By: Wendy R.
The telegraph is a piece of equipment used to transmit information in a form different than the traditional written form of the time. The very first telegraphs were optical in nature, and involved the use of smoke signals to send messages. They were also capable...
Vanishing Craft in the Bermuda Triangle can be Explained by Boring old Statistics
By: Scott Wilson - 341412
In the history of human observation, there has been no scientifically verified, publicly acknowledged sighting of either extra-terrestrial or meta-physical phenomena. None. Conspiracy theorists will argue that officials will never acknowledge such sightings for fear of public unrest. I beg to differ. Government officials are...
Book reviews: The Origin, by Irving Stone
By: Rena Sherwood
Charles Darwin had a nickname for his seminal work, "On the Origin of Species" (1859) – "The Origin" (1980), which is why biographical novelist Irving Stone chose that as the title of his novel about Darwin. Although the novel is a work of fiction which...
Exploring the possibility of extraterrestrial races ever assuming control of the earth
By: Wes Kelly
One possible way for extraterrestrials to assume control of the earth would be for human beings to leave or evacuate the earth – and then return to pick up where they had left off. While this might sound like a cop out on the premise...
Difference between waterproof and water resistant
By: James Johnson
Waterproof and water resistant, to many people they sound the same and are used interchangeably. Unfortunately for those people, the terms are different, and mistaking them can be costly depending on what you are doing. The best example would be electronics, something like a watch...
Basics of paranormal investigation
By: Leigh Prout
Investigating Poltergeist Phenomena Poltergeists are probably one of the most powerful and destructive of the haunting phenomena. Cases have been recorded worldwide and are often the product of high levels of stress or emotion being exerted, usually by an adolescent child. This article gives a...
The most important accidental scientific discoveries
By: Mary Tyrer
Many discoveries happen accidentally. This is the true story of a freak accidental injury to a railway worker by the name of Phineas Gage. The year was 1848, long before the sophisticated medical machines that doctors today have at his or her disposal. Phineas Gage...
By: Richard Serra
A while back, I talked about a solution to the growing problems of ID theft, fraud, and the threat to National Security. Recently the government announced the move to use "Biometrics" for Identifying Immigrants etc. A very good move since many countries now use "Biometrics"...
By: Elizabeth M Young
When the corporate buzz-words "Think outside of the box!" were first barked out, some of us cringed at this new effort to motivate workers to think in abstract and new ways about old work. The flaw in the whole idea of switching to abstract...
By: Das Govind
Should we be worried that Science cannot explain everything ? I personally do not believe that we should be worried that science cannot explain everything. Maybe in due course science may be able to explain most things, but there are many things that are going to...

 

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