Before Friedrich Wohler created urea, scientists believed that organic substances were unable to combine with inorganic substances. Learn more about the discovery of urea on the Science Channel's "100 Greatest Discoveries."
Atoms make up the very structure of all things, and if your microscope is powerful enough you can see them. Learn more about how atoms are arranged on the surface on Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."
Atoms are unpredictable. It's hard to be certain if they exist or not. Space, at an atomic level, has an energy field full of particles that annihilate each other. Learn more about atoms on The Science Channel's "Master of the Universe."
Zero point energy is the force that preserves the structure of the universe. The possibilities are endless if we can one day harness the power from zero point energy. Learn more about zero point energy on Discovery Channel's "Science of the Impossible."
In this video clip, physicists study the primal forces of the universe-gravity, electromagnetics and the strong and weak nuclear force. Learn more about the wonderful world of physics in this video from Discovery.
Bertram Boltwood's study of decaying radioactive uranium in rock formations provided insight into calculating the age of the Earth. Learn more about radiometric dating on the Science Channel's "100 Greatest Discoveries."
Newton's First Law of Motion says that an object in motion tends to remain in motion unless acted upon by an outside force. Learn more about Newton's First Law of Motion on Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."
Thanks to research done by Ernest Rutherford and Marie and Pierre Curie, we now have many useful and life saving materials made from radioactive materials. Learn what they are on the Science Channel's "100 Greatest Discoveries."
Most people probably haven't heard of the inventor T. Galen Hieronymus, but according to his advocates his machines are able capable of everything from remote analysis to remote healing -- so what is eloptic energy? Tune in to learn more.