. Therefore, time is...
Could there be a Basic Particle
By: Jolly Izoe
Could there be a basic particle? Overview of space and time. The four pertinent aspects of space and creation: (1) Spinning infinite empty space. (2) Zero center of Particle creation vortex. (3) Chaos & Universe formation zone. (4) Infinite outer space. Time is the movement...
Exploring the theory that time does not exist
By: Nataly Lopez
Time; what is time? By definition time is: an instance or single occasion for some event; however, that does not nearly clarify the question of what is time. The answer to this question varies according to the person you ask. Some people will answer with...
By: Dave Powell
In another Helium article on a similar topic, I described personal experiences with multiple mathematical dimensions. But that article didn't offer any thoughts or opinions about the subject itself. So here goes!There's no single answer to the question "What is the 4th dimension?"...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: Ciara Hill - 509280
I personally believe that time travel is possible but only into the future. Time only travels in one direction which is obviously forward. Traveling back in time would b be quite dangerous anyway. One reason why time travel would be dangerous is due to what...
By: Tenebris
An eleven-sided, eleven-angled planar shape is called a hendecagon. An eleven-sided 3-dimensional shape is called a hendecahedron. It also has twenty edges.The names for smaller-sided shapes usually combine Latin prefixes with the Greek -gon, such as in pentagon. However, the Greek 'hen' is used...

 

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