The best universities and colleges for mathematics education
By: Angelica Hidalgo
There are a vast majority of colleges and universities out in the education field. While some cater to a wide variety of fields, some specialize in certain individual fields. One example of a specific field would be mathematics. Even in schools that cater to many...
By: Wendy R.
Madame Marie Curie was one of the biggest women pioneers of Science. Madame Curie was born in 1868 as Maria Sklodowska in Warsaw, Poland, the fifth child of teachers. Marie stayed in Poland until she was 24, at which time she went to study in...
Why we should adopt the metric system
By: J. Russ
The original intent of the metric system is to have one name for each characteristic to be measured. For example, the only unit of distance is the meter. That characteristic could then be magnified or diminished with an appropriate prefix. For example, 'deci' means...
Could robots take over the world?
By: Rick Badman
To say it will be impossible for robots to take over the world in the future is like saying it is impossible to fly to Mars and back. Until it happens, it is considered impossible. There are many ways robots could take over the world...
Why airlines should change from "black boxes" to remote recoding of contant broadcast monitoring information
By: James Johnson
The black box in the airplane is a recording device that constantly monitors everything that goes on in the cockpit of an airplane: communications, wind speed and even if the pilot passes gas! The tape is for 30 minutes and then constantly recycles. The box...
Can miracles be explained scientifically?
By: forgetmenot
The principle paradigm of natural sciences is creating models that can be verified by doing the experiment properly prepared. Miracles are phenomena or events , individual, unique, inexplicable. They are therefore in opposition to the foundations of science. And therefore, is there any room for...
Understanding Zeroth law of thermodynamics
By: Bryan Uber
The Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics states: If body A is in thermal equilibrium with body C and if body B is in thermal equilibrium with body C, then body A and body B are in thermal equilibrium. One can begin to understand this law...
Why Ufos Exist
By: Terrence Aym
[Author's note: Numerous hypertext links are scattered throughout this article; for maximum enjoyment I suggest you click them as you see them.] Some Background: Terminology and DefinitionsThe acronym "UFO" is very misleading. "Unidentified Flying Object" is too general a term for identification purposes. This...
Could robots take over the world?
By: Andrew Williams - 534286
Well known among conspiracy theorists, a notorious radio program called Coast to Coast AM drifts through the airwaves in the middle of the night. The host, Art Bell, used to discuss topics ranging from aliens to government coverups to bizarre World Weekly News stories that...
By: Bluebird
Why is it so hard to believe that we are not alone in this universe? Are we such a competent and near perfect race that we may claim to be the only ones flourishing on a small planet in a mammoth universe. I don't...

 

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