By: Dawna Dees
The possibility of robots taking over our world is far more likely to happen than many will care to admit. Who would admit to such an event taking place? Anyone who has a hand in this financially beneficial growing problem wouldn't. Admitting this issue actually...
Exploring the possibility of extraterrestrial races ever assuming control of the earth
By: Basel Varsally
There's always a chance when the crazy thought of if aliens will visit Earth is true or not. Recently, this topic is nothing new. It has been discussed on televisions, newspapers, Internet, books among other sources. If you go around and ask people: "Do you...
Does Science by its very Nature Undermine its Search Answers Obsolesce
By: Ernest Capraro
The "nature of science" has become a hot topic in the education establishment in recent years. The feeling is that children need to learn that science is a rational process, and not a list of empirical facts. Because science classes generally present our current understanding...
Writing instruments: The pencil
By: Effie Moore Salem
Pencils are inexpensive and are scattered all around. This is especially true when there are young children around. They need pencils to do their homework and they need pencil sharpeners to keep their blunt ends sharp. The best pencil sharpeners are the ones that plug...
Biography: Caleb Bradham
By: Jeanne Lawson
Caleb Davis Bradham (1867-1934) grew up in North Carolina and became a pharmacist after graduating from the School of Pharmacy at The University of Maryland. Originally, he went to college at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill to become a medical doctor however his...
The history of the umbrella
By: Marie-Luise Stromer
There may be parents of tots who'd fancy the possibility of having telescopic ones so that they can fold them and put them away in their shopping bags when they're too nerve-wracking in front of the supermarket till, for example; alas, this review offers no...
Visualizing infinity
By: Tom Koecke
"This is some kind of joke," I thought to myself as I approached the check-in counter at the Infinity Hotel because it seemed that was the only part of it that existed. If it weren't real, though, surely I would have seen disgruntled people...
Is the Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle Based on Fact or Fiction
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE{The Devil's Triangle}The history of the Bermuda Triangle, or Devil's Triangle, is a long and mysterious one. Situated in the region of the NorthWestern Atlantic Ocean {which stretches from Bermuda through to Puerto Rico and Miami} the Triangle has been blamed for many...
Should Scientists be Allowed Carte Blanche in their Experiments
By: Joseph Whalen
While noble and sincere as our intentions may be at times our methods and approach may not always be the safest, most ethical or most moral of choices. This is simply a product of human nature, which while not constrained to the realm of science...
Why scientists are more entrepreneurial in California than in New Zealand
By: Nicola Rowe
"It's not like California here," the New Zealand venture capitalist told me. "New Zealand science students aren't entrepreneurial they don't have that drive to spin their own ideas out and start their own businesses."The International Finance Corporation ranks New Zealand as the easiest...

 

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