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CO2 increases life

22 July 2014

                All the fossil fuels were active biology in prehistory.  As man burns these fuels now, within 5 minutes there converted back into plant biomass!  282 more words


Gravity 101 - Rocket Science


I’ve decided to stop numbering these articles and start referring to specific topics.  My primary reason for this change is that I’ve been getting some interesting questions on the side and I might have to throw together a gravity related article at the drop of a hat (or a question).   1,988 more words


Did You Hit Ignore on my Tachyonic Antitelephone Call Before I Dialed?!

If you’ve watched more than your fair share of Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes, you might be familiar with a plot device where enterprise might “fire” tachyon particles at a “temporal distortion” or something of the like. 900 more words


On the shoulders of giants; Newton's vision

Sir Isaac Newton (1642 – 1727) – Lucasian Professor (1669-1702), knighted in 1705, President of the royal society (1703-1727), Warden of the Mint (1696-1699) then Master of the Mint in (1699-1727) – is considered today one of the most influential scientists of all time. 388 more words


This Guy Is Crazy Enough To Stick His Hand In Liquid Nitrogen

This Guy Is Crazy Enough To Stick His Hand In Liquid Nitrogen

July 11, 2014 | by Justine Alford

photo credit: David Monniaux, via Wikimedia Commons. 224 more words

Physics Articles

Let it go, Let it go

Have you been wanting to turn water into ice just like Elsa from Disney’s® Frozen?  Did you think it was impossible? Well now is your chance to try it for yourself! 301 more words