Tag: Science

Einstein’s Legacy: Unraveling the Brilliance of a Timeless Mind

Albert Einstein, an extraordinary physicist, was born on March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Germany. He has left an everlasting imprint on the field of science and is widely regarded as one of the most brilliant minds in history. Through his groundbreaking discoveries, he revolutionized our understanding of the universe, laying the foundation for modern physics. …

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Double Trouble: Unveiling the Canine Enigma

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Beyond the Stars: Igniting Interstellar Dreams with Fusion Power

The best source of energy for space travel depends on the specific mission requirements, the duration of the journey, and the technology available. In space travel, there are a few primary energy sources that have been and are being considered: 1. Chemical Propulsion: Chemical rockets, which use chemical reactions to produce thrust, have been the …

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Benjamin Franklin: A Trailblazer in American History

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Step into the extraordinary life of Benjamin Franklin, an icon whose brilliance and insatiable thirst for knowledge shaped the very fabric of American history. From humble beginnings to groundbreaking scientific discoveries, from political influence to diplomatic triumphs, Franklin’s impact on society is nothing short of awe-inspiring. In this essay, we will embark on a captivating …

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Bill Nye Just the Tip

The Real Reason Evolution Started

Semen is Visible Under a Blacklight

Restaurants Are Now Safe From Coronavirus Due to This Science

Take Me to Your Leaders

Trump Calls Hillary Clinton to Take Care of the Coronavirus

Things to See Around the Barringer Meteor Crater

When first walking up you can see the meteor crater in its entirety, but for a closer view you need to walk to the observation deck. While walking out to the observation deck you can see some Moenkopi Sandstone. From the observation deck at the Barringer Meteor Crater near Winslow, Arizona there are some telescopes …

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Sydney University Beer Study

Last month, Sydney University and scientists released the results of a recent analysis that revealed the presence of female hormones in beer and put out the following warning: “Men should take a concerned look at their beer consumption. ┬áThe theory is that beer contains female hormones (hops contain Phytoestrogens) and by drinking enough beer, men …

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The Viking Lander at the Smithsonian

The Smithsonian Museum of Air and Space located in Washington D.C. is the host to many free exhibits that are the culmination of different major events throughout history for both flight and space travel.  The Viking Lander shown here is one of those exhibits.  The Viking Lander is best known for being the first U.S. …

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Funny How Nature Made the Earth Flat

For all the flat earth believers, it is crazy how the earth is the only thing that isn’t round.

Northern Lights From Space

Video Explaining How Meteor Crater Was Created

Here is a short video illustrating how Meteor Crater was formed.

Video of Meteor Crater

Here is a video of the meteor crater located near Winslow, Arizona.  The land was flat around the area, but near the crater it was very windy.

What Scientists Believe They Know About Breasts

Palomar Observatory

Saturday I went for a drive to the Palomar Observatory. Prior to going I checked online to see what their hours of operation are and it showed from 9:00 AM-4:00 PM. After driving over there I got all the way to the gate just to find out the observatory was closed for a special event. …

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