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The Manhattan Project: A Journey Between Science and Ethics!

The Manhattan Project, the most secret and influential scientific project of the Second World War, resulted in the creation of a nuclear bomb. Our article describes the leaders of the project, its scientific achievements, and the impact it has left on world history. How did the Manhattan Project start, and which countries participated in the project? Who were the groundbreaking, pioneering names in the field of nuclear physics? In particular, how do basic physics principles such as the discovery and control of nuclear fission work? You will find more information in our article, where we answer all these questions. Don't forget to take a look at our article, which contains many details, from scientific details about the use of nuclear energy and weapons to the consequences and ethical discussions of the expulsion of Japan, its effects on world peace, and current international efforts!

The Superconductor Revolution: Claims Can Change Everything!

Superconductors, which are the focus of this article, are miraculous materials that can reduce electrical resistance to zero and increase energy efficiency. However, all the superconductors discovered so far operate at very low temperatures and are unaffordable. So, what if superconductivity were possible at room temperature? A revolutionary development in science and technology would take place.

The Fall of the Neanderthal: What Happened to Our Cousins?

You can find what you are wondering about the extinction of Neanderthals here! The Neanderthals, who lived in Europe and Asia for over 350,000 years, disappeared about 40,000 years ago. So, what were the reasons for this mysterious disappearance? By pursuing scientific causes, we will open the dusty pages of history and shed light on the development process of Homo sapiens. Join us and learn more about the mysterious extinction of the Neanderthals in our first article, in which we examine different theories about that and share the results of the latest research on this topic.

Deep Learning: What Does It Do, How Does It Work, Why Is It Important?

Deep learning is like a key that allows one to step into the mysterious world of images, sounds, and texts. This technology recognizes faces, understands objects, and searches for the secrets of language by deciphering complex patterns. It creates a revolutionary impact in every field, from medicine to automation, finance to transportation. Deep learning shapes the future by enabling us to make discoveries in an ocean of data full of unknowns. For more information, don't forget to check out the "Deep Learning: What Does It Do, How Does It Work, Why Is It Important?" (Spesific article) article, written by Ne Bilim and edited by Ahmet Ege Çarıkçıoğlu!


Avicenna (Persian: ابن سینا), Abu Ali Sina (Persian: ابوعلی سینا) or "Ibn Sina" as Easterns call him (980 – June 1037) was a Persian polymath (Hezarfen / a person with extensive knowledge in many different disciplines). He is considered one of the most significant doctors, astronomers, thinkers, writers, and scholars of the Golden Age of Islam period, and a physician known as the father of polymeric (Multiple fields) early medicine.

Chronological Dating of Archaeopteryx and Its Fossils

If you want to perform a study in paleontology and paleozoology, you should have findings in your hand. Because the main thing that advances these branches of science is discovery, any fossil that can be found can completely disprove your hypothesis or move it toward a different area. So, the topic of this article will also be a creature that has entirely changed our perspective on feathered dinosaurs.


Khwarizmi, Al-Khwarizmi, Khwarizmi (The names may differ. Persian: خوارزمی) or full name Abu Jafer Muhammad bin Musa al-Khwarizmi (780, Khwarizm - 850, Baghdad); is a Persian scientist who worked in the fields of mathematics, astronomy, geography, and algorithms. Latin translations of his works on Indian numerals introduced the decimal positional number system to the Western world in the twelfth century.

Jia Xian

Jia Xian (Simplified Chinese: 贾宪, Traditional Chinese: 賈憲, Pinyin Alphabet: Jiǎ Xiàn, Wade-Giles /Beijing Chinese: Chia Hsien; 1010-1070) was a Chinese mathematician and astronomer. Besides the fact that he succeeded in defining Pascal's triangle in the eleventh century, he made many mathematical inventions and astronomical discoveries.