Quantum mechanical phenomena and temporal cosmological expansion
By: Gary C. Gibson
I would like to write a little primarily on just one aspect of the singularity (hypothetical) that gave rise to the Universe. Some physicists evidently have considered an Einsteinist white hole for the gushing for of the inflaton and everything subsequent that matters-yet that of...
The new structure of light
By: Janet Dunn
After many trials and errors, the 1800's brought the emergence of a brilliant invention; the first incandescent lamp. This little light has literally kept us out of the darkness and bygone days of fire, oil lamps, gas lights and candles. As the years have passed...
Alternative theories of the universe
By: Ray Burke
The gender of the universe: Does the universe have a gender? Which sex would it be? We humans brand everything male or female or maybe gender neutral, but what if gender extended right down from the Newtonian universe to the quantum universe? Our cars are...
Biographies: Alexander Graham Bell
By: Frances Stanford
Alexander Graham Bell was a Scottish-American inventor born March 3, 1847 in Edinburgh, Scotland. His father was an internationally recognized teacher of visual speech. He taught in Scotland and in Canada, where the family moved in 1870. As a boy, Alexander assisted his father in...
Exploring the theory that time does not exist
By: Anthony Cappello
In my opinion, time is not a fixed construct. From each different perspective, time can seem to slowly advance or advance so quickly that one may say "time flew by today". And even if time seems to creep by slowly, when one thinks of the...
Do time machines really exist?
By: Irrira Rikki
Time Machines do exist. When nights light up the Star Machines of Cosmic Time, we become just a number, that if we kept adding zeros to the 1, we would run out of space. Time out there is Infinite. We ourselves are human Time Machines...
Book reviews: The Meaning of It All, by Richard P. Feynman
By: Bailey Shoemaker Richards
Richard P. Feynman was one of the most brilliant physicists of the past century; his work with quantum mechanics, receiving the Nobel Price in Physics in 1965. Two years before that even, he gave a series of three lectures at The University of Washington in...
Book reviews: Quantum Theory Cannot Hurt You, by Marcus Chown
By: Magda DH
Classical physics, for the most, was concerned with (and reasonably good at explaining) medium-scale phenomena: and still now, as when they were discovered, Newton's laws allow us to quite accurately predict behaviour of roughly human-scale objects. Newton's laws and classical physics in general, fail when...
Exploring the theory that time does not exist
By: Sanford Aranoff
Implications of the non-existence of TimeAbstractRecent books have shown that time does not exist as a valid concept in physics. This paper clarifies this, and shows how this helps understanding various concepts in physics. The principle is positivism. This clarifies advanced electromagnetic potentials, equilibrium using...
Book reviews: A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to the Black Holes, by Stephen Hawking
By: Ben Parris
The subject is vast, the book is thin, and author Stephen Hawking is the only household name scientist since Albert Einstein. That is the formula for a bestseller regardless of the the content. A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes...

 

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