A Byrd’s Eye View Of The Hollow Concept

Technological advances are constantly changing scientific interpretations of the composition of our planet… traditionally seen as a solid object comprised of a thin crust, thicker mantle, molten iron outer core and solid inner core. But the seismic evidence of this is far from conclusive… unable to definitively disprove notions of early scientists such as Edmond…

The evidence that points to a ‘hollow’ Earth

The core of the hollow Earth theory is that our planet is a shell with walls about 1,500 kilometres thick and openings at the polar regions with edges that curve smoothly from the outside of the shell to the inside. Entering this inner world is like a fly crawling over the lip of a coffee…

Science: How Curie changed the world

Not only was she the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, but when awarded the honour again she became the first person to achieve it for a second time… also becoming the only woman to win it in two different fields. Known for her research into radioactivity and the discovery of polonium and radium,…

Moscovium: Element to unlock anti-gravity craft?

By the time I finished secondary school in the UK, seaborgium had become the latest element to be added to the periodic table. A synthetic element with the symbol Sg and atomic number 106, seaborgium was first produced in 1974 when a few of its atoms were created in laboratories in the Soviet Union and…