An explanation of Newton's three laws of motion
By: Clint Rogers
Published in 1687 by Sir Isaac Newton, Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematic, or, Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, describes not only significant mathematical and physical interpretations needed to understand the motion of objects in our universe, but it formed the basis for all research in physics...
The role of the sun in time travel theory
By: Nish Laverz
Could the sun be used as a way to facilitate time travel? Let's take a look at TV Shows and Movies that have done this before looking at weather it would be possible. Some Movies and TV Shows that have used the sun to facilitate...
Book reviews: Surely You're Joking Mr. Feynman, by Richard Feynman
By: Molly Froerer
Richard Feynman is a Nobel-winning scientist who worked with Oppenheimer and Einstein on the atomic bomb, was a professor at Cornell, and gave lectures on physics throughout the world. He also has a sense of humor and can write. This is further proof that the...
Isaac Newton's Three Laws of Motion
By: Jade Twits
Isaac Newton, a famous physicist, developed three laws of motion in 1687. The universe and every one of us obey these laws every day with every single movement that we make. These laws and examples of each are detailed below. Newton's First Law of Motion...
Could an Omniscient Spiritual Field Conserve Quantum Superposition Information
By: Gary C. Gibson
Yes, I believe that a faith based spiritual field may underlie all of the apparent quantum mechanical concatenations that comprise the field we humans interpret through cognitive facilities as a spatial universe set in time. It is a wonderful appearing Universe with ever increasing mystery...
What are nanomaterials and what are their applications
By: Senadheera Jayakody
Nanotechnology is one of the most emerging technologies in the world today. Nanotechnology simply can be defined as the production and application of various components by controlling size and shape at the nanometer scale. A nanometer equals to 10-9m or one millionth of a millimeter...
Back to the future: How light speed makes time travel possible
By: Terrence Aym
"The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible." - Sir Arthur C. ClarkeTime travel has likely been a dream of Mankind since our ancestors huddled together in caves. Who wouldn't like...
By: Michael Capraro
BLEVE is an acronym for Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosion. Even if the term is unfamiliar to you, you might be familiar with the dramatic results of a BLEVE from news reports of chemical plant fires or train derailments. This is a brief introduction...
What is the next leap in physics?
By: Eric Goudie
There are a number of things that could constitute the next leap in physics, thanks to countless incremental steps in many different areas. The next leap in physics will have to be something that transcends the scientific community and grabs the popular psyche. More than...
The issues around nuclear power
By: Khoa Nguyen - 551387
Nuclear energy is like a duel edged sword; on one end, it can produce massive amounts of electricity for pennies on the dollar to power entire cities, and on the other hand, it leaves behind dangerous waste that can last for thousands of years. This...
« Previous 1 … 72 73 74 75 76 … 108 Next »