In nature, there are four fundamental known forces which rule the subatomic world. These are gravitational, electromagnetic, strong and weak forces. Before you get bored, I just want to tell you, I am not going to give a lesson in physics (I don’t know how to) but a small introduction is necessary to understand what am talking about. […]
On October 28, 1943, in the midst of World War II, the greatest military secret of all time was developed in Philadelphia’s shipyards: a warship became invisible to radar and human sight and appeared hundreds of miles away. Or at least many people firmly believe it, and some even say they have proof of it. Did the Philadelphia Experiment really happen or is it all part of conspiracy theories? Join me to find out! […]
Since the beginning of the dawn, people at a certain age wished to get younger again. There is no documented case where an aged adult has been younger again that we know of but recently scientist succeeded to reverse the aging process in rat brain stem cells. […]
Many people have told the story of teleportation to different destinations such as Mars, inside earth honeycombs or other planet and even teleportation to another universe and time. (Jason Rice, Emery smith ). Often people who are teleported do not know that they are in another location. […]
First, let’s start with a little background. The original idea behind the design is a radio frequency (RF) resonant cavity thruster. This engine is also known as an EmDrive. The design is a concept for a thruster that is was introduced in 2001 by Roger Shawyer. He claimed that EmDrive can produce thrust by reflecting microwaves internally in the device. This is against that law of conservation of momentum which says if an object is stationary, it will remain stationary until a force is applied to it. […]
When there is a discussion about the cellphone and smartphones Apple and iPhone are the first which comes to mind. But actually, the first company which came out with smartphone was IBM. The phone IBM presented in 1992, had already touch screen, email, fax and notes and calendar. Unfortunately, this phone didn’t come to customers until 1994. […]
Recently, I hade a discussion with a person about “no existence” and “nothingness”. The discussion didn’t come to a conclusion, but I still would like to present this discussion to you because it is interesting. […]
In this article, I will write a summary of
the ideas and information which exist around this subject on the internet. I
will re-tell what whistleblower have said about this fascinating subject.
You may consider what I write here to be
somewhat true or total fiction. it is up to you to decide. The least you get
out of this article is an interesting sci-fi “story”.