Top 10 Unanswered Science Questions
There are several questions which are not answered by science. After analyzing all themes I found these 10 questions. They all are amazing.
10. What is the universe made for?
This is a key question. Until about thirty years ago, astronomers thought that the universe was composed almost entirely of this “baryonic matter”, ordinary atoms. However, in the past few decades, there has been ever more evidence accumulating that suggests there is something in the universe that we cannot see, perhaps some new form of matter. It is an embarrassing fact that our scientists do not know what 95% of our universe is made up of which is how known as dark energy and dark matter. Everything that we see around us is made up of Atoms and barely accounts for 5% of the universe.
9. How did life begin?
Life was given to us approximately a billion years ago. We have much evidence of that. Recently discovered bones of the Australopithecus, the apelike creature which scientists believe to be the ancestor of modern humans, date back four million years. There is also evidence that human beings were living in groups and making tools on all the continents about 30,000 years ago. Let’s see now what the biology says. According to some report years ago some chemicals got together and made the first molecule self-sufficient to replica itself. Is Darwin’s evolution of man is real? But how all this things started. If DNA is major source then I mean how first time DNA made? We human are somehow linked by evolution to those early biological molecules. Bu the question still remains at large that how did those basic chemicals present on the early Earth.
8. Are we alone in the universe?
May be Not..! Some people believe that Alien was came on earth and they started life on earth. Professor Brian Cox says alien life is all but impossible and humanity is ‘unique’. Astronomers have been working out hard to find the answer.
7. What is consciousness?
Consciousness is the state of being aware of and responsive to one’s surroundings. Science communities think that if they can figure this out it will help them to understand how consciousness emerges. Philosophers and scientists have long pondered the nature of consciousness, but only a few modern theories have the chops to explain it.
6. Why do we dream?
We spent one-third part of our life in dreaming or say while sleeping. Dreams mainly occur in the rapid-eye movement (REM) stage of sleep—when brain activity is high and resembles that of being awake. But why and how this process is done nobody know that..! Answer is still unknown.
5. Are there other universe?
First sub question arise is life is possible in any other planet? Given a fact there are 60 billion planets out there in there and each would be existing in its own unique setting, may be somewhere some planet exist with setting just optimum for life to sustain..! is parallel galaxy is true?
4. Where do we put all the carbon?
In 21st century pollution is a major issue. Day by day our demand is increasing therefore pressure on industries also increase. Far past many hundreds of years we have been filling the atmosphere with carbon dioxide by burning the fossil fuels that so far had locked the away below the earth surface. Now we got to put all the carbon back or else we risk the consequences of a warming climate. But no one knows how to do it. Do you???
3. What’s so weird about prime number?
Prime number is a digit that can only be divided by themselves and 1. It is the fact of prime numbers that makes useful to securing internet and thereby helps you transact online securely. The prime numbers are used to construct keys capable of locking you are sensitive information from hacker
2. What’s at the bottom of the ocean?
95% of our oceans remain unexplored. No one knows what lies there.
1. What’s at the bottom of a black hole?
a region of space having a gravitational field so intense that no matter or radiation can escape. Einstein’s theory on General Relativity says that when black hole is created by a dying and collapsing star, it continues to shrink into itself, till forms an infinite small, infinite dense point referred to as singularity. But what is true?