By: Shaheen Daad
Science derives from the Latin word scientia, meaning knowledge. In the strictest sense, science can only be one subject-knowledge. While it is possible to make general divisions in science, these divisions can never be strict. At first sight, botany and zoology appear to be distinct...
Are human beings superior to other animals?
By: Christyl Rivers
There are three kinds of people who exist. In the majority are those that think humanity is the highest pinnacle of creation on Earth. They believe, if not in God, than at least in a hierarchy of being which puts people on top. Then there...
Manned Mission to Mars is not only Practical it is Vital
By: E.L. Colme
Curiosity drives humankind to accomplish things that they themselves thought impossible. If there were no natural drive to discover and explore worlds beyond our own, then neither the United States nor their rival counterparts would have bothered with space exploration as a point of competition...
Fun facts about Daylight Savings Time
By: Kimberly Napier
In the spring, when the clocks move forward by one hour, Daylight Saving Time will be amongst here. This ritual of losing an hour sleep, has left many people wondering why the US does this. Beginnings Daylight Saving time was first presented by a London...
By: Lydia Epstein
There is no absolute truth in science. There are, however, certain features of science that give it a distinctive character as a mode of inquiry. Even if the evidence supports a theory today, later on, new evidence may show that the theory needs revision. A...
By: Alan Grover
Zombies, vampires, the homeless, legless war veterans, women who wear dresses made of meat, and crooked politicians, all products of a society without focus. Where will humankind of this nature end up? In the future is there a world for these people and their problems...
Where is humankind destined to be in the future?
By: Stella Kaye
Humankind lives on the same small rock in a vast cosmos that would not notice if they were to one day obliterate themselves along with their earthly home. Humanity is in fact at a very precarious stage in history with a questionable destiny thought by...
By: Cameron Scott
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield is now on his third voyage to space. This time, he travelled by Soyuz rocket, but in the past, he travelled on the space shuttle. He's even been on the Russian space station Mir, before its orbit was lowered to let...
By: Cameron Scott
Canada's proud of its astronauts! Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield is now on his third trip into space, and this time he's in charge of the International Space Station. In many ways, Canada's really like a small town (his home town of Sarnia, Ontario, barely qualifies...
Women who have been into space
By: Christyl Rivers
Russian Cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova was the first woman in space. In June of 1963 she orbited the planet Earth 48 times. The grueling 70-hour stint in orbit gave Tereshkova the distinction of having spent more time in orbit than all the U.S. Mercury astronauts...

 

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