Science & Tech

  • Watch The Space Launch Of A Falcon 9 Rocket Live

    Posted Friday, April 18th, 2014 09:00 am GMT -4 by
    Today, Friday, April 18, 2014, SpaceX will launch a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida to bring supplies via the Dragaon capsule to the International Space Station and you can watch the launch live! Some of the supplies the rocket will be bringing include materials...
  • (UPDDATED: Launch Delayed) Watch the Space Launch Of The Dragon Capsule Live

    Posted Monday, April 14th, 2014 03:44 pm GMT -4 by
      UPDATED: Due to the revelation of a helium leak, today’s launch has been scrapped. It is tentatively scheduled for 12:25PM PT/3:25 PM ET on Friday, April 18th.   Today at 1:58 PT/4:58 ET, Space X will be launching the Dragon capsule and you can watch it live here...
  • 3D Printers May Be Able To Print Human Organs

    Posted Saturday, April 12th, 2014 09:00 am GMT -4 by
    It’s amazing what 3D printers can do. From creating food to toys, it makes sense the next evolution of 3D printers would allow scientists to create a human organ. Scientists can create small pieces of living tissue in a lab. In an ideal world, these tissues can be put together...
  • Discovery Channel And Science Channel To Air Live Moon Landing

    Posted Sunday, April 6th, 2014 09:00 am GMT -4 by
    The Science Channel and the Discovery Channel will be teaming up to air a live lunar landing, calling it an “Apollo Moment” for the millennial generation. The networks have teamed with Google Lunar XPRIZE, which is a $30 million competition where teams aim to land an unmanned...
  • Scientists Have Successfully Cloned A Dinosaur

    Posted Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 12:00 pm GMT -4 by
    A spokesperson from Liverpool’s John Moore University has said that scientists have successfully cloned a dinosaur. The dinosaur, named Spot (PERFECT name for a dinosaur) is an Apatosaurus and is being incubated at the University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Spot is...
  • Surgeons to Use Suspended Animation

    Posted Friday, March 28th, 2014 02:14 pm GMT -4 by
    Surgeons at the UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA will attempt to save the lives of gunshot or knife wound victims by placing them in suspended animation. The purpose of suspended animation is not (yet) for space travel, but to give doctors more time to fix wounds...
  • Scientists Discover Evidence That The Universe Is Expanding

    Posted Thursday, March 27th, 2014 01:00 pm GMT -4 by
    This is a very exciting time for science news as scientists have found pretty substantial evidence that, like my waistline, the universe is actually expanding. Perhaps the universe eating too many donuts? Scientists have found an orientation, or key polarization, of tiny microwaves...
  • Study Shows Civilization Is Doomed

    Posted Sunday, March 23rd, 2014 04:30 pm GMT -4 by
    Someone recently told me that I needed to change my attitude about the world. Apparently, it would behoove me to think more positively about humanity, that things will inevitably work out, that the universe unfolds as it should. Well, the universe does unfold as it should, but...
  • Scientist Discovers Five-Second Rule May Actually Exist

    Posted Sunday, March 23rd, 2014 10:30 am GMT -4 by
    I don’t believe in a lot of things, but I do believe in the five-second rule. It turns out I’ve got science on my side. If you’re clumsy like me, you may know that the five-second rule means that when you drop food on the floor you can wait a total of five seconds to pick...
  • Sony Officially Unveils Project Morpheus

    Posted Wednesday, March 19th, 2014 09:00 pm GMT -4 by
    “Unfortunately, no one can be told what The Matrix is. You’ll have to see it for yourself.” This will no doubt hold true with Sony’s new VR headset prototype, appropriately named ‘Project Morpheus’. Hold on tight boys and girls, cause sh*t is about...
  • TV Review: ‘Cosmos : Some Of The Things That Molecules Do’

    Posted Monday, March 17th, 2014 01:00 pm GMT -4 by
    Like last week, the second episode of ‘Cosmos’ is a a recreation of the 1980 episode, “One Voice in a Cosmic Fugue”. It follows the general theme of Sagan’s original series, and focuses on the complexity of life. In it, Neil DeGrasse Tyson takes...
  • Sony To Unveil VR Headset At GDC 2014

    Posted Monday, March 17th, 2014 11:00 am GMT -4 by
    Rumours have been circulating for a while now that Virtual Reality will be the next big thing in entertainment. Oh wait, that was the 80’s. Fast forward 30 years and it looks like the fantasy future of fully immersive Virtual Reality might actually be here at long last. Thanks...
  • TV Review: ‘Cosmos: Standing Up In The Milky Way’

    Posted Monday, March 10th, 2014 05:00 pm GMT -4 by
    Years ago, the science community and children of the eighties poked their meerkat-ish heads up at the mention of a ‘Cosmos’ remake. “Could it be true?” they wondered, “Is the world really ready to come back to science?” Well, it’s a...
  • New Form of Matter Discovered

    Posted Saturday, March 8th, 2014 07:00 pm GMT -4 by
    Scientists at the University of Colorado Joint Institute for Lab Astrophysics have discovered a new form of matter called dropletons. This discovery came when the team was attempting to create excitons. Excitons are formed when a photon hits a semiconductor. Sometimes, an electron...
  • Iron Man Suit May Be Closer To Reality Than You Think

    Posted Sunday, March 2nd, 2014 05:00 pm GMT -4 by
    As science continues to make exceptional advances in technology, the case of life imitating art is becoming more common. Take the ‘Star Trek‘ communicator. We have that now, even better than the one dreamt up over 50 years ago. It’s primary purpose, to communicate...