Posts filed under “Science”

Apollo 11 Retrospective: ‘One We Intend To Win’


Source: Space

Category: Science, Technology, Travel

Which disease is most likely to kill you across the planet?

Source: Salon

Category: Science

Source: Climate Desk

Category: Science

Source: World Economic Forum

Category: Science, Technology

How Brain Electro-stim Improves Cognitive Functions

From Radiolab:

9-Volt Nirvana

Category: Science, Video

El Niño and Rainfall

Source: Know More   From meteorologist Paul Douglas: According to scientists at NOAA and NASA May was the warmest on record, worldwide. It was the 351st month in a row of global temperatures warmer than the 20th century average. Measurements of global temperatures are consistently rising, especially over the last half century. As the World…Read More

Category: Science

Inaction on climate change

Source: World Economic Forum

Category: Politics, Science

The Values of Science

Robert Krulwich’s commencement speech at California Institute of Technology gets at the heart of what Radiolab does.

From RadioLab

Category: Philosophy, Science, Video, Weekend

Solar Freaking Roadways! We at Washington’s Blog are big proponents of decentralized energy production and storage, because it is key to protecting against terrorism, fascism and destruction of our health, environment and economy. We noted in 2011 that a Dutch team figured out a way to make roads into solar generators. The concept is interesting: And a…Read More

Category: Energy, Science

Source: Abstruse Goose

Category: Science