There are reasons why we may never find intelligent life elsewhere in the Universe even though it may exist. Here’s why.
Cosmological mysteries are numerous, incredible in size, and the possible explanations for them are just as bountiful. Let's explore the supervoid, one of those mysteries, and see what it could be...
Involving many principles of science, this particular paradox follows a consequence of black hole mechanics and has far-reaching implications, no matter what the solution is.
This is only theory and not based on applied physics. I discuss this for the sake of expanding scientific thought on the subject of time.
Galileo not only spotted new objects in the sky but also laid the groundwork for advancements in physics. What were they?
Students have an excellent chance of doing well on a physics exam if they work efficiently throughout the physics course and follow some tips for writing exams.
While we don't know if they exist, the physics of tachyons would bring much excitement to science. But what are they?
The standard model of particle physics describes the underlying building blocks that make up our universe. Here is a beginners overview of its components and what it leaves unexplained.
TRIUMF is a facility for research in particle physics and accelerator-based science. It contains the largest cyclotron in the world and produces medical isotopes.
This is a review of the concept of "nothing" to help understand the absence of physical particles in the universe.
Water has some properties that can make it a good refrigerant. It also possesses some undesirable properties that makes its application as a refrigerant very challenging and inefficient to implement.
Scientists have their own way to talk about black holes. Want to expand your ability to do just that? Read on to find out how...
A basic easy learning and revision guide to chaos theory. I’ve tried to make this article easy to follow by using my own learning techniques i.e. very simple and without repetition.
A look at why we particle accelerators are needed to study modern particle physics. Explanations are given for the main types of particle accelerator, such as the LHC at CERN. Other accelerator uses are also briefly touched upon.