We all know that everywhere inside this universe, time flows naturally forward. That’s true in the general case but not everything in this universe can be placed under such a general case.… Read More >>
What makes us human? There was always a debate in arguing with the ancestry of the human species. The primary resource for detailing the path of human evolution will always be fossil specimens. … Read More >>
When Albert Einstein died on 18 April 1955, the evening news and the papers had a picture of his desk with captions saying, “Unfinished manuscript, from the greatest scientist of our era”.… Read More >>
Titan is undoubtedly one of the most interesting places in our solar system. It is the only moon in the solar system to have an atmosphere.
Discovered by the Dutch astronomer Christiaan Huygens in the 17th century and further studies by pioneers of astronomy like Josep Comas i Sola and Gerard Kuiper, this moon is a hydrocarbon mega-factory, producing millions of tones of methane, ethane, acetylene and other wide range of compounds from sources that are still unknown to us.… Read More >>
Titan is the largest moon of Saturn. It is also the only moon in the solar system to have an atmosphere. Even though Earth and Titan are separated by a distance of about 1.4 billion kilometers, these two worlds share many common characteristics: