After closing the website (temporarily) for four months, we are now restarting the blog. We shall firstly upload the improved version of the old articles. We shall now blog regularly!
Science and Religion are considered as antonyms, generally. In your brain also, science and religion are ‘fighting’ with each other.
Researchers have found that theists are not as smart and intelligent as the atheists.
Intelligence is not as important a characteristic to the theists.
Classical Physics isn’t applicable to very high-speed situations. But, there is another problem with classical Physics, it is anot applicable to the ‘small scale of the universe’ also . It isn’t applicable to atoms and objects and particles smaller than atoms.
This problem is not only with classical Physics but also with the general theory of relativity. (But, the special theory of relativity works fine on the small-scale.)
This article mainly focuses on the basic concepts of Quantum Physics including, Planck’s Quantum Theory, Wave-Particle Duality and the Uncertainty Principle.
Albert Einstein is probably the most scientific figure in the modern world for his messy hair and the theory of relativity. As the title suggests, in this article, we are going to discuss Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.
In this article, various major concepts of special and general relativity are discussed.
Our current ideas of motion and rest were developed by Galileo Galilei and Sir Isaac Newton in the seventeenth century. These ideas developed by Galileo and Newton are included in ‘Classical Physics’ or ‘Newtonian Physics’.
This articles describes Classical Physics in brief including Newton’s Laws and the Universal Law of Gravitation.