Why Religion and Science do not Mix
By: Roberto Chiodetti
Could an omniscient spiritual field conserve quantum superposition information? The first time i read this question my first taught was on line of " you gotta be kidding". Will it ever end? What does that question even means? We know what superposition information is...
The difference between a rocket and a jet
By: Gavin Cordell
Ever since the first humans looked up into the sky and saw birds, we have been enthralled with flight. In the last hundred years, not only have we achieved it, we have come to excel at it, going to speeds and heights that birds could...
By: Richard Serra
The average person would probably not really know the real difference between the two, but they do know that each cannot be connected to each other in the hopes that a DC motor will run from a house electrical outlet. They would soon find out...
What is the next leap in physics?
By: Rodney Bartlett
Like Dr. Michio Kaku in the book “Physics of the Impossible”, I believe that time travel is possible but unlike him, I don't believe in parallel universes. I hope to show that the combination of belief in time travel/disbelief in parallel universes validates string...
Planck's Law: Why UV radiation is so dangerous
By: Glen Brizius
One of the most fascinating aspects of chemistry, and science in general, is the electromagnetic spectrum. While the subject can become very complex, it can be elegantly summed up in a very simple equation that anyone can understand: Planck's Law. This equation is as follows:...
By: Mishra Planeswalker
It is the nature of physicists to be able to see relationships between natural phenomena. This is most clearly and simply done through a graphical analysis, where one quantity that changes will be plotted on the x-axis of a graph, and the y-axis will display...
By: Elizabeth M Young
It is all in the "trans" when it comes to comparing transparency with translucence. Both terms describe objects that allow light waves to pass through, but the difference is vast, when it comes to being able to look at the substance or object and to...
Can black holes be characterized?
By: Brian Dodson
Although most people have some notion of what a black hole is, you can’t decide on how to characterize one without a precise definition. Such a precise definition is known in general relativity, but the details are too complex for this essay. Roughly, however...
By: Alison Bowler
The Noble Prize winner Ernest Rutherford was born on 30 August 1871, in Nelson, New Zealand. His parents, James and Martha had a large family of seven sons and five daughters. Ernest was their second son and fourth child. At age 15, he obtained a...
By: Helena Whyte
Water is a polar molecule. The force of attraction between positively charged hydrogen atoms on one water molecule and the negatively charged oxygen atom on another water molecule results in intermolecular forces. The intermolecular force is called a hydrogen bond. Other molecular forces in water...

 

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