The Nanoweapons Cold War

Many believe the collapse of the Soviet Union marked the end of the Cold War. If we confine ourselves to only consider military might based on conventional and nuclear weapons, they are correct. The United States is widely considered the …

How Are Wars Won in the 21st Century?

When most of us think about winning a war, we visualize a large theater conflict, similar to WW I and II, and winning means forcing an enemy to surrender. However, that is not the nature of today’s conflicts. Without going …

Nanoweapons: A Growing Threat to Humanity

In 2008, experts surveyed at the Global Catastrophic Risk Conference at the University of Oxford judged nanoweapons to be the #1 threat to humanity’s survival in the 21st century. The majority of people, worldwide, have never even heard of nanoweapons. Yet, …

Why Are Most Artificial Intelligence Applications Female?

Have you noticed that artificial intelligence applications you interact with, such as Google Now, Siri, and Cortana, are female? That’s not a coincidence. There are several reasons: Karl Fredric MacDorman, a computer scientist and expert in human-computer interaction at Indiana University-Purdue …

Why is there more matter than antimatter?

According to the Big Bang theory, their should be equal parts of matter and antimatter in our Universe. Conventional wisdom states that they should have annihilated each other, resulting in radiation. If that were true, we should have a Universe filled with only …

The Top Five Unsolved Mysteries of Science

There are numerous unsolved mysteries in science. In this post, I will delineate the top five that I consider the most profound. What caused the Big Bang? Cosmologist are in strong consensus that the Big Bang resulted in the evolution …

Reverse Causality – The Future Can Change the Past

Most people find reverse causality intriguing, but impossible. Yet, it has a strong basis in science. In my book, How to Time Travel, I discuss a number of reverse causality examples. Here are some from the book. Twisting the Arrow of …

A Vacuum is Filled with Energy

Most people think that a vacuum is empty, but it is not. It is filled with energy. This may be hard to believe, but it is a scientific fact. According to Paul Dirac, a British physicist and Nobel Prize Laureate, …

Why is Earth’s Moon Leaving Us?

Most people don’t know this scientific fact, but the Earth’s Moon is slowing moving further from the Earth. Each year its orbit around the earth experiences a mean recession rate of 2.16 cm/year (less than an inch, since approximately 2.5 cm …

Five Facts about Time

Here are some interesting facts to ponder about of time: There is no widely accepted scientific definition of time as a stand alone entity. The reason for this is that according the Einstein’s theory of relativity, time and space are …

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