Watching what life is like in zero-gravity in the International Space Station has always fascinated me as it does most people. I’ve seen liquids float around in little balls, the […]
I love science. Always have and always will. Here is a cool video showing the more interesting side of chemistry.
This image that came across Facebook prompted me to do a bit of exploring. Just so you know right away, this graphic is not entirely correct, but close. LOL… one […]
These are definitely the most amazing, phenomenal photos of the sun I have ever seen! Alan Friedman of Buffalo, New York is an amateur astrophotography who captures amazing photographs of the […]
A 10-ton meteor streaked at supersonic speed over Russia’s Ural Mountains on Friday, setting off blasts that injured hundreds of people possibly upwards to over a thousand. Many locals feared […]
FYI… IzaakMak, you may want to skip this one. An entertaining and informative article from Scientific American. Here are a few of the more horrifying ways a beetle can kick […]
I was planning on working on one of my sites today, but never got around to it because I was checking out some awesome programs and apps I found on […]
This is awesome! Photography taken by the Mars Rover, Curiosity, in a 360 degree panoramic view. Photography by Andres Bodrov. Taken at 14:23 on 14/08/2012. Simply click and drag to […]
This certainly is not the first probe or rover to be sent to Mars, but for some reason, it seems like it to me. Perhaps it is due to the […]
Ah, yes. Remember the cartoon The Jetsons? The intro shows the family zipping around in their carlike aircraft just the same as we do now in cars, trucks, motorcycles and […]
Some more cheesy humor about the CERN’s recent discovery of the Higgs boson, aka “The God Particle.” Woof!
Stop me if you’ve heard this one. It’s a “groaner” alright.
Here is a great video mash-up created by the Symphony of Science in honor of the recent announcement today of the discovery of the Higgs boson, otherwise known as the […]
Mister Rogers remixed by Symphony of Science’s John D. Boswell for PBS Digital Studios. This is actually an excellent remix and video. Never in my life ever imagined Mister Rogers […]
Talk about having a bad day… fossilized turtles caught in the act – yes, the act of having sex. Researchers can only speculate, but one possibility of a death trap […]
Here are some photos from the annular eclipse on May 20, 2012. All taken in Albuquerque, New Mexico right next to the airport. Myself and my friend, Dave, were the […]