Artificial intelligence and the future of humans is a book-length topic. How do machines learn? Is the power of machine learning all that powerful?
What would you need to live on Mars? I investigated and found out exactly what we’d need to live on Mars! For free!
EXPLORING NEW SCIENCE INNOVATIONS New science innovations are a testament to human ingenuity. I’m a science fiction fan, but when future science concepts and ideas become the latest innovations to help our environment and ourselves, that is too good not to share! This post is a celebration of human ingenuity. Armed with chocolate for me
7 BEST WAYS TO SLOW AGING I’m sure you see many products and services touting the 7 best ways to slow aging, not to mention anti aging secrets, ways to have firmer skin, more energy, or better workouts. Let’s back it up and take a look at what makes us age. Why do we age?
Instead of looking back at 2020, (ugh) let’s gaze further back. Since this is science blog, I’m giving a nod to 10 great scientists and their discoveries. Many of these scientists had messy lives. Many of the discoveries were accidental. Most of them are dead.
That means they can’t refute the gossip I’m about to throw around about them! Let’s take a peek…
I don’t know about you, but I’m sick of 2020. 2021 will be better. I’ve just compiled a list of the top 12 astronomy events in 2021!
From meteor showers to lunar eclipses and solar eclipses, with chances to see Mercury in the horizon and Saturn at opposition, these astronomical events ARE happening, no matter what’s going on with us humans. They’ll be spectacular, and require nothing but a clear sky.
Ever wonder how to see artificial satellites! You can see artificial satellites with the naked eye. I’m going to show you how.
Do you want to travel to the most difficult places to visit on earth?
In this day and age, I figured we could hop a plane to get anywhere.
I was wrong…
Meteor showers are magical and mystical. Sighting meteor showers in 2019? I failed miserably.
Could humans ever see in the dark? Scientists are working on it…with mice!
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