By: Ian Loft
The human race has evolved in part through ability to be innovative, to adapt in order to survive and of course because we can invent ways to solve the insoluble. Nobody could have thought thee hundred years ago that replacing major organs in a human...
By: Sofia Khan - 363170
Pondering Space and Time A shift in perspectivePondering over the subject of time and space from a society & lifestyle' angle brings about a new perspective. Time is money - so is space in today's world. When man first walked the planet, space and time...
By: Nathan Perkins
Can the eyes play tricks on the ears? With the dawn of new studies about how the brain processes sight and sound, efforts have been launched to intentionally trick the ears so as to help the bind to see.It has been determined that sight...
Ufos Unidentified Flying Objects Fact or Fiction
By: Jasmine
UFOs definitely do exist. If you look up into the sky and see something but don't know what it is, then it is by definition an Unidentified Flying Object. This could be something as simple as an aircraft you can't identify or a species of...
By: Courtney Thornburgh
Is seeing believing? Researchers from the University of Chicago say that, in certain situations, it indeed can be. There, a new study was published on December 20, 2007 which identified the regions of the brain that are responsible for tricking our ears on a daily...
Can we Separate Science from Ideology
By: Moshe ben-Avraham
When I finished my graduate studies at the Boston campus of the University of Massachusetts, I was given by the department the book of essays by Dr. victor Weisskopf "The Privilege of Being a Physicist" because graduate studies- and especially the initiation into professional research...
By: Lynne G
The concept of infinity is all around us and is quite easy to grasp. Many people have difficulty visualizing infinity, because they try to define it through the eyes of their limited human existence, experiences or beliefs. Even scientists are limited, as they must turn...
By: Cynthia Basham
One beautiful, spring morning you get up and get ready for work just as you do every day. With a fresh cup of steaming coffee in hand you step out onto the porch, breathe in the fresh air and bend down to pick up the...
By: Douglas Black
The vastness of the universe and galaxies suggest a complexity that we have yet to understand. It would be a foolish assumption to consider our existence to be the only fish in the sea of deep space. In the last century we have only started...
By: Ben Hughes
Samuel Finley Breese Morse was born in Charlestown Massachusetts in 1791. He was the first child of Jedidiah Morse a Congregational Minister and geographer and Elizabeth Ann Finley Breese.During the course of his life and in the subsequent decades he became more renowned for...

 

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