By: Mayflor Markusic
The peculiar thing about many science nerds is that they refused to be labeled as a "science nerd." There is something entirely vague about that label and using it to describe one's entire person is atrocious. How do you know that someone is really...
The discovery of the Celendrical Date Line
By: Caroline Burberry
The earliest records of the Celendrical (international) date line, the point upon the Earth where today inextricably becomes tomorrow, are found in the bemused writings of perplexed explorers from the 16th century. An expedition led by Magellan arrived in the Cape Verde islands on, to...
Should Scientists be Allowed Carte Blanche in their Experiments
By: Darrin A Yarbrough
This is a very complicated and convoluted problem stemming from an interdisciplinary myopathy. The screwdriver guy never touches the wrench and the wrench guy does not know how to do the hammer. In many senses this is the very reason for the extent of human...
Could robots take over the world?
By: Scott Wilson - 341412
This question seems to pivot on whether we can initially create a robot that is, or becomes, a sentient being capable of independent thought and self-replication. Can we create a machine that thinks, learns and behaves like a human and indeed in a manner superior...
Why is there no new Einstein?
By: Daniel C.
The genius Albert Einstein was famous for his works in the theory of relativity, a physical theory of gravity, space, and time , which many of his theories today have been challenged with a few proved to be found incorrect. Not many people knew that Einstein...
By: Elton Gahr
The idea of robots taking over the world seems a bit absurd if you look at technology in the sense of the last century. The idea of losing control of our technology seems like something from Frankenstein, more more modern versions such as the matrix...
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
Robots, could they take over the world? This has been the dream of many Science Fiction writers for years. But now, as we move ever forward in the 21st Century, could those dreams now be turned into reality? I don't think it would happen just...
Bermuda Triangle Myth or Reality
By: Saleem Rustom
Reality more than Myth - The Bermuda Triangle has been the subject of many fascinating phenomena for, now, decades with unexplained occurring in the air or by sea. Many myths and disinformation "campaigns" have sprung up to try explaining the seemingly unexplained. Facts have not...
Carte Blance in Scientific Experiments
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
To determine whether scientists should be allowed carte blanche in their experiments, think of scientists as detectives. A detective would never be allowed controversial methods of gathering and processing information without regard to legal, moral, and ethical standards. Scientists are not allowed carte blance in...
Are people alone in the universe?
By: Michael Raven
We are not alone in the universe; we are all part of the one big family; we are all created by the one creator; and we do not belong to Jesus or his father, that is earthly superstition. But we are created by the light...

 

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