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By Jack Dikian
On the nature and structure of time.
Article | Updated Apr 20, 2015 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Jack Dikian
A look at the structure of time
By Chris Green
A serious case of time disorientation, but what does this mean? Are all those scientists right about quantum theory?
By Anthony Peake
This is the short-story version of a novel I had started to write in 1986. In all the first four chapters were completed and together with a synopsis was sent to various publishers in 1987/88.This short-story version was written in September 2006. A later version written in January 2009 was...
By Eileen Mcbriar
if ever you have wondered what happens to us when we due this short story will enlighten and open up the possibilities of life beyond death.
The story begins with the day that the subject passes away and finds himself locked inbetween two worlds,a sort of limbo.He is guided by a man who...
My first short love poem. A love poem for science nerds :) hope you like it
By Phillip Paul Pettigrew
It's a Quantum world after all.
Short Story | Updated Nov 3, 2014 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
personal journey to discovering how science and religion are not far apart
existence and the meaning of us as a species
By Arturon Gillespie
Perhaps, the god's and those who oppose them are an alien invader who has taken the form of a virus to traverse the great distances between solar systems.
By Bored Pen
This story tells of a young boy as he struggles to cope with boring physics lessons in elementary school with his imaginary parallel world of villains and espionage.
Short Story | Updated Feb 15, 2014 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Earth has made contact with an advanced bio-engineered alien race. Artificial intelligence are negotiating knowledge transfer. The aliens are traveling through vast distances via quantum entanglement. One of their home planets is equipped with a antimatter engine, allowing them to travel trough...
By John Brindley
Most physicists seem to agree that it is not possible to describe fundamental particles and forces in a â€œclassicalâ€ way â€“ that is, way that can be related directly to the world around us, using just our three spatial dimensions and time. Well I will show that it is possible...
By Sasa Sijak
Mr. Jones is a professor of quantum physics. This time he is going to make a lecture that will make all of the students happy.
A paper I wrote for Physics on the Quantum Theory.
Essay | Updated Jan 22, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Perilous team is off duty and relaxing in the recreation room playing cards. The game is in progress and Gertrude is going to deal next. Things can get more than a little exciting when you've just turned eighteen, and you're playing strip poker.