Considering whether time travel is possible and should be allowed
By: David Kidwell
When I consider the question whether time travel is possible, I have to smile a little. The very idea nearly gives me goose bumps, and my imagination practically runs away with itself into a whole new realm of hope for the future and the kinds...
How energy is created from heat
By: Gary C. Gibson
Since the beginning second of the Universe when matter and anti-matter cancelled each other out leaving a fractional surplus of matter, energy hasn't been created here-it simply changes form into matter and vice versa. Because near massless photons are a kind of building block...
By: Nish Laverz
This debate has been going on for centuries. Iaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz argued about whether time was truly fundamental to the universe at the start of th 18th century. 525,600 minutes = 1 year. The greatest trick the universe ever pulled was convincing...
What is the Risk of the Large Hadron Collider
By: Tenebris
"Obviously, the world will not end when the LHC switches on."- LHC project leader Lyn Evans Soon CERN will switch on the Large Hadron Collider again after having repaired the recent helium leak - or, more accurately, bump up the experiments which had already...
By: Gary C. Gibson
Special relativity transformed the scientific paradigm of the Universe. The physical theory of cosmological relationships of time and space, motion within it and electrodynamics, made light the most constant item, replacing time as the same absolute value all over the Universe. Time would become united...
Isaac Newton's Three Laws of Motion
By: Chandra Wijaya
Sir Isaac Newton put the fundamental of classical physic through his famous publication Principia. In his book he wrote three important laws. We know them as Newton's three laws of motion. They are 1. Everybody continues in its state of rest, or of uniform motion...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: Erik Setser
As is common knowledge, Einstein's theory of relativity states that the flow of time is not absolute. The rate is inversely proportionate to velocity. That is, as velocity increases, the rate of time decreases. Furthermore, a series of tests of scientific rigor, the most archaic...
By: Sally Morem
Process rules our universe. The Big Bang brings forth energy, matter, space and time. Quarks form subatomic particles, which in turn form atoms. Atoms bind themselves together into molecules. Molecules assemble themselves into crystals and living matter, which form complex relationships with one another. French...
Antimatter: the basics
By: Dean L. Sinclair
0N THE MATTER OF ANTI-MATTER, What is hidden where? The writer, noting a "Hidden-half-of-existence" below a radius of 4.7 x 10^-19 cm., and the possible creation of alternate universes resolves the 'lost anti-matter problem of our universe " to his own satisfaction. Re: Matter...
By: Gerald Drueppel
More Why Than How Every thought that is not associated with the present is time travel. If you think of a specific time and place and occurrence in the past you are establishing a link between the present and the past. Incidentally both the present...

 

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