science

Topics and developments in science and medicine, presented by Futurism.

  • Vijay Chakravarty
    Published 4 days ago
    Has destiny been disproved by the Orthodox quantum interpretation?

    Has destiny been disproved by the Orthodox quantum interpretation?

    Let us suppose that we set out to measure the position of a particle and we find it at a point A. The question of interest is asking where the particle was just before the measurement? Now depending on your answer to the above question, you are bound to take one of the three positions on quantum indeterminacy.
  • Sabine Scott
    Published 5 days ago
    The Interdisciplinary Nature of Studying the History of Science

    The Interdisciplinary Nature of Studying the History of Science

    The origins of various sciences are dependent on existence of other fields of science. A single experiment can lead to the creation of a whole new field, which is true in the case of very important discoveries. Although there are perceived and documented pressures on some groups of individuals, those situations frequently lead to important discoveries being made by unexpected individuals, like Galileo, who worked on the fringes of science.
  • Scientific Yaar
    Published 9 days ago
    This is how can you be Be Next Einstein : A Practical Guide To Making A Scientific Breakthrough.

    This is how can you be Be Next Einstein : A Practical Guide To Making A Scientific Breakthrough.

    Albert Einstein has been one of the most celebrated scientists of all time. It is funny, that his ideas are also, among the most difficult to understand, and many people do not quite know what he did, and how he did all those things. It is the mystery of not knowing how the mind of a scientist works, that creates an aura of greatness. It takes years of study, everlasting passion and a great deal of luck, to come up with something worth celebrating.
  • olivia janell
    Published 12 days ago
    Is Perpetuation Nonsense?

    Is Perpetuation Nonsense?

    On November 12, 1717, Johann Bessler, a German watchmaker, placed a strange wheel of a 4-meter-diameter in a closed room.
  • tre von
    Published 15 days ago
    COVID-19 lockdowns significantly impacting global air quality

    COVID-19 lockdowns significantly impacting global air quality

    Levels of two major air pollutants have been drastically reduced since lockdowns began in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, but a secondary pollutant -- ground-level ozone -- has increased in China, according to new research.
  • Scientific Yaar
    Published 23 days ago
    Complete Guide For Time Travelling

    Complete Guide For Time Travelling

    Traveling through time may be theoretically possible, but it is beyond our present technological capabilities.
  • Telosma cordata
    Published 29 days ago
    DONATIONS: WRONG STILL IS BETTER THAN OVERSEEN?

    DONATIONS: WRONG STILL IS BETTER THAN OVERSEEN?

    Whether the game theory, logical reasoning, or any other positivism methodology has so far evidenced its incontrovertible righteousness.
  • Marshall Barnes
    Published about a month ago
    Time Travel Irony: Why Neil deGrasse Tyson Needs To       
And Take His Own Advice

    Time Travel Irony: Why Neil deGrasse Tyson Needs To And Take His Own Advice

    "One of the great challenges in this world is knowing enough about a subject to think you're right but not enough about the subject to know you're wrong." - Neil deGrasse Tyson
  • Pranay Mishra
    Published 2 months ago
    How to move faster than light…Without even moving.
  • Justin-James Gignac
    Published 2 months ago
    The Past of Present

    The Past of Present

    "The future depends on what we do in the present" by Ghandi is perhaps one of the most famous quotes there are regarding living in the moment. However, reality challenges the concept of the present in ways physicists have only recently begun to understand.
  • Farrah Cavus
    Published 2 months ago
    Presenting Uncertainty to the Doctrine of Determinism

    Presenting Uncertainty to the Doctrine of Determinism

    (Note: This is not new information, just a reiteration of a point in the debate between randomness and determinism.)
  • Joe Dorish
    Published 2 months ago
    Frequency of Hurricanes Hitting the United States is Not Increasing

    Frequency of Hurricanes Hitting the United States is Not Increasing

    If you listen to the media hype these days you would believe the frequency of hurricanes hitting the United States has been dramatically increasing due to climate change. However, if you look at the facts the number of hurricanes hitting the United States has not been increasing at all.