## Juggling Work and Life

There are three objects rotating around a center point, sitting a good distance away from three other objects rotating around a different center point. This proof is to calculate exactly the force, velocity, distance, and time necessary to move one… Read more…

## Tough Guy, Huh?

I wonder if there is a phase of matter such that, gas : liquid :: solid ::: phase x, in terms of permissivity of force of space. The proposed phase x matter would be able to pass through solid matter,… Read more…

## Make It So

Build a cone with the radius of of a single rod of arbitrary length and thickness, rotated 360 degrees, or 2 pi, if you don’t want to have to draw a 360 sided polygon of 360 triangles. Use coagulant extruded… Read more…

## zomg laz0rz PewPewPew

The most common weapon of the 20th century is the same as the most common weapon of the 21st century: The Piggybacked ElectroMagnetic Wave.

## I Got My Marbles Back

Step One: Give everyone a marble. Step Two: Start a gigantic game of Gille. How To Play Abdullah Hamad’s Version of Gille For a playfield, use a shallow hemispherical bowl (non-parabolic) divided into four equal quadrants. Each player starts in… Read more…

## Not You Too, Hawking!

We don’t often get new insights into astrophysics, but I have one about Stephen Hawking that may tickle your fancy. In Hawking’s book, A Brief History of Time, a theory is expounded upon in which time slows down as you… Read more…

## P.E. : Physics Education

Physics classes in high school are taught in such a way as to have a balance between the kinetic and the potential energy of a motive object in a “fixed system” at a given “fixed moment” in time. We then look at… Read more…

## Updated Terminologies for Physical Interactions of Light

Retraction: Angling a light through, or onto and then off of, a lens, such that the light changes direction based upon the curvature of glass, without loss of coherence or intensity. Refraction: Angling a light through, or onto and then off of,… Read more…

## Screenplay: Absolute Value

In the beginning… Some people say Money is Power. Everybody says Time is Money, but Math is Money, too, baby. There are even some people who say E equals m c squared, a relation between the energy in a given… Read more…

## Time Waits for Just About Anyone

The bartender says, “We don’t serve tachyons here.” A tachyon walks into a bar. Physicists have discovered either how to accelerate time in the environment as it relates to an observer, or pull information in from relativistically future-initial sources, as… Read more…

## Inherent Virtue

In his dialogue with Laches, Socrates attempts to overcome a pedagogical dillema. He is asked by a friend to train a student in the finer points of virtue. But can someone really teach another person to be virtuous? Socrates makes… Read more…

## Principal Motivation

What if Newton’s Laws of Motion are sociologically derived arguments and not physical ones? Throw away all arguments of initial causes or creators; God wasn’t invited to this party. Each of the Newtonian laws is directly relatable to interpersonal interactions. As people, we often rely on what we deal… Read more…