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  • The Second Planet from the Sun  By : Burl Collins
    This article provides information about the planet Venus
  • How to Begin A Scientific Career  By : Jimmy Cox
    If your inclination is towards a scientific career, naturally the place to begin building your future is in the place where you are right now.
  • Effective Reviews on Science and Engineering  By : Wandile Maseko
    Most engineering companies now claim to have "dual career ladders," meaning that employees can advance either as technical contributors or as managers; and from time to time you really do need to promote engineers, in order to give them the salary they deserve. With their broad base of knowledge, management engineers are invaluable in the project management field, especially on projects that require engineering supervision and technical expertise.
  • The Mysteries of the Planet Venus  By : Burl Collins
    This article tells us all about the planet Venus
  • Human Artifacts Found in Fossil Beds  By : William Nugent
    Discussion of the many discoveries of human artifacts in fossil bearing rock. Discussion of documentation of these finds and books written about them. Offering this as proof that the earth is much younger than is currently postulated by mainstream geologists.
  • Soft Tissue Discovered in Dinosaur Bones  By : William Nugent
    Discusses the recent discoveries of blood remnants and soft tissue found in dinosaur bones. Shows how this offers proof that the dinosaur bones are not millions of years old because soft tissue could not be preserved that long. This is further evidence that the earth is young and evolution impossible because there would not be enough time for it to occur.
  • Origins of The Solar System  By : Burl Collins
    This article describes how the Solar System formed
  • The First Planet  By : Burl Collins
    This article provides information about the planet Mercury
  • The Star We Call The Sun  By : Burl Collins
    This article tells us about the structure and composition of the Sun
  • Find Your Own Diamond Mine  By : David Cowley
    The information provided here will allow you to find your own diamond mine.
  • Canis Major Dwarf - Milky Way's Latest Conquest  By : Ron Berry
    The Milky Way is growing! Astronomers discover another in what they believe to be a long list of galaxies being consumed by our own.
  • General Science Related Reviews  By : Wandile Maseko
    In science fair competitions, if you can show that you are following the scientific method, you are well on your way to impressing the judges. Although Scientific Management does play an important role in the 21st century, it is necessary to note that this method of management contains weaknesses that limit its influence in current work environments, and consequently not all of its tenants are applicable to modern organizations.
  • Meade Telescope Information  By : Kozen Huseyin
    With a need for high quality astronomy telescopes, Meade Space telescope was born in 1972. The vision of the Meade Company was to create a product which could be easy to use, for the beginner, and also provide more advanced Meade Space telescope for the advanced astronomy telescope user.
  • Texas Braces For More Protestors: The Creation of Artificial Life Expected In Three To Ten Years  By : Pat Carpenter
    In three to ten years, expect the major announcement this country has been waiting for -- that artificial life has been officially created. Whether one is vehemently opposed to such technology, or believes it the greatest scientific breakthrough of the modern era, get ready.
  • The Man Who Discovered How Blood Circulates  By : Don Alexander
    Prior to William Harvey, many scientists hypothesized that blood didn't move at all, but simply pulsed in response to the heart. These were good predictions, but others taught that arteries and veins were helping the blood flow, and that the blood was being absorbed into the body's system.
  • Smell the Benefits Of Pheromones  By : Scott Fromherz
    Pheromones are a way of communicating that many people are not aware of. They are chemicals that are produced by the body that allow communication between two people through the sense of smell.
  • Parental Involvement leads to Success in Science  By : Tracy
    Early exposure to science is critical because science knowledge is cumulative. Learning science requires a solid foundation of knowledge that can be built upon through further study and exploration. Children should be introduced to science at home as early as possible. Don't make the mistake of thinking that your child learns all the science they need to know at school.
  • Soil Testing for the Health of Your Land  By : Andrew Stratton
    Soil testing can yield important information for growers and grazers about the general health, fertility, structure, and physical properties of any given land and its suitability for different crops.
  • Solar Energy - The Alternative Source of Energy  By : Joseph Then
    The fact is that the cost of energy keeps rising, and alone is forcing people to look the other direction for cheaper alternatives to energy.
  • Passive Solar Energy - Is It Right For Your Home?  By : Kevin Rockwell
    Every exposed part of a structure walls, floors, windows, roofs' absorbs and stores or reflects away the heat radiated by the sun. Passive solar systems do this without any mechanical means (pumps or fans); they rely purely on design and positioning to work, which may include shutters or thermal curtains, dampers and vents, or other simple mechanisms.
  • Galaxies of the Universe Explained, such as M39, Whirlpool, IC1613 Explained  By : Kevin Phillips
    Billions of galaxies exist in the known Universe, and not any two are completely the same. Galaxies are awesome compared to what we can comprehend, various thousands of light years across (a light year is approx 300,000kms a second!), others are hundreds of thousands of light years from one side to the other.
  • Calibration Devices and Why We Love Them  By : Rob Parker
    In the world today we are constantly checking things come up to standard. We need to calibrate instruments and devices all the time.
  • Buying Your First Time Telescope  By : Kozen Huseyin
    There are hundreds of millions of objects in the sky to see with a telescope. A telescope can really bring the universe to life in your own home. Your first experience in buying your first new telescope is likely to determine your future with seeing space. There is much hype from the cheap telescopes from department stores telling you that you will see millions of miles away.
  • Eyes And Lens Of The Future  By : Philip Nicosia
    Remember the popular Million Dollar Man series on television in the 70ís? Remember how Steve Austin, played by Lee Majors, had that bionic eyes which allowed him to see whatís happening in places even far beyond his eyesight?
  • Science Of Laser Printing  By : Michael Stollery
    Science behind laser printers and how they get the image or text onto the paper.
  • Destination: Saturn  By : Dr Andrew Impey
    Ever thought about Saturn as a holiday destination? Me neither, but if you were to choose Saturn as your next holiday destination there are a few things that you will need to know about your trip....
  • The Easiest Way to Achieve Happiness  By : Christopher Stigson
    This is an article about Quantum Mind Power and the facts about The Easiest Way to Achieve Happiness.
  • Cheltenham Festival '07  By : Dr Andrew Impey
    A brief look at some of the highlights at this year's Cheltenham Science Festival.
  • Melamine Toxicity Testing - Practical or Political, Its Here to Stay  By : Andrew Stratton
    Interest in melamine testing has skyrocketed with the recent scares in the United States after pork and chicken were given contaminated feed imported from China. With unprecedented scrutiny on the various industries which use melamine, operators may need the services of a testing laboratory.
  • Boolean Algebra  By : Devendra Saxena
    One of the primary requirements when dealing with digital circuits is to find ways to make them as simple as possible. This constantly requires that complex logical expressions be reduced to simpler expressions that nevertheless produce the same results under all possible conditions.

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