By: Zachary Reeder
Living in Space has many different problems and complications that are needed to be overcome before space travel and living is economically and biologically viable. Some of these problems include the effects of weightlessness or microgravity, Fitness, general wellbeing and health, air, water electricity, heat...
By: Ankit Sharma
Force, Mass and Acceleration Experiment.Method In this experiment I aim to find out how the force and mass affect acceleration. I shall do this by setting up an experiment involving a ticker tape timer and trolley, to keep the experiment as fair as possible...
By: L. Merlino
Successfully living in space will ultimately depend upon a controlled and sustainable habitat that shelters, nurtures and nourishes its inhabitants, much like our home planet does. I see recyclable water sources, indoor gardens with lots of grow-lites, a well placed easy chair or two in...
By: Alwin Templar
Human beings have always longed to fly. When our early ancestors were gazing at the heavens it's highly likely that they cast an occasional and envious eye towards the birds soaring above them. History is littered with tales of dreamers and 'flying' monks who confidently...
By: Rob Onion
United States Aerospace SystemWorking at one of the busiest airports, at one of the busiest general aviation airport, I consider myself to be an extremely busy instructor. Airspace is a huge part of my daily teaching curriculum. I have to make sure that all my...
Can we Separate Science from Ideology
By: Denitsa Jane
I soon had to listen a lecture on the diplomacy in science. In physics to be precise. I came out of it extremely worried.To answer simply on the debate- No.To answer in lengthier way- Dream on.Science, as close to full devotion it...
Scientific responsibility: Do androids dream of stem cell research?
By: Matthew Recker
A midnight rainstorm provided cover for the scientists. The water striking the roof of the abandoned warehouse drowned out the buzz of their machines and allowed them to work undisturbed. Their work was fraught with chance for disaster, but the potential benefits were too...
Top ten greatest inventions of all time
By: Steven Mars
The first (chronologically) of the top ten inventions of all time is the wheel. It was first used in Mesopotamia in 3500 B.C. The wheel has since been important for future inventions like horse-drawn carriages and automobiles. The invention ranked second place of all...
By: Steve Marshall
Universal Laws, do they exist and how did they come about? Is there really a Law of Coincidence? Is there really unseen forces or other spiritual laws at work controlling or directing us in some way? For example the Law of Karma. In the end...
By: gemini girl
Astrology is a controversial topic for many scientists.They often believe that its claims are wrong-headed, dangerous even, and have been disproved. Unfortunately these arguments are scarcely ever based on actual research. There has in fact been very little serious research into astrology and its...

 

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