Mechanics
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(Arabic manuscript about a machine. Unknown date (estimated: 16th-19th centuries). Mechanics is a branch of physics whose object is the study of motion, deformations or equilibrium states of physical systems. This science aims to describe the movements of different kinds … Read More

Acoustics
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(Omnidirectional sound source in anechoic chamber (Czech Technical Univerzity, Prague). ) Acoustics is the science of sound (physics). The discipline has extended its field to the study of mechanical waves within gases, liquids, but also within solids, whatever the frequency … Read More

Physics
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Physics is the science that tries to understand, model, and explain the natural phenomena of the universe. It corresponds to the study of the world which surrounds us in all its forms, laws of its variation and evolution. System modeling … Read More

Study on the Origins of Dynamic Jets on Sun’s Surface
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A new NASA-funded study has revealed the origins of spicules – lengthy jets of plasma on the sun’s surface. Scientists have been observing these long strands of solar material since the end of the 19th century, but their origins have … Read More

A is for Atom – Physics cartoon, 1953
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Run time 14:26 Producer Sutherland (John) Productions Sponsor General Electric Company Audio/Visual Sd, C Presents in lay terms what an atom is, how energy is released from certain kinds of atoms, the peace-time uses of atomic energy and the by-products … Read More

Dimensions in physics
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Dimension (from Latin “measured out”) is, in essence, the number of degrees of freedom available for movement in a space. (In common usage, the dimensions of an object are the measurements that define its shape and size. That usage is … Read More

Real Magic Angles and Pythagorean triple
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Ion Murgu A simple analise for The Brachistochrone problem in infinitesimal. Considering a uniform field and a infinitesimal-infintesimal tiny particle and a very infinitesimal quadratic area. -to compare the time of movement of a particle from A to B directly … Read More

Cold fusion
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Cold fusion refers to a nuclear fusion process which occurs at or near room temperature, as compared to conventional nuclear fusion, which requires a very hot (100 million degrees) plasma. There are a number of such processes which are under … Read More

Theory of everything
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In physics, a theory of everything (TOE) is a theory that unifies the four fundamental forces of nature: gravity, the strong nuclear force, the weak nuclear force, and the electromagnetic force, and is the goal of researchers in quantum gravity. … Read More

The Middle Ages & Islamic contibutions to the Sciences
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A page from al-Khwārizmī’s Algebra When the power of Greek civilization was eclipsed by the Roman Empire, many Greek doctors began to practice medicine for the Roman elite, but sadly the physical sciences were not so well supported. Following the … Read More

Physical constants
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In science, a physical constant is a physical quantity whose numerical value is fixed. It can be constrasted to a mathematical constant which is a fixed number that does not directly involve a physical measurement. There are many such constants … Read More

Stephen Hawking shocks again: black holes do not exist
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Stephen Hawking has numerous scientific contributions to gravitational singularity theorems in general relativity, and made predictions on the emission of radiation by black holes, called Hawkins radiation. He recently published an article that contradicts his own theory. In the paper, … Read More

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