So being a social media noob, it’s probably not all that surprising that I didn’t know much about “trolling,” but I was enlightened after an episode of Insight a couple of weeks ago. In its mildest form, trolling just seems like a waste of time to me and in its most vicious form, it seems extremely cruel and unwarranted. But maybe that’s just the way I’m wired. Literally.
Perhaps there is life on Mars. SAM is the instrument that could reveal the signs of life we’re searching for.
Curiosity will spend its days injecting neutrons into the ground, blasting rock with lasers and irradiating soils with X-rays, all in the search for water and to piece together a geological history of Mars.
The Mars rover Curiosity has already achieved something special with its smooth landing, but some exciting science is just about to begin. Find out about the technology on board Curiosity that will conduct the search for water and perhaps find some clues about life.
It’s Pi Approximation Day! Well Sunday it is. And yes, it’s a thing. And yes, a day dedicated to the celebration of pi is a bit ridiculous, but you’ll find that the real life of Pi is pretty intriguing
The Higgs boson has been the talk of the town in recent days, with two experiments, ATLAS and CMS, at the Large Hadron Collider by CERN reporting their discoveries of a new particle. But what is the Higgs and what’s so special about it?
Voyager 1 has reached the outer boundary of the solar system. But there’s more to it than that. Celebrate the amazing career of Voyager in space as well as our human achievements.
Is Genetic Modification so bad? Why Greenpeace’s view is trivial and how GM can help us.
Physics and energy go hand in hand. But what state is the world currently in and where is it headed? This infographic quickly describes one possible direction for energy generation… Alternatively, there are other forms of attaining nuclear fusion…
These days, taking a photograph is something that is so deeply ingrained in our history and social interactions that it has literally become a case of ‘point-and-shoot’. But it was not always so!