Space and Time

Cosmologists create theories based on mathematical models of reality, such as the Big Bang Theory, String Theory, and the Multiverse Theory – the idea that there are many universes. But theories about the universe are often difficult to prove, and if they are to be accepted by the science community and general public, they must […]

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Art and Science

People who are intensely curious often end up pursuing science or art as a career. Science and art are different ways of learning about, and describing, nature. SCIENCE is a formal search for knowledge. Scientists explore, observe, and consider every aspect of the Universe, from the smallest subatomic particles to the largest galactic clusters, from […]

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Curiosity and Learning

Everyone is curious! CURIOSITY leads to learning and discovery. When something new is learned, it stimulates the imagination and expands our knowledge. It also makes new brain connections. There are different ways of learning. People learn by imitating others, by experimenting, and by asking questions. Another way of learning is to observe new things, or […]

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Introduction

Most of us want to be in the know. We need to know what is going on around us. Humans everywhere like to be experts in almost everything we think is important. In America, every child is required to go to school through the twelfth grade. This is a daring social experiment that envisions literacy […]

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