By: Nancy Houser
Normal everyday activities are taken for granted, from the minute the first baby steps are taken. Balancing and falling down are part of this early developmental process, not becoming a problem until sometime later on in life, when falling down and dizziness limits an individual's...
By: Malvika Bose
Do it at home experiments should be full of fun and yet should be able to explain some facts of science to the children. Children love to play with colours and there are a few experiments which are simple yet never cease to fascinate them...
By: George Ivanov
Today's jet aircraft are impressive. French, American, Russian and English fighter jets have the capability to fly several times faster than sound. Passenger transport has been revolutionized, with the capability to carry hundreds of passengers speedily and efficiently over long distances.How has this become...
By: Chris Defonseka
REVOLUTIONARY INDUSTRIAL TRENDS FOR THE FUTURE -The industrial scene has seen rapid changes and growth, over the years due to continuing research. And today, new challenges have to be faced due to escalating costs and environmental issues. Scientists and even people with little or no...
By: Chris Pearce
In prehistoric times, people used the sun to tell the time of day. When the sun rose in the morning, they knew it was time to rise and get on with their daily tasks. They knew that the middle of the day was when the...
By: Eric Sutherland
Comments on the 14 Targets from the American Association for the Advancement of ScienceMake Solar Energy AffordableThis will help expand the already growing usage and give cities the Star Trek look, but for the right reasons. Some conservation's might not like it, but it is...
By: W. Diane Van Zwol
Dimino Dynamics: From Non-Existence to ExistenceWhat is really needed in terms of discoveries is an awareness of the reality of dimino dynamics.How is it possible for what is not to become what is?If it is true that nothing gives birth to nothing, then...
By: A. South
Marie Curie's unprecedented work with radioactivity brought her fame, respect in the field of science, an unprecedented pair of Nobel Prizes, and eventually death in 1934.Marie Sklodowska Curie was born in Poland in 1867. From there, along with her husband, Pierre Curie, she became...
By: Jon Griffin
What puzzles me about Artificial Intelligence is the way people are afraid to use it, because a robot might go AWOL and cause the destruction of the human race. Artificial Intelligence poses no threat the human raceonly that it could make our lives so easy...
By: Sean Curtis
Space and time. It's one of those subjects that can make your head hurt. In fact, I distinctly remember being a kid, maybe six or seven, and laying in my bed at night unable to sleep. Earlier that day I'd been to church with my...

 

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