Category Archives: sciences

Subjects focused on science, mathematics, or social sciences


The Elegant System: Neither Capitalism or Communism

Whether communism, or capitalism, both systems are flawed and unsuitable for this time and age. It is time for a new Keynes, Marshall and Adam Smith influential economist to develop a new, global model. Observations There are three solid observations: … Continue reading


Simple Science Tricks – Clouds in a Bottle

Clouds are beautiful! You look up to the sky and you see them in different shapes and sizes. What’s even more amazing is that they have different names for the different shapes; like Cirrus, Nimbostratus, and Cumulus. Though, the biggest question … Continue reading


The first woman to win a Nobel Prize in Economics

It is a sad day for the people in the field of Economics. Today I’ll write about Elinor Ostrom, the first woman to win a Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in the year 2009. She passed away this morning at … Continue reading

Non-Newtonian Fluid

Simple Science Tricks – Non-Newtonian Fluid

What is a Non-Newtonian Fluid? A non-Newtonian fluid is a fluid whose viscosity is variable based on applied stress, or force. Contrast with Newtonian fluids like water, whose behavior can be described exclusively by temperature and pressure (water at -32F/0C … Continue reading

Equality of men and women

Women and the World

In the teachings of the Baha’i Faith, women are considered as important elements in our society that promote education, spiritual and ethical values, and instruments that direct their energies in social growth and prosperity. Unfortunately, there exists many inequalities against … Continue reading