Starship SN15 completes Cryo Proofing, Startic fire coming soon.
Lesson 19 (Voltage, Resistance and Current) of Dianna's Intro Physics Class on Physics Girl. Never taken physics before? Want to learn the basics of physics? Need a review of AP Physics concepts before the exam? This course is for you!
Today's Guest: Charlene & Ty Bollinger
Research into what causes Alzheimer's and how it might be treated involves a number of possibilities, but one scientists are continually coming back to is brain plaques playing a central role in driving the disease.
Controversy has shrouded the once-common plasticizer BPA since studies started to highlight its links to a whole range of adverse health effects in humans, but recent research has also shown that its substitutes mightn't be all that safe either.
Even diffuse objects like clouds or sugar cubes cast shadows, because they're disordered media that scatter light waves.
When people say "follow the science," often what they're really saying is "follow our plan."
I'm this video, we cover the major announcement about there being problems with the shot and go over some questions that should be raised about the official explanation.
Once it's been injured, the protective cartilage in our knees and other joints heals very slowly – if at all. A new injectable gel, however, could both reinforce the tissue after it's been damaged, and encourage new cartilage to grow over top of it
A new fabric developed by a Chinese team of scientists that works like a smartphone could have applications in communications, navigation, healthcare, and safety.
New Brain Cancer Immunotherapy Shows Promise in Human Trial – Most Patients Saw No Tumor Growth For 3 Years
The recent warnings of an imminent collapse in the U.S. aren't paranoia or typical doom saying by writers warning of crashes for three decades. These warnings are just common sense. Take a look at the news reports quietly being published in mainstr
In this article, Jan Walter describes, with extensive source citations, which techniques are possible to still vaccinate the population, when people are becoming increasingly critical of vaccinations.
Elon Musk's startup Neuralink has shown off the latest version of its brain-machine interface, which a monkey uses to wirelessly play Pong with its mind. The demonstration is both another step forward for the ambitious company and a fascinating look
"When you're 3D printing complex shapes, half of the time you are building the parts that you need, the other half of the time you're building the supports," says Prof. Yong Chen, who is leading the project along with PhD student Yang Xu. "So
The mouthpieces of the scientific establishment have identified the latest global security threat: antiscience. So what does that mean, exactly? Whatever they want it to mean, of course! This week on The Corbett Report podcast, James explores the gam
Hold on to your butts!
Now, scientists have pinpointed compounds that help explain Baltic amber's therapeutic effects and that could lead to new medicines to combat antibiotic-resistant infections.
Dr. James Lyons-Weiler and I spend some time getting to know more about the life and character of the heroic Dr. Paul Thomas.
A new report from the National Academies of Sciences recommended the United States pursue a robust research program into solar geoengineering, to reflect sunlight and forestall some of the worst effects of global warming.
Rejection of mainstream science and medicine has become a key feature of the political right in the U.S. and increasingly around the world
In a recent study, Nigerian researchers evaluated the antioxidant activities of B. ferruginea and its effect on the activities of key enzymes involved in carbohydrate metabolism. Their goal was to understand the mechanisms underlying the plant's an
Dr. Judy Mikovits, PhD, provides an update on vaccines/education/mandates; vaccine whistleblowers, dangers of covid-19 vaccine (actually gene therapy shots), talks about her being assaulted and thrown off a flight for not wearing the 'appropriate mas
James Cameron and Stephen Spielberg talked about 2001 on an AMC story of science fiction special hosted by Cameron.
Blue light may affect your health and your sleep, but blue light isn't just about screens
MAX HODAK WANTS US TO CREATE BRAND-NEW, "SUPER EXOTIC" DINOSAURS.
When a patient is receiving medication, it can be difficult to determine how much of the drug is actually making its way into their bloodstream. A new subdermal "tattoo" could help, thanks to its color-changing gold nanoparticles.
The individual or subject is no longer a creation of God but a creation of man, meaning the individual or subject could be the object of a "patent".