By: Twain Kofis
ClockA clock is an instrument for measuring time. True clocks have an announcing or striking mechanism that sounds after each set interval of time, usually by ringing a bell. A silent clock without a striking mechanism is traditionally known as a timepiece.The clock is...
By: gemini girl
The word clock was first used in the 14th century (about 700 years ago). It comes from the word for bell in Latin ("clocca").The first way that people could tell the time was by looking at the sun as it crossed the sky. When...
By: D. M. McDonald
By any measurable standard, the United States is at the top of the scientific and technological world; this is undisputed. But, how long will it last? Recently, the state of science in America has been in the news quite often, and what we hear is...
Biography: Wilbur and Orville Wright
By: Steven Mars
Wilbur and Orville Wright are known as the Wright Brothers. Wilbur was born on April 16, 1867 in Millville, Indiana and died on May 30, 1912 of Typhoid Fever in Dayton, Ohio at the age of 45. Orville was born on August 19, 1871 in...
Can we Separate Science from Ideology
By: Sam Beever
Yes, we can seperate science from ideology.An ideology is a collection of ideas. From this definition, using it strictly, Science is not a ideology.Instead, Science is really a methodology. It is a process we use to collect accurate information about our environment. The...
By: El Jennino Keech
How interesting is this! A off-shoot of the Philadelphia Experiment, the Montauk Project was headed up and funded by an unknown source. Researchers theorise that the 'anonymous source(s)' were Nazis or even that it was funded by Nazi gold. However, that's not the interesting part...
By: Christopher Doyon
Life and intelligence are the natural consequence of a particular pattern of ordered complexity. The medium does not matter; carbon atoms, electrons, light, even symbols.Once any pattern reaches this ordered complexity, it becomes a living being - then a thinking entity. While this ordered...
Is the Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle Based on Fact or Fiction
By: Duane Kuehn
The historical facts of missing aircraft and ocean vessels disappearing without a trace into this "mysterious" Bermuda Triangle, they alone prove the existence of this "Devil's triangle". Though the Columbus experience of a light seen is often quoted as a part of this evidence, the...
Can we Separate Science from Ideology
By: Gary C. Gibson
Can science be separated from language? Is empiricism a valid philosophy though Quine should that the analytic/synthetic distinction isn't for epistemological purposes? Is it possible to regard science as a completely non-linguistic activity, or could it exist without any macro-economic circumstantial funding ? Language phonemes assembled...
By: Angela Donlon-Gatchell
The strangest recent scientific discovery, in my opinion, is the "self-cooling can" made by Tempra. This self-cooling can drops to a minimum of 30 degrees Fahrenheit and will be introduced by (enter drum roll please) Miller.This self-cooling effect occurs when the heat is pulled...

 

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