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by Nicholas J. Dardan on Sep 9, 2013 3201 Views
One of the most interesting and mysterious problems in science is the problem of the expanding universe. If all matter is attracted by all other matter, why is the universe expanding; and more seriously, why is that expansion speeding up?
by Nicholas J. Dardan on Oct 1, 2013 6284 Views
Bioparacrystals (Biological ‘Liquid Crystals’) and the Physical Forces Causing their Orientation 1920’s, the famous Russian biophysicist Alexander Gurwitsch had already established beyond any reasonable doubt, that living cells and tissues generate an extremely weak, yet biologically active, form of electromagnetic radiation, in particlular in the ultraviolet range; and that the presence of this radiation is somehow intimately connected with the nature of the living processes themselves.
Featured by Nicholas J. Dardan on Oct 2, 2013 1596 Views
A New Scientific Paradigm or Conceptual Scheme for the Problem of Organization in Biology. Cancer is defined as an organization anomaly. Two proposals for a solution to the problem of organization are presented here: Pierre Teilhard de Chardin’s hypothesis of radial energy, and F.S.C. Northrop’s Macroscopic Atom and its associated compound unitary electro-magnetic and gravitational field.
by Guest on Aug 25, 2015 604 Views
India world leader nuclear energy production. Introduction of scientific research, ideas and techniques to the field of education has brought a huge level of positive change in the new generation and provided them variety of new and innovative opportunities to work in the field of their own interest.
by Nicholas J. Dardan on Nov 30, 2016 722 Views
Noösphere is a word that was coined by the French scientist, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. Teilhard's hypothesis of radial energy, referring to the energy associated with drawing matter to higher degrees of organized complexity, requires an amendment in the form of an addition to the kinetic atomic theory.