By: Tarek Musslimani
Science in general advances in a helical way. Namely each discovery made poses new questions that need to be answered. This is true for natural sciences and in particular physics. Physics is defined as the science of nature. It has not developed yet in a...
A look at quantum superposition, atemporality and the direction of entropy in relation to eternity
By: Irrira Rikki
INFINITE VARIABLES This is like asking one such as a human, to stand on the point of a pin; take a step off, and simply hope we won't fall into the abyss of Eternity. The quantum superposition if being so finite as to suppose...
Science: Types of alternative energy
By: Wendy R.
Renewable energy comes in many forms including solar, geothermal, wind and hydroelectric. Renewable energy is energy is energy generated from natural resources, and is better for the environment, cost effective and more energy efficient than most of the energy being used today. Types of renewable...
By: Bluebird
Most of us attach little or no importance to the name Robert Hooke when used in conjunction with Sir Isaac Newton. The reason is quite simple; it is a name that invites controversy. These two gentlemen, besides the fact that both were equally brilliant, had...
By: Morgan Carlson
How do solids expand? This question is often asked because it defies rational surface thought that's based on the assumption that solids are solid because they are hard and they don't move. After all, it is difficult to look at a block of iron and...
How MRI works
By: Jacob Stanley
You probably learned at some point that everything, all of matter, is composed of atoms. These atoms, in turn, are composed of electrons orbiting a central nucleus. The nucleus is composed of protons and neutrons, and how many protons the nucleus has determines what we...
By: Rene Thibodeaux
A Faraday cage is generally used to block electromagnetic interference (EMI) from sensitive electronic equipment. It is an enclosure formed by a solid or fine meshed conductor. Michael Faraday in 1836 discovered an electrical charge resided on the outside of an enclosed conductor and did...
The best sources of energy for the future
By: Dan Hiland - 512667
Thermal Energy Storage: The PCM- Eutectic Solution Energy use has always been one of the costs of doing business, and like taxes, is an expense that will probably never go away. Unlike taxes, though, energy expense is something over which the business owner can exercise...
Energy from nuclear fusion
By: Robert Blevins
The Plain Folks' Guide to Plasma Power Perhaps you've heard the words "fusion" and "plasma" intertwined with "limitless energy" and "harnessing the power of the sun". Maybe you wonder if it's true, or just some impossible dream being chased by physicists. The idea of...
The best sources of energy for the future
By: Ian Wayne Grant Sparkman
Currently I am attempting to generate electrical and mechanical energy by using a magnetic device that is called M-1 Disc. This device operates using magnet on magnet potential energy and converting this energy into kinetic energy by rotating a central disc attached to a drive...

 

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