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Flat Earthers ! What If Earth Was Flat !

Flat Earthers ! What If Earth Was Flat !

The 2018 is just halfway yet the Flat Earthers seems more resilient this year than ever. They also had their own convention in Birmingham and tried to discover gravity and Australia. They haven’t it all their own way and people are fighting back including Brian […]

Elon Musk sent the most powerful spacex rocket with his car

Elon Musk sent the most powerful spacex rocket with his car

Elon Musk spacex just began the adventure. He stunningly managed to pull off the shooting abroad most powerful spacex rocket on Earth.  His mission is to define the coming decade with most efficient way of carrying things and people in our solar system. This powerful […]

Self-driving car relies on spinning lasers!

Self-driving car relies on spinning lasers!

The companies related to self-driving cars, Waymo and Drive.ai offer jaunts to public in the regions Arizona, Texas, Frisco and Phoenix. In these areas plenty of people seem interested  to use futuristic cars to move. Generally if someone chooses to ride a driver less car, […]

Inside a Chemist’s Quest to Hack Evolution and Cure Genetic Disease

Inside a Chemist’s Quest to Hack Evolution and Cure Genetic Disease

David Liu’s office on the third floor of the Broad Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts is designed to quiet the mind. A museum-grade gemstone collection lines the walls, interspersed with blue-tinged photos Liu has taken of inspiring science-on-location scenes—the concrete corners of the Salk Institute, a […]

LA Is Doing Water Better Than Your City. Yes, That LA

LA Is Doing Water Better Than Your City. Yes, That LA

The frantic phone calls to the Community Water Center began in the summer of 2014. In the 7,000-strong unincorporated community of East Porterville, nestled against California’s Sierra Nevada mountains, homeowners’ wells were failing amid a historic drought. Folks were hauling water from their workplaces or […]

The Physics of a Puzzling Perpetual Motion Machine

The Physics of a Puzzling Perpetual Motion Machine

Perpetual motion—it’s fun to say that. For some people, perpetual motion machines hold the secret to everlasting free energy that will save the world. To them, it’s a machine that is just beyond our grasp. If only we could tweak our design just a little […]

Forget X-Ray Vision. You Can See Through Walls With Radio

Forget X-Ray Vision. You Can See Through Walls With Radio

Who wouldn’t enjoy a little X-ray vision, really? You could cheat at cards, for one. And that game where someone puts something under one of three cups and you have to guess where it is. Easy. Of course, X-ray vision would come with a downside, […]

How a Uranium Hunter Sniffs Out Nuclear Weapons

How a Uranium Hunter Sniffs Out Nuclear Weapons

When geologist and nuclear security researcher Rodney Ewing left the University of Michigan for Stanford in 2014, he left some of his belongings back in the Midwest. Hundreds of his belongings, actually. All of them radioactive. He wasn’t trying to poison anybody: It was a […]

The Surprisingly Cool Physics of Pushing a Block Against a Wall

The Surprisingly Cool Physics of Pushing a Block Against a Wall

This is a cooler physics problem than I initially realized. It goes something like this. A block has a mass of 1 kg and is placed on a vertical wall such that the coefficient of static friction is 0.5. With what magnitude force do you […]

All of Us and the Dream of a Research Diversity Crusader

All of Us and the Dream of a Research Diversity Crusader

On January 20, 2015, President Barack Obama took the opportunity of his State of the Union speech to announce a bold research project. Called the Precision Medicine Initiative, he said, it would harness the power of big data and DNA to the benefit of all. […]