There Is Something Very Wrong With Particle Physics – CERN

Latest CERN Results Indicate There Is Something Very Wrong With Particle Physics The Standard Model puts all the known subatomic particles into a single theory. There are six quarks (up, down, charm, strange, top, bottom), six leptons (electrons, muons, tau, and their corresponding neutrinos), the force carrier particles (gluons, photons, Z and W bosons) and … Continue reading There Is Something Very Wrong With Particle Physics – CERN

A particle that doesn’t fit the laws of physics – CERN

Researchers could be very close to finding a FIFTH  fundamental force. Results from the Large Hadron Collider hint at a particle that doesn’t fit the laws of physics. The new particle is believed to be SIX times heavier than the Higgs boson particle. Further testing is required which is why more ‘collisions’ will commence next month in order … Continue reading A particle that doesn’t fit the laws of physics – CERN

52-year-old millionaire mayor came to give the matriculation examination

At a time when people discontinue studies for various reasons, 59-year-old Mayor Shiv Singh of Bharatpur set an amazing example before the world ! Mayor Shiv Singh arrived at the first examination center where students and administrators stirred in. But as a student when they set their seat so everyone understood the matter. He explains … Continue reading 52-year-old millionaire mayor came to give the matriculation examination

Success story of Elon Musk

Okay, to start with, Elon Reeve Musk was born in 1971 in South Africa. He didn’t have much of a good childhood, cuz, he had kinda rough family. Musk read a lot as a child. He started reading science fiction, then began reading non-fiction. Elon thought of humans as machines, or rather, computers. The body … Continue reading Success story of Elon Musk

Problem with Einstein’s Theory of Relativity

Einstein's theory of relativity was beyond any doubt lovely, different from any other theory ever imagined by mankind. Newton described gravity merely as a force acting over a distance attracting any 2 masses, the force proportional to the product of the two masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. This … Continue reading Problem with Einstein’s Theory of Relativity

The Coriolis force and a bit of equatorial flimflam

Got by Mail from Jearl Walker ************************************ You have spent a lifetime on a rotating planet but the only frequent and obvious clues about the rotation are the apparent motion of the Sun during the day and the stars and Moon during the night. Otherwise, the rotation is not noticeable. However, there is one common … Continue reading The Coriolis force and a bit of equatorial flimflam

Who is Alan Turing?

Alan Mathison Turing  (23 June 1912 – 7 June 1954) is widely considered to be the father of computer science and artificial intelligence. He was highly influential in the development of computer science, providing a formalisation of the concepts of "algorithm" and "computation" with the Turing machine, which played a significant role in the creation of the … Continue reading Who is Alan Turing?