The absolute nonsense of Aristotelian physics.

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Time and Length are Not Absolute

How to deal with teachers that mark correct answers as incorrect.

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Isaac Newton portrait 1689 (Wikimedia Commons).

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Wilbur Wright watches as his brother, Orville Wright, makes the first powered controlled flight in history (1903) (John T. Daniels. Wikimedia Commons).

Responding to a common argument in favor of aliens

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The difficulties with alien contact

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Physics student and cook. Owner of the publication Newtonian Curiosity.

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