Quantum Mechanics
By: James Boyd
So many questions have puzzled scientists for years. Is light a wave or a particle? How does gravitation fit with the other three known forces? What the heck is dark matter? What is dark energy? How many angels can dance on the head of a...
Calculating the possibilities of other life in the universe
By: D. Vogt
It is possible, at least speculatively, to calculate the possibility of other intelligent life in the universe. Since the 1960s, a general equation for doing so has existed, and is known as the Drake Equation. The Drake Equation tells us what variables will probably affect...
By: Tarek Musslimani
In this article, the concept of the spin is discussed, and in particular the electron spin due to its importance to the understanding of the theory of chemical bond and spectroscopic information of atoms and molecules. Spin is a fundamental property of all particles on...
Exploring the theory that time does not exist
By: Christyl Rivers
Does time exist as anything other than our measure of it? Could there ever have been a "fifteen minutes before the Big Bang?" Time exists as something relative to our perception and movement. For events to have any kind of sequence, or order, we...
Exploring the theory that time does not exist
By: Thundax
Before I begin, please don't attempt to discredit, discard, ignore, or somehow invalidate anything I'm about to say before you think long and hard about it. I ask only one thing of you. Open your mind to other potentials. Open your mind to other viewpoints...
Amazing physics experiment to test if universe is an illusion
By: Terrence Aym
In a relatively short period of time we may awake one morning to discover we aren't who we think we are and not where we thought we lived.In case you don't know it, our entire reality may be nothing more than a cartoon.Like...
Amazing new invisibility cloak: Slip it on and disappear
By: Terrence Aym
Maybe Helium should start a "What will they think of next?" category. Really, it would make sense. The 21st Century is shaping up to be an era that's bringing everything that was once exclusively in the realm of science fiction into the world of...
Quantum God
By: William Remski
This question is a good example of complete nonsense. There is no such thing as omniscience. There is no such thing as a spiritual field. Quantum superposition deals with knowing the eigenstate of a wave function depending on how the system is observed. This nonsense...
A physics first: Captured anti-matter particles much longer-lived
By: Terrence Aym
For months speculation has mounted over the gigantic strides forward CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Switzerland might make. Breakthroughs in particle physics have been anticipated by the world's physicists like the eagerness exhibited by small children during the approaching holidays.Christmas has arrived early...
By: Phyllis Logie
Marie Curie, nee Sklodowski, was born in Warsaw, Poland on the 7th November 1867 to parents who were both educators. When Marie was growing up, Poland was in the grips of Russians and German occupation. This in practical terms meant that the ‘Strangers’ as...

 

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