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Unsolved Mysteries of Science

Scientific research has answered a number of questions that were unknown to the humanity. We have studied about the very small things such as structure of atoms and also about very huge systems like Milky Way. We created new machines which made our life easier. Science and engineering have done a lot of good things to humanity and solved many mysteries. This articles not about such success stories but instead about what is not known to us. There are always something incredible things to be discovered. Here is a list of such unsolved mysteries in science. Protein folding Problem Proteins

10 Common Science Myths That Most People Believe In

There is no gravity in space In fact there is a lot of gravity in space. People generally feel there is no gravity on moon because usually astronauts are seen bumping on the surface of the moon. Astronauts usually appear weightless on moon since the moon is orbiting earth. It appears like they are falling towards earth meanwhile they are walking sideways. Basically they are always falling but never landing. Gravity is virtually present all over the space. It clearly proves that there is gravity in space. Lightning never strikes the same place twice There is a very common myth

What is nature of gravity?

Gravity is the king of all forces. It has a big role in the creation of this universe. Sir Issac Newton is the first thing we remember when we talk about gravity. Newton has done immense contribution to the world by discovering about gravity and gravitational force. Most of the forces or scientific calculations are all being done based on gravitational force. Have you ever imagined how the world would be without gravity? The gravity is the power holding all the creatures in this world. How would plants grow? How would you do your daily activities? It feels like life

Newton’s Rediscovery of Gravity!!

Shloka-Akrsta saktisca mahi taya yat svastham guru svabhimukham svasaktya I Akrsyate tatpatativa bhati same samantat kva patatviyam khe II Meaning- The attracting (gravitational) force (is) the earth. That (earth) with that gravitational force of hers attracts towards herself the large objects in the sky. It seems as though she is falling. In space, with matching forces where will she (earth) fall. Source: Siddhanta- siromanih, Bhuvankosha 6, Bhaskarah II (1150 AD) Shloka- Tatha prthivyamabhimanini ya devata prasiddha saisa purusasya   Apanavrttimavastabhyakrsya vasikrtyadha evapakarsenanugraham   Kurvati vartata ityarthah II   Anyatha hi sariram gurutvat patet savakase vodgacchet II Meaning : Similarly, the deity that is