Category Archives: Physics

Professor Werner Gitt, Information Science

Digital Artwork

Why I Choose to Believe in Creation: Dr Gitt is director and professor at the German Federal Institute of Physics and Technology, Germany. He is the head of the Department of Information Technology. He holds a diploma in engineering from the Technical University of Hanover and a doctorate in engineering summa cum laude together with Borchers Medal from the Technical University of Aachen. Dr Gitt has published numerous research papers covering the fields of information science, numerical mathematics, and control engineering….

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The Mystery of Dark Matter

NASA galaxy image

It appears that there is a lot of mass that’s missing. In fact, this used to be called the missing mass problem. So what’s going on here? One possible explanation is that there is a lot of matter—a lot of physical stuff—arranged in a “halo” (a spherical shape surrounding galaxies). This has become known as dark matter. It’s physical stuff, thus the word “matter”—but we don’t see it, thus the word “dark.” …

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Warp Drive

Artwork of original Star Trek crew

To put it simply, this method of space travel involves stretching the fabric of space-time in a wave which would (in theory) cause the space ahead of an object to contract while the space behind it would expand. An object inside this wave (i.e. a spaceship) would then be able to ride this region, known as a “warp bubble” of flat space…

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