Quantum Physics

A video book on Quantum Physics you can find here


Discover the Gravity Effects and Relativity

Life on Other Planets

Life Beyond Earth! All about the Eart-like Planets

Strange Phenomena

What Science cannot explain is a Strange Phenomena!

Renewable Energies

How to improve life on Earth? Explore Renewable Energy.

Saturday, September 21, 2013

The Moon Seen From a Beautiful Perspective

I always like Moon pictures, especially the one when you can distinguish the craters, moon seas. But this time the Moon was captured from a stunning perspective ever!

Enjoy the giant Moon and the Black pearl.

The Theory of Evolution for Dummies

The Theory of Evolution by Darwin is the change in the inherited characteristics of biological populations over successive
generations. Evolutionary processes give rise to diversity at every level of biological organization, including species, individual organisms and molecules such as DNA and proteins.

According to the Theory of Evolution by Darwin all life on Earth is descended from a last universal ancestor that lived approximately 3.8 billion years ago. Repeated speciation and the divergence of life can be inferred from shared sets of biochemical and morphological traits, or by shared DNA sequences. These homologous traits and sequences are more similar among species that share a more recent common ancestor, and can be used to reconstruct evolutionary histories, using both existing species and the fossil record. Existing patterns of biodiversity have been shaped both by speciation and by extinction.

Thursday, September 19, 2013

The Planet Earth will be Liveable for 1.75 billion years. Then We will go to Mars

A group of American scientists led by Andrew Rushdie has studied the life of the 'liveability' of the
planet Earth. Waiting to enter the 'hot zone' of the sun, humans could deteriorate the environment and become extinct long before. For this reason we are looking for other alternatives and it seems that the Red Planet Mars is the favorite.

Based on the Sun distance and on the conditions required to keep water in liquid state, a research made by the University of East Anglia in Britain, has decreed that life on Earth will be still possible for other 1.75 billion years. After the Earth will enter the "hot zone" of the Sun causing the evaporation of the water and the extinction of life .

Saturday, September 14, 2013

IgNobel consigned at Harward

Created in 1991 by the magazine ' Annals of improbable research ' , the IgNobel are delivered annually by genuine Nobel Laureates at a ceremony that takes place at Harvard University. This year there was also the Peace Prize, awarded jointly to the president of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko , for having declared illegal applaud in public, and the to the Belarusian Police for having " arrested a man with one arm applauding ".

For Security Engineering the prize went to an American researcher, Gustavo Pizzo , who invented a system to trap the would-be hijackers aircraft, shut them up in a package and send them directly into the hands of the Police. A team from Great Britain, Netherlands and Canada was awarded for a study on  Probability Calculus which established that the longer it takes for a Cow to lie down, so it is more likely to rise quickly standing up, researchers also found that once the Cow gets up , it is highly unlikely to be able to predict when the Cow will lie down again.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

The Spider's Webs Mystery

In Peru some Scientists have been found strange Spider's Web structures.

But can a Spider or other Insect build a similar Web? It 's the question that Arachnologists and Entomologists have not been able to answer by studying the strange structure found in Peru, near the Tombopata Research Center.

It looks like a spider Web with a complex structure that resembles a Tower, surrounded by a fence.

There are several assumptions. Some experts speculate that They are the work of moths Bucculatricidae, others argue that it is a Cocoon incomplete.

But there are those who even speak of Aliens!

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Mars Moon Eclipse Captured by Curiosity

Mars Moon eclipse taken by Curiosity. Curiosity took over the spectacular images of an eclipse of the
moons of Mars, Phobos and Deimos, the two moons orbiting the red planet. The video was produced by combining 41 images captured by Rover on 1st of August and posted by NASA during these days.


Saturday, August 17, 2013

Scottish Mathematicians Calculate that Alien probes could have already Explored our Solar System

Scottish Mathematicians calculate that “self-replicating” alien probes could already have
explored our solar system and may still be here but undetectable to our current technologies. 

Drs Arwen Nicholson and Duncan H. Forgan from the University of Edinburgh had previously calculated that if a Voyager-sized probe passing through the galaxy picked up speed using slingshots around stars it could travel 100 times faster than otherwise. The slingshot technique uses the gravitational field of stars or planets to “slingshot” a craft and boost its speed.

The Voyager 1and 2 probes launched by NASA in 1977 used slingshot maneuvers around the planets they passed to pick up speed, and Nicholson and Forgan calculated that interstellar probes could use the same technique around stars.

The new calculations, reported in the International Journal of Astrobiology this week, expanded on the previous work by using “self-replicating” probes in the computer models to see how the self-replication would affect the timescale. The robotic probes could explore our galaxy and self-replicate themselves from interstellar dust and gas, after which the parent and child probes would each set off for a different star, where they would look for signs of life and then self-replicate themselves again.

The probes would therefore disperse themselves radially across space.

But why we cannot use the same technique?
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