Everything is a big deal on Earth. You know why? Because gravity always pulls us down. Without something pulling us back down, going upwards would never have been a big deal. 38 more words
Look how fast the PTB reacted to a rapper coming out with Flat Earth subject matter.
First, NASA shill, Neil DeGrasse responded immediately on twitter and that night, Comedy Central (where lefty liberals get their “real news” (think about that for one sec!)). 113 more words
Back in November 2015, interested people around the world (most quietly) celebrated the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s theory of general relativity. American Physicist Brian Greene, whom I once saw speak about string theory in Michigan back in 2002, was among those asked to visit many of the U.S. 199 more words
By Marc J. Seifer
Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) was an electrical inventor, well known as a competitor of arch rival Tom Edison. Where Edison’s inventions include the light bulb, the microphone in the telephone and the phonograph, Tesla’s inventions include fluorescent lighting, the AC hydroelectric power system and wireless communication. 4,747 more words