Matter is anything that has mass (meaning the thing can be weighed) and occupies space. In our universal reality matter and space always come as a pair for without each other’s presence neither would have any definable meaning in our physical reality.
Elizabeth Fleischman-Aschheim was one of the first women to work in radiology, but sadly never receives the recognition she deserves today. I wanted to spotlight her because of her incredible contributions to the radiology community.Read More
Thoughts On Dark Matter – What the Hell Is Dark Matter? By Lance Winslow Dark Matter is matter that we cannot see because it doesn’t reflect light, so our sensors cannot reveal it. Dark Energy is energy in the Universe that we know must exist but cannot see and currently don’t completely understand. Recently, I was asked this…Read More
Materialistic Thinking – Rational or Irrational? By Stephen Russell-Lacy A materialistic way of thinking assumes that science is the be-all and end-all of human knowledge. Those who have this outlook claim that the methods of science are the only reliable ways to secure knowledge of anything “Science provides all the significant truths about reality and knowing such truths is what…Read More
Science – Does It Invalidate Religion? By Stephen Russell-Lacy The idea that science has replaced religion has become popular these days. Some put religion to one side as now of date. People are noticing a huge development in research into the working of the human brain which seems to support this view. New imaging technologies allow science to measure blood…Read More
In Einstein’s theory of relativity, the notions of events (space and time simultaneity), mass and energy equivalence (special relativity), space expansion (big bang) as well as space and energy-mass equivalence, are introduced. General theory of relativity combined to quantum mechanics leads to the emergence of the whole universe from zero and absolute nothingness. Such “emergence – creation” of the universe from zero does not take place in space or time, since both are identical to the universe, space as energy expansion of the vacant space and time as a measurement unit of movement and change.Read More
Shows the way chemical bonds are formed. It also demonstrates how chemical bonds are similar and different.Read More