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Cogsci/Neuroscience workshop ( 1 replies )
There's a workshop being hosted by the university of pennsylvania. If you're interested in the mind, brain, consciousness, etc and you're in the area I'd reccomend applying. It looks like it'll be alot of fun. You might even get to see me. http://www.ircs.upenn.edu/summer2007/...Click Here | By Tom
The total energy of the universe ( 23 replies )
is zero? and should it have any philosophical implications?...Click Here | By Hammaad Alvi
The Display ( 86 replies )
I think the display pic for the community is highly a very controversial topic. Evolution Just SIMPLY cannot be termed as Science. Science, according to www.thefreedictionary.com is: The observation, identification, description, experimental investigation, and theoretical explanation of phenomena. I've done quite a lot of research on this topic, have listened to quite a few seminars and have now come to the conclusion that Evolutin never really happened. I s...Click Here | By Abhishek
Physics Problem Help ( 7 replies )
Show that for a charged particle moving at v in an electric field E. Both the field and the path of the particle lie in the x direction....Click Here | By p1sleiman
everything seems broken in topics ( 3 replies )
topics are missing unless there is a new message posted... everything seems broken in the science topics logins are repeated constantly ??? shuzak is beta help ...Click Here | By
Unification of Bohr with Einstein ( 23 replies )
The unification of Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity has been a topic of much discussion over the past century. Physicists working in either fields believe that the two will inevitably be combined into one grand theory. This makes me think; [b]what if there is no grand unification?[/b] Gravity is an odd force that works unlike the other three. More to the point; what if Gravity is simply a byproduct of the interactions that occur at the sub-atomic level? This would imply th...Click Here | By Admin Jawad
gr8st of all... ( 40 replies )
well guys wt do ya feel is d gr8st achievement of science.......Click Here | By
Old days, nowadays ( 23 replies )
Back in the oldies, science could be made by some interested guy who did not know much about math, like Faraday. Today, Scientists need to write LOTS of articles per year, about nothing interesting, in order to get funds for their researches. Something get wrong back there...Click Here | By Diogo Melo

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