By: Chris Nichol
Are we ready for artificial intelligence, well in all truth, no, no we are not. The human race is not ready either technologically or physiologically ready for AI. The problem with the whole physiologically aspect is the fact that AI sheds doubt upon religion and...
By: Sapphire M. Brown
To What Extent is it Possible to ProduceValue-Free Research?With most research methods, the beliefs of the researcher can interfere with the way in which the research is collected. Value-free research is when the beliefs of the researcher do not have any affect on the...
Can we Separate Science from Ideology
By: Minh Tran
Can Science be separated from Ideology? This topic reminds me of the opening lecture of my scientific methodology course. The professor posed this very question to us and we had a long discussion. Though our reasonings are different, we seemed to reach the consensus that...
By: Anne Warchol
Visualizing infinity is a bit like imagining yourself as the opposite sex. You can think of looking in the mirror and imagining yourself as a man or a woman. Try to think or visualize what infinity is and you stumble. Infinity is a concept foreign...
By: Dave Stone
In case none of you are aware, there is a truth in the universe that is constant everywhere and under any circumstances. It is that the very small (microcosmic) will always mirror the very large (macrocosmic). Thus we find similarities between planets and atoms, Human...
By: Barbara A. Black
I'm sure that many people would say that the greatest invention ever is the internet or the computer. However, I might not put either one of them in the top ten.But I know what my number one invention of all time would be: the...
Visualizing infinity
By: Francis Jock
"Ladies and Gentlemen" the sleek looking stewardess announced "welcome to Quantum Space Lines Flight 300. Today we are glad that you have selected our newly designed Space Liner for your journey to Infinity and Then Some." I glanced over at my traveling companion who...
By: Jon Dainty Sr.
Samuel Finley Breese MorseA man revered for his art and his technical invention, Samuel F. B. Morse was born into a modest family headed by Jedediah Morse, a Congregational minister of Charlestown, Massachusetts, and a noted geographer. It was 27 April 1791. In years to...
By: Ivan Anthony
I had a lot of fun coming up with my list. The main problem I had was in limiting myself to just ten inventions. There are no less than ten more I had trouble leaving off, that very valid arguements could be made for. Regardless...
By: Roger Rudder
Notes on Space(collection)I did a little reading. I found a writer on Helium suggesting that the universe was once the size of a grapefruit. I have written on the message board of the Barbados Museum that if the universe is expanding as some modern scientists...

 

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