Konigsberg Bridges and Topology
Mathematics

What are Königsberg Bridges and Topology?

The properties of a geometric body, such as stretching, torsion, wrinkling and bending, that are preserved under continuous deformations, that is, without closing a hole, opening a hole, tearing, sticking or passing through itself, are the subject of topology in mathematics. greek he, [more…]

What is the Hubbard Model
Computers

What is the Hubbard Model?

The Hubbard model is a rough representation of the transition from conductive to insulating systems. It is very useful in the field of solid state physics. The model is named after John Hubbard. According to the Hubbard model, each electron tunnels it into nearby atoms. [more…]

Concentration in Waterjet Models
SCIENCE

Discovery in Waterjet Patterns

The patterns in the jet emerging from a nozzle are directly related to the size of the opening and the water flow rate. When you pour coffee into a cup, you can observe that the water flowing from the jug looks like a chain with rings spaced 90 degrees apart. in our daily life [more…]

The World's Two Largest Quantum Computers
SCIENCE

The World's Two Largest Quantum Computers

The debate over what kinds of problems can be solved quantum computationally that couldn't even begin to be solved by a conventional supercomputer has been reignited by recent trials using two of the world's most powerful quantum computers to date. [more…]

How Do We Know That Time Exists?
SCIENCE

How Do We Know That Time Exists?

The alarm goes off early in the morning. You take the train to go to work in the morning. You stop for lunch. You take the train home in the evening. You participate in a one-hour run. You are meeting for dinner. Then you sleep. [more…]

Mathematical Model of Animal Growth
Environment and Climate

Mathematical Model of Animal Growth

Based on the work of Monash University, the study was carried out to define the animal growth model mathematically. After the modeling studies, it is concluded that it is biology, not physics, that defines life. Biological patterns of physical constraints [more…]

An Approach to the Great Unified Field Theory
SCIENCE

An Approach to the Great Unified Field Theory

As we know, there are four fundamental forces in nature. These are known as Gravitational Force, Weak Nuclear Interaction Force, Electromagnetic Force and Strong Nuclear Interaction Force. It is mentioned a little bit especially in 9th grade of high school education. [more…]

Ataturk and Albert Einstein
Astronomy

Albert Einstein's Answer to Atatürk

In the 1930s, Einstein, who was teaching at the University of Berlin, could not stand the Nazi pressure any longer and moved to Paris. Of course, other Jewish professors in Germany were also looking for a safe country where they could take refuge, as they were not safe. Request [more…]

what is algorithm
GENERAL

What is an Algorithm?

The word “algorithm” is widely used in the press to denote the opaque functioning of search engines and social networks. But what exactly are we talking about? What is algorithm? This concept has been used throughout history, from Euclid to GAFAM algorithms. [more…]

who is albert einstein life of albert einstein
SCIENCE

What are the Annus Mirabilis Articles?

The Annus Mirabilis papers (Latin: annus mīrābilis; miracle year) are articles published by Albert Einstein in the scientific journal Annalen der Physik in 1905. These four articles contributed greatly to the foundation of modern physics. [more…]

Einstein's Footprints and Beyond
SCIENCE

Einstein's Footprints and Beyond

Since the beginning of quantum physics, the movement and interaction of light with matter has been mathematically defined and comprehended predominantly through the lens of its energy. Max Planck, in a groundbreaking work in the foundations of quantum physics, in 1900 [more…]