Does science by its very nature undermine its own search for answers and obsolesce itself?
By: G E Barr
Since there are so many unanswered questions and as time goes on, new knowledge to acquire, the nature of science is really quite evolutionary. Science is the avenue for all sorts of careers and is absolutely essential in the discovery of improving life itself, learning...
Fun do-it-yourself science experiments
By: Fred Ko
New Orleans Voodoo Doll1.Gather the Things You'll Need, listed below. 2 strong sticks Spanish moss scrap fabric cut in 2 inch strips 2 to 3 feet long (color of your choice) yarn that complements or contrasts fabric string hemp cord, or waxed thread, beads...
Aging Research should be Grounded
By: Eric Yager
The "baby boomer" generation consists of approximately 78 million Americans born between 1946 and 1964. As members of this generation start to reach/pass the age of retirement, the strain on federal assistance programs and health care systems will continue to grow. For instance, it is...
Are people alone in the universe?
By: J. Merrill
We are not alone in the universe. It is too vast, it's immense size, multitude of planets similar to ours, and the recent discovery of key amino acids for DNA in a meteorite, create the probability that there are other technologically advanced speciesAssuming Drake's equation...
The history of the calendar
By: Ray Burke
What year are we really in?:When are we? Nominally, we are in the Christian year of 2008, but we are also in the Islamic year 1386, Chinese year 4608 (or 4706, 4705, or 4645, depending on the reign of Huang Di, inventor of the...
UFO
By: Richard Leavere
High StrangenessI can't speak for anyone other than myself, but I must admit that. The idea of UFO's and those who might pilot them and be part of commonly referred to, as ET is a fascinating concept to say the very least! The journey to...
Are people alone in the universe?
By: Millard Hahs
Here exists the long standing question, to find the answer is currently the historical “holy grail” and motivating desire of many branches of science and pseudo-science—shared by competing teams from different sectors of planet earth-a question posed by many thinking people everywhere...
By: Nancy Houser
"The tests we have done in our test facility during the past few days show the robotic arm can deliver the simulated Martian soil through the opening with the doors in this configuration," said William Boynton of the University of Arizona, Tucson, lead scientist...
Are people alone in the universe?
By: Xavier Grey
Sufficed to say that at this point most rational people will admit there's at least a remote possibility that life exists beyond Earth's confines. There are no doubt exceptions, though some of the most unlikely probabilities conceivable would be necessary to discount the potential. Math...
Are Science and Ideology Separate Things
By: Nancy Houser
Science and ideology use different interpretations of similar thought processes, attempting to achieve the same goal in the end. I think an old saying is many different roads lead to Rome, yet they will all get there eventually. Whether or not we separate science from...

 

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