Ufos and what to do about them
By: Anthony Megna
Most of us know that the letters UFO stands for Unidentified Flying Object. But let's take a closer look The first word is unidentified, and that is really the key. No one can identify these flying objects, because if they could there would be no...
Why is there no new Einstein?
By: Marc Phillippe Babineau
Who says that there is no knew Einstein? Maybe there is nobody with the physical presence, the eyes that portray some mischievousness and a great sense of humour. If Albert Einstein were alive today, he would most assuredly be extremely impressed with the knowledge...
All about the Boeing 737-300
By: Robert Waldvogel
Seeking to complete its family of quad-engined, long-range 707s and tri-engined, medium-range 727s with a twin-engined, short-range airliner, and capture some of the market already filled by the similarly-configured SE.210 Caravelle, BAC-111, and DC-9, Boeing had designed a low-wing aircraft which had deviated from...
All about the Boeing 717
By: Robert Waldvogel
Tracing its lineage to the DC-9, the MD-80, and the MD-90, the Boeing 717, which had inceptionally been designated the MD-95, had been the last purely-McDonnell-Douglas aircraft and the first and only to have been transferred to Boeing for continued production.Conceived as an advanced...
What is the Shaw Prize?
By: Abby Way
The Shaw Prize is an international award that has been granted on an annual basis since 2004. It is awarded to individuals "regardless of race, nationality and religious belief who have achieved significant breakthrough..." in three different fields. It is based in Hong Kong...
Maybe they will even Find Planes and Ships
By: Rick Badman
There are places in the world that are weird. The Bermuda Triangle is one such place. I remember watching a weather report over 30 years ago which showed the cloud cover over the United States. The clouds parted in a roughly triangular shape over the...
By: Grant Mckenzie
The basic turbojet engine has five stages, four of which are designed to add energy to the airflow and one designed to release that energy to increase the available thrust. The diffuser at the front of the engine and the nozzle at the rear simply...
Using science as a rational foundation for personal belief systems
By: Jozef Bicerano
Science combines empirical observation and theorizing to understand what the universe consists of and how it works; providing an objective and rational foundation, based on what can be discovered by the human intellect, for personal belief systems. Science cannot answer certain questions, but as curious...
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
The question is: Are we alone in the universe? I, myself, can categorically state that we are not. Why do I state that as fact? Simply because yesterday I saw a UFO? Now you who are reading this may laugh out loud, call me a...
The Signal UFO
By: Mohamed Salman Faris
The SignalAre we alone? Many people are unaware, that the answer to this question is already known to certain people in this world. No one will believe the following story, but all the events that this article contains, has happened in the past years.Most...

 

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