By: Nathan Theodore
On March 4, 1879, in the city of Ulm in Wurttemberg, Germany, a person was born who would shake the foundations of Newtonian physics Albert Einstein. Julian Schwinger writes, "Just as Isaac Newton dominated the scientific scene in the seventeenth century, so Albert Einstein...
By: Chris C
OK, having read the other articles in this category, I have to respond. Some of the writers are completely WRONG in what they have written and others are right on.I am qualified to respond to this subject based on years of Military training in...
By: Keith Anderson - 52976
Do time machines really exist? No. No as such. Can they exist? The answer is an absolute...maybe. The physics is complicated, but there are some loopholes that might be big enough to fit a person through. I don't claim to understand all of it...
By: Neil Buckley
This is something in which I have had a profound interest since I was very young. As I've grown up and read lots of books, I've realised how viable it actually is.When someone mentions time travel, it most probably conjures up images of a...
By: Richard Kerk-Hecker
Dark EnergyWhen Einstein was making his historic discoveries and deductions about the nature of the our Universe, his General Theory of Relativity predicted that the combined gravitational energy of the all the matter in the Universe should be pulling everything together towards an enormous implosion...
By: Richard Kerk-Hecker
Living In A Ten Dimensional UniverseHumans live in a four dimensional Universe (three spatial dimensions plus time), because that is all we are able to perceive. But we know there must be more. There are too many enigmatic phenomena in the Universe that can only...
By: Dean L. Sinclair
The explanations for Special Relativity given by others tell the results of applying Einstein's Special Relativity ideas. However, there is a slightly different view on Einstein's work. The term, "Relativity" is a statement of the fact that information is relative to an observer. Einstein's ideas...
By: Jessica Lemon
Edward Teller was possibly the most important political scientist of the twentieth century as his name will forever be associated with the ground breaking development of thermonuclear weapons. Teller was the key player of the atomic age from the nineteen forties onwards; he was a...
By: Andrew Pahel
When I was but a little boy, I remember going to an air show on an Air force base. I never saw a more incredible sight. One thing wandered through my mind though, how could something so big and heavy stay airborne? This is...
By: Richard Serra
As a child in grade school, I would day dream about time travel. I always thought of going into the future to see what it would bring. Today, I dream of time travel as a means to revisit my past and beyond. Science fiction movies...

 

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