Based on my knowledge from years of study and scientific curiosity, I write educational articles dealing with questions you might be asking about life and the universe. People say I have a special way of explaining things that make it easy to follow along.
Is the universe a one-time event that worked perfectly, or had it failed many times until the universe we now live in?
Due to my science background and studies of human survival in space, I have a great interest in researching what life is like on the International Space Station.
This is about the endurance of humans during intergalactic travel, based on my studies of human survival.
How does language affect our thinking? Do we think in complete sentences? Let's review these questions.
This article is only theory. It's not based on applied physics. I discuss these considerations for the sake of expanding scientific thought on the subject of time.
As we grow older, periods of our lives diminish as a ratio to our entire life span. Here is an easy-to-understand example.
An analysis of the doubtful chance for backward time travel and the likelihood of forward time travel.
This is a discussion about how things change with time and how observation causes our analysis to be more complex.
In order to keep our calendar in sync with solar time, adding a day every four years is not the total solution.
The euphoric feeling of awe may have evolved in humans to give us a biological advantage to conquer the world.
Dreams help us resolve issues, but being able to remember our dreams, and understand their meaning, is more satisfying.
There are reasons why we may never find intelligent life elsewhere in the Universe even though it may exist. Here's why.
There is more to "nothing" than is realized. This is a philosophical discussion with references to scientific concepts.
In this article I explain why the universe and all matter is basically empty.