Tag Archives: Science

Why is life the way it is?

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Why is life the way it is? Is Epigenetics Inherited? The Elegant Simplicity of the Electric Universe Beyond: Our Future in Space Mistrust of Science Why is life the way it is? Dr Nick Lane ‒ The Royal Society Life is the harnessing of […]

My picks, 2016-13

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Predicting the range of droplet sizes for sticky fluids Additive Manufacturing with Metals What’s harder to understand, a human brain or the universe? Big Ideas for future NSF investments Marie Tharp: Uncovering the Secrets of the Ocean Floor Predicting the range of droplet sizes […]

My picks, 2016-10

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Curing Cancer with Proton Beams Acoustic holograms Hummingbirds How to raise successful kids – without over-parenting Human Neurons Continue to Migrate After Birth Curing Cancer with Proton Beams Suzie Sheehy Particle accelerators do more than just particle physics research. Suzie Sheehy takes a look […]

My picks, 2016-9

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Chemical History of a Candle by Michael Faraday Lines of Thought: Understanding Anatomy Reading through closed books LiFi: Crossing the Digital Divide Are the Dominoes Falling for Standard Cosmology? Chemical History of a Candle by Michael Faraday Bill Hammack & Don DeCoste Bill Hammack […]

My picks, 2015-17

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Baby Bear Tree Huggers FLIR and Columbia Sportswear Soap boat water experiment Why Do Hyenas Laugh? Trusting a Lion with Your Life How Lions Choose Their Prey Hyenas Know Who’s Single… Through Scent How do owls fly so silently? Satellite Tracks Saharan Dust to […]

My picks, 2015-14

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Michio Kaku on How Curiosity Is CRUSHED By The Education System Chameleon Fight – Madagascar Morph-Powered Nymph Color Shifting Spider Introducing Spot Grape-sized Guts SIGGRAPH 2014 – Elliot Kotek, Keynote Speaker Mating Crabs Busted by Sharks Sneaky Hummingbird Michio Kaku on How Curiosity Is […]

The Character of Physical Law – Richard Feynman

The following are notes I took while reading the lectures. 1 The Law of Gravitation, an example of Physical Law But people had seen in telescopes Jupiter’s satellites going around Jupiter, and it looked like a little solar system, as if the satellites were attracted to Jupiter. The moon is attracted to the earth and […]

I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.

I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious. ‒ Albert Einstein Thousands of Einstein Documents Are Now a Click Away Einstein Archives Online From New York Times article: They have been called the Dead Sea Scrolls of physics. Since 1986, the Princeton University Press and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, to whom Albert […]

My picks, 32

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. The Elusive Neutrino and the Nature of the Cosmos Inflation to Eternity Stanford scientists seek to map origins of mental illness, develop noninvasive treatment How Do X-rays Work? Plato in the Kitchen Lucy: 3.2 Million Year Old Mother of Man Why Some Countries Are […]

My picks, 26

These are the articles and videos from the previous week I found most interesting. Sunset Solar Eclipse How to Make Quark Soup Michio Kaku Warning on the Decline of Science in America Earth From Space Danny Macaskill: The Ridge Nuclear Catastrophe: How Much Risk are You Willing to Accept? Cave art in the tropics 2014 […]