He was none other than Albert Einstein. Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist who is widely regarded as one of the greatest scientists of all time. Einstein is known for developing the theory of relativity and quantum mechanics. His work is known for its influence on the philosophy of science.
Force of gravity or gravitational force is the force that pulls bodies towards the surface of the earth. That is why when you jump you come back downwards, that is the force of gravity. The world is a universe and it's very big. It has lots of things in it, the earth is the safest place to stay because it is moderate when it comes to conditions.
The right hand is the most used hand among humans across the world. However, there are some group of people who mostly use their left hand in everything they do. Such people are usually classified as left handed. It is believed that about ten (10) percent of the world’s population are left handed.
Have you heard of the titanic? The biggest ship which was said not to sink no matter what by scientists but sank after it hit an iceberg. The titanic was seen but cannot be recovered, it was seen at the bottom of the ocean. The reaaon why the titanic cannot be recovered is that, scientists have noticed that the Titanic is growing huge rusticles, they grow for 5-10 years, then break off and fall down.
There are many places in the world and I don't believe you have visited a quarter. The places are very hard to believe they exist but yes they do exist. This earth contains lots of things and remember it is not only earth that exist because there are other planets in the world such as Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune and some people live in these planets.
Earth is a planet I think is very blessed. It has many resources and is a very safe place to live unlike Mercury and Neptune planet in which there is extreme hotness and coldness respectively. Earth is beautiful though other planets there are beautiful things there planet earth passes all of them.
Scientists are known to engage themselves in all sorts of experiments and research works either on earth or in the sky. Many people had the opportunity to walk on the moon, but only it's only this one person that has ever been buried on the moon, who goes by the name Eugene Shoemaker.
Africa Countries are fast developing and embracing technology. Below are the African countries with satellite in space. 1. Egypt Four private NileSat satellites were launched into orbit as communication satellites between 1998 and 2010. In addition, Egypt has launched three government-owned satellites into space. Only one is operational.
The Deep Space Network (DSN) is an array of radio antennas clustered in three locations on earth. The first spy satellites had actual film cameras onboard, with canisters equipped with parachutes to get the photos back to the ground, but as we advanced, satellites began using digital cameras, on-board computers and radio waves to send data long distances.
There are currently eight(8) planet in the universe. The eight can be as more research is being done in space to find out more. But with the eight that we have, it is the Sun that provides light to all. In today's article, let us look at Sun, the very first planet(Mercury) and the next is Venus.
Although Mars does not look like it is full of life today, there are three pieces of evidence that earlier or even present-day life may be possible and cannot be dismissed out of hand. EVIDENCE 1 The first convincing evidence came from instruments aboard NASA’s Viking Lander in 1976, which conducted three biological experiments.
Have you been to market and asked the seller to give you only white hen eggs or only brown eggs. Most people do prefer the brown eggs because it looks more popular and also natural. In today's article, let us find out if they are really same or there are differences.
Have you ever heard of 'Brain Drain'? It may sound like a medical procedure, but in fact it's when highly-skilled workers - such as doctors, engineers, scientists etc - leave their home country to find better job opportunities and more money abroad. It's causing big issues for many African countries, which are left with a shortage of skilled workers.
When you look at the sea and oceans on the map you might think that they just flow into each other. It seems like there is only one big ocean, and people just gave different names to its parts. Well, you’ll be amazed at how vivid the borders between them are!
A man by name Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu is a Ghanaian who has shocked America and the world at large with the immense wisdom that he has portrayed in helping NASA. NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is located in the United States of America. It is worthy of note that wherever are, you are born with unique capabilities and abilities that would one day expose you to the world.
In Ghana, most SHS students find it difficult understanding physics, which is why I will be bringing you SHS 1 physics each and every day. As we known, "a strong foundation builds a great future", which is why I will be taking SHS 1 topics.
You might be surprised that China is one of the big names when it comes to space exploration. China has started scientific research on samples collected by its Chang'e-5 probe after the first batch of 17.4764 grams of lunar soil is handed over by the Lunar Exploration and Space Program Center of China National Space Administration to scientists from 13 domestic institutions for 31 scientific projects.
1. Infants have around 100 a larger number of bones than grown-ups Infants have around 300 bones upon entering the world, with ligament between large numbers of them. This additional adaptability assists them with going through the birth waterway and furthermore takes into account fast development. With age, a considerable lot of the bones intertwine, leaving 206 bones that make up a normal grown-up skeleton.
In a disclosure that difficulties since a long time ago held authoritative opinion in science, analysts show that mammalian cells can change over RNA groupings back into DNA, an accomplishment more normal in infections than eukaryotic cells. Cells contain apparatus that copies DNA into another set that goes into a recently shaped cell.
Utilizing neural organizations, specialists from the University of Copenhagen have fostered another strategy to scan the human genome for advantageous transformations from Neanderthals and other age-old people. These people are known to have interbred with current people, yet the general destiny of the hereditary material acquired from them is still to a great extent obscure.