By: D. Vogt
Swedish engineers have found a strange new natural resource for heating nearby buildings: human body unit. The engineers are already implementing their design at Central Station, in Stockholm. Human beings generate a lot of body heat, especially in large numbers and cramped into close confines...
By: Michael Totten
Anthropomorphism is the action of attributing or assigning human motivations, emotions, reasoning ability, or personality to a non-human animal, plant, moving object, inanimate object, or force of nature. Even abstract concepts can be assigned human personality and conversation. Anthropomorphism can frequently be identified through art...
Science and the Law of Attraction Theory
By: Darrin A Yarbrough
In order for science to support a theory, it has to be falsifiable, verifiable, or have some empirical deductive/inductive proof. If an experiment could be created to provide any of the criteria necessary to apply the scientific method, then there is a possibility for the...
By: Tim Harry
Time was once simply measured in astronomical terms, with the passage of the sun recording the passage of time. Surprisingly this can be a relatively accurate method of telling the time. Greater accuracy though occurred through the use of mechanical devices, and more latterly electronic...
No other Explanation but Divine Creation
By: Jay O'Toole
How strong can a concept be, if the best way to prove the concept is to disqualify all other concepts? How great is the human, who sees the flaws in the thoughts of all other humans, but offers no positive concept for fear of being...
The strangest recent scientific discoveries
By: Christyl Rivers
Just in 2010 alone, scientists found new planets, new life forms, new archaeological sites, and even new life on earth. To start with the outer reaches of planetology light years beyond our own world, evidence of exoplanets, bloated stars, possible worm holes and more are...
By: Terrence Aym
You're surrounded by robots and you probably don't even know it. Most are not all that obvious and they won't come up to you and speak like the Jetson's Rosie, but they will interact with you.Even if you're unaware of them, they know you're...
By: Terrence Aym
Two separate research teams at the University of Birmingham and MIT have made breakthroughs in the quest to achieve workable invisibility by using a material called calcite, a common crystallized type of calcium carbonate found in most seashells. Calcite's unique refractive qualities have been known...
By: Jaimee Van Niekerk
How pendulum clocks work As complex as the mechanisms of a pendulum clock appear, they are not any more complicated than a battery operated clock. They have been used since 1656, and over many years, clock designers have worked out methods of creating accuracy with...
How tower cranes work
By: Peter Truman
The tower crane is a self-erecting crane also commonly known as a Kangaroo crane. The name Kangaroo crane comes from Australia where they were developed for use in the construction of modern high rise buildings. Modern, tall buildings would not be possible without the use...

 

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