Can multi-dimensional alien devices destroy Earth and other galaxies?

Richard Chamberlain September 17, 2019

Reviewing the risks multi-dimensional universe faces from aliens

One will find theories of aliens and alien attacks by the dozens floating on the internet. At times, what’s thought to be an alien spaceship or device turns out to be a thing from the Earth. Earlier this year in April, NASA’s rocket launch painted the Arctic sky ablaze with colorful blue v . . .

Why AI researchers are warning against robots

Richard Chamberlain September 10, 2019

Reviewing if artificial intelligence will destroy humanity

In the 2004 sci-fi thriller I, Robot that starred Will Smith in the lead role,   got to see why warning against robots need to be taken seriously. Though the film shows robots in the positive light at the beginning, the story soon takes a turn as a particular series of robots go mad and a . . .

Time ship with single side

Richard Chamberlain September 3, 2019

Reviewing what timeship relativity means


The concept of time ship (which is a time machine capable of time traveling either by design or via external/accidental forces), has been featured in several films, TV series, and fiction. Be it the USS Enterprise in Star Trek, the Waverider in Legends of Tomorrow, Time Machine by H. G. Wells, The Time Ship . . .

Teaching concepts concerning topics in Astrophysics and Quantum Physics

Richard Chamberlain August 27, 2019

Reviewing the difference between Astrophysics and Quantum Physics

To teach concepts related to topics in Astrophysics and Quantum Physics, it’s important to let the students know about the difference between Astrophysics and Quantum Physics.

What is the difference between astrophysics and quantum physics?

Astrophysics is a branch of . . .

An overview of budding romance

Richard Chamberlain August 20, 2019

Reviewing budding romance meaning

John Lennon once said - “Love is the flower you’ve got to let grow.” In one of her quotes on love, Helen Keller equated love to a beautiful flower, which even when not touched makes the garden where it booms a place of delight, thanks to its fragrance. One will even find Victor Hugo’s quote where he proclai . . .

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Richard W. Chamberlain served in the US Navy submarine force for twelve years. He earned a mathematics degree . . .

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