An explanation of Newton's three laws of motion
By: TG Lambini
I'm not going to use any formulas! Ok, those sounds you hear are the gasps of every physicist reading this. But they shouldn't be shocked. After all, back in the days of Newton and even today, physicists explain things by observing nature. Of course, they...
By: Helena Whyte
Newton's three laws of motion are: the law of inertia, the relationship of acceleration and force and inertia, and the law of action and reaction. The law of inertia states that every body continues in its state of rest, or of uniform motion in a...
Is there a correct interpretation of quantum mechanics?
By: Brian Dodson
Is there a correct interpretation of quantum mechanics? The short answer is 'No'. Perhaps a better answer is 'Not Yet', but actually it is not clear at this point that there can be a single 'correct' interpretation of quantum mechanics. The most important notion is...
By: Nish Laverz
These are three of the most intriguing things in Physics and they are all connected to each other. Before we look at their connection lets take a look at each individually. Black Holes What are they? According to Einstein a black hole is a region...
By: John Traveler
In the first half of the sixteenth century, Nicolas Copernicus's heliocentric revelations modified mans understanding of the cosmos, taking the Earth out of the center of the universe and making it just one of 6 planets (those know in the day) it obit of the...
By: Wendy R.
Sir Isaac Newton was a physicist, mathematician, astronomer, theologian and alchemist. In 1686 he introduced his three laws of motion.The motion of objects can be explained through Newton's Laws of Motion. Newton's first law, the Law of Inertia, in simple terms, states that an...
An introduction to quantum physics and the law of attraction
By: Elaine Sihera
Thoughts govern our existence so we need to be careful what we think. Our thoughts make us into whatever we are by reacting to the vibrating energy around us to bring similar people, who think the same way, and the things we desire, whether positive...
By: Carol Gillespie
The drinking bird was invented by Miles V. Sullivan in 1945 and patented in 1946. The drinking bird was an instant hit. It is still a popular toy in the United States, as well as many other countries. It is fascinating to watch and a...
By: Tenebris
The law of attraction states that conscious and unconscious thoughts shape a person's reality. The more our thoughts are drawn toward a desired or feared event, the more likely it is to come to pass. Various versions of the law of attraction have been floating...
By: Tenebris
In 1687, Sir Isaac Newton published the Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy). It was quickly recognised as one of the most important scientific works ever written. For the first time in human history, the behaviour of moving objects had been reliably...

 

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