It’s very large, and has an extremely strong magnetic field, and it’s a “rogue”, not attached to any other object Continue Reading →
The space agency was officially created with a stroke of President Eisenhower’s pen. But first, there were months of anxiety, failure and frenzied lawmaking.
The origins of NASA can be traced all the way back to the Continue Reading →, but the real story
Reflect On: What is it about these altered states that cause such profound changes in the brain within such Continue Reading →
As a teenager, Daniel Nemes has had a passion for science and astronomy so it was no surprise when his vocation took him into the field of science. Today Nemes is both a scientist and inventor in Columbia, with him claiming he has the technology to photograph multidimensional beings.
Nemes said that his interest in the multidimensional universe began after Continue Reading →
Check out this desk-size turbine that could power a small town of about 10,000 homes. As noted by MIT, The unit is driven by “supercritical carbon dioxide,” which is in a state that at very high pressure and up to 700 °C exists as neither a liquid nor a gas.
A revolutionary technology, a small turbine, has the ability to provide Continue Reading →
Shrouded in mystery, scientists have tried since time immemorial to understand our place in the vastness of space.
This search has led many astronomers—and philosophers in ancient times—to wonder whether or not humans are the only living Continue Reading →
We’d have to define first what crystals are. Crystals—ordinary crystals—are defined as being a structure made of a homogeneous solid substance having a natural geometrically regular form with symmetrically arranged plane faces Continue Reading →
Proof of that is the countless discoveries that have been made in the past years. With each discovery, it seems we only learn how little we know about the cosmos. Now, a recent image shared by the European Space Agency has revealed Continue Reading →
According to theoretical physicist Carlo Rovelli, time is an illusion: our naive perception of its flow doesn’t correspond to physical reality. Indeed, as Rovelli argues in The Order of Time, much more is illusory, including Isaac Newton’s picture of a universally ticking clock. Even Albert Einstein’s relativistic space-time — an elastic manifold that contorts so that local times differ depending Continue Reading →
The sun, which holds steady in the center of the solar system, is fascinating enough in of itself. But it also produces solar flares, which are just as fascinating. However, no matter how mesmerizing they may seem to be, they are known Continue Reading →
Space discovery is expanding almost as massively as space itself — thanks to the power and clarity of the Kepler Space Telescope — making the possibility of hundreds of billions of exoplanets, if not a trillion Continue Reading →
Physicists have done the seemingly impossible: found a way to track mysterious quantum particles even when those particles aren’t being directly observed. In classical physics, an object occupies Continue Reading →
432 Hz is an alternative tuning that is mathematically consistent with the universe. Music based on 432 Hz transmits beneficial healing energy, because it is a pure tone of math Continue Reading →
Do you ever listen to music and feel the hairs on your arm or neck standing up? Perhaps it makes you feel like crying? It may mean that you have a strong connection between Continue Reading →
Excitonium has a team of researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign… well… excited! Professor of Physics Peter Abbamonte and graduate students Anshul Kogar and Mindy Rak, with input from Continue Reading →
While most of us wouldn’t go out of our way to hurt another living creature, plenty of people don’t think twice about eating meat. Where their food came from and the Continue Reading →
A group of scientists from Linköping University (Sweden), Jožef Stefan Institute (Slovenia), Russia’s National University of Science and Technology MISiS and Continue Reading →
Astronomers using the MUSE instrument on ESO’s Very Large Telescope in Chile have conducted the deepest spectroscopic survey ever. They focused on Continue Reading →
A new discovery about a drug called Tideglusib might replace Continue Reading →
As Nikola Tesla said, “The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of it existence.” And truly, we are living in the beginning Continue Reading →
We’ve seen ourselves in the heavens. A giant spiral galaxy 180 million light years from Earth not only resembles the Milky Way but also boasts a pair of interacting Continue Reading →
Progress, as they say, is slow. In science, this is often true even for major breakthroughs; rarely is an entire field of research remade in a single swoop. The Human Genome Project took a decade. Finding the first gravitational waves Continue Reading →
Scientists have managed to edit the DNA inside of a living patient for the first time ever, and it seems we are upon a new milestone in the history of science. A group of researchers from UCSF Benioff Children’s Continue Reading →
Despite the recognition that Carl Jung has received throughout the last century or so, the importance of his work still cannot be stressed enough. The real beauty of Jung’s work was his ability to Continue Reading →
Wormholes are fascinating (but theoretical) cosmological objects that can connect two distant regions of the universe. They would allow one to create “shortcuts” through space in order to travel Continue Reading →
Previous studies have shown a direct effect that art Continue Reading →
Imagine lying on a hospital bed, closing your eyes, and then being able to hear the doctors announce your own time of death. If this sounds strangely familiar to you, perhaps you’re thinking of the recently Continue Reading →
In our modern age, all of us have been touched in one way or another by mental illness, either directly or indirectly. Depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress, and an ever growing list of psychotic Continue Reading →
During the early period of Hinduism, spiritual gurus became fascinated by poetry and began Continue Reading →