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
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’ve mapped out two fun, easy experiments that you can do with your kids, grandkids, highlight in a zoom meeting, or classroom.
I shouldn’t call science a trick, but both of these easy experiments make great practical jokes.
So let’s get to it. Time to trick…I mean impress your posse with science at home!
Ever wonder how to see artificial satellites! You can see artificial satellites with the naked eye. I’m going to show you how.
Will science fiction become fact and restore sight to the visually impaired? With bionic aka cybernetic eyes….yes!
People in movies and books find their way out of the woods by making their own compass out of who knows what. This skill is COOL.
In the interest of us all being cool, a blog post was in order.
If you want to impress your kids, grandkids, significant other, neighbor or your dog, I’ve got a few cool tricks you can show them! No advanced degrees needed.
Which would you choose? Diamonds, right? Well, maybe this needs rethinking.
Want to impress your friends with a cool science trick? Supercool water!
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