Blog 45 Colonizing Mars Step 1: Design by award-winning author, adventurer and scientist

Blog 45 Colonizing Mars Step 1: Design by award-winning author, adventurer and scientist Mark Kingston Levin PhD. Figure 1. SpaceX looks to colonize Mars. The new BFR is designed to be 387 feet (118 meters) high. The payload is immense; it can carry 100 metric tons all the way to the surface of Mars. Figure [...]

2019-01-17T09:19:24+00:00 January 17th, 2019|Blog|

Blog 17 Comments on how to use Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+)

Blog 17 Comments on how to use Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+), a possible step to the scientific fountain of youth, discovered at Harvard by David Sinclair, PhD. This Anti-aging article was written by Mark Kingston Levin PhD an award-winning science fiction author, adventurer and scientist. Updated September 8, 2018 Figure 1. David Sinclair PhD, Harvard [...]

2019-01-15T16:08:08+00:00 January 15th, 2019|Blog|

Blog 31 The making of anti-matter – A tribute to Paul Dirac

Blog 31 The making of anti-matter – A tribute to Paul Dirac “…Heisenberg and Schrödinger can claim to have caught the first glimpses of the theory. But it was Dirac who put them together and revealed the whole picture.” Stephen Hawking from his’s book about Dirac titled Paul Dirac: The Man and His Work, 1998. [...]

2019-01-15T15:44:48+00:00 January 15th, 2019|Blog|

Blog 30 Missing Physics – where is the missing mass of the Higgs particle?

Blog 30 Missing Physics – where is the missing mass of the Higgs particle? by Mark Kingston Levin PhD Wins the Nobel Prize in 2013 in Stockholm Credit Wikipedia The Quasi-particle--- mMany believe it an elusive quasi-particle has been found by a major international team of over 100 scientists from all over the globe. For [...]

2019-01-15T15:21:17+00:00 January 15th, 2019|Blog|

Blog 29 New Approach to Aging

Blog 29 New Approach to Aging by award-winning author, adventurer and scientist Mark Kingston Levin PhD Cellular senescence (deterioration from age) is a condition where normal cells cease to divide. In the early 1960s, biologists Leonard Hayflick and Paul Moorhead made a great discovery that normal human cells divide approximately 50 times before they stop. [...]

2019-01-15T15:11:33+00:00 January 15th, 2019|Blog|

Blog 27 Hawaii was the place for astronomers, but now with Hubble what does Hawaii offer?

Blog 27 Hawaii was the place for astronomers, but now with Hubble what does Hawaii offer? There are 13 observatories on Mauna Kea but the first big 3 were installed in 1979. Even before that Governor Burns had a road installed so that the famous astronomer, Gerard Kuiper could set up a small telescope a [...]

2019-01-15T14:57:44+00:00 January 15th, 2019|Blog|

Blog 28 Black holes near the center of the Milky Way

Blog 28 Black holes near the center of the Milky Way by award-winning author Mark Kingston Levin PhD. Figure 1. The supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way is surrounded by a swarm of smaller black holes, according to new research. Scientists were able to pinpoint at least 12 black hole binaries, [...]

2019-01-15T14:46:02+00:00 January 15th, 2019|Blog|

Blog 19 The First steps in Human Trials with Nicotinamide Riboside

Blog 19 The First steps in Human Trials with Nicotinamide Riboside (a form of Vitamin B3) By award-winning author and scientist Mark Kingston Levin PhD Figure 1. The first steps in Human trials is to demonstrate that the drug in question in not toxic to human. Second does it boost NAD+ levels in humans? The [...]

2019-01-15T13:55:24+00:00 January 15th, 2019|Blog|

Blog 54 Dark Matter from Neutron Decay

Blog 54 Dark Matter from Neutron Decay There are many types of dark matter detectors, so far dark matter is a mystery, by award-winning author, adventurer and scientist Mark Kingston Levin PhD Figure 1. Super-Kamiokande (SK) is the Japanese Dark Matter experiment started in 1996. SK is located under a mountain known as Mt. Ikenoyama [...]

2019-01-09T14:45:58+00:00 January 9th, 2019|Blog, Uncategorized|

Blog 53 Matter Vs Antimatter Kids Corner one of the biggest challenges in science today

Blog 53 Matter Vs Antimatter Kids Corner one of the biggest challenges in science today is why matter and antimatter were not made equal quantities, which would have wipe everything out or turned all mass into energy? Solve this and win a Nobel Prize! I will be here to help you. Just ask any questions. [...]

2019-01-08T16:10:15+00:00 January 8th, 2019|Blog|