- Finally! Science Rap Music For Children
With all the "bro's" and "ho's" we hear about in the rap world, I think it's safe to say that as a society, we all agree that the rap industry could use a drastic image change. Furthermore, if that image change could inc ...
Article - Hayley Mann - May 5 2009 - 3:57am
- The Socialism Paradox
I find myself fascinated how similar people, with similar values, can feel so differently about social engineering. This comes out in political discourse, and certainly is a hot topic today, with those more in favor of socialism, which I’ll refer to in t ...
Blog Post - James Hawkins - Apr 2 2009 - 8:17am
- Go Spock Yourself!
It's an idea so brilliant, I wish I had thought of it (though that gimmicked Google street view art project Josh linked to made me a bit jealous as well)... in preparation for the upcoming Star Trek movie you can make yourself into a Star Trek charact ...
Article - Hank Campbell - May 12 2009 - 1:35pm
- Life On Other Planets? Ancient Microbes Under Antarctic Survived Millions Of Years Without Light Or Oxygen
Scientists have found an ancient ecosystem below an Antarctic glacier and learned that it survived millions of years by transforming sulfur and iron compounds for growth. ...
Article - News Staff - Apr 16 2009 - 4:36pm
- Future Tech- Adding Context To Email And Text Without LOL And Smiley Faces
How many times have you had some pithy comment in prose be misinterpreted when you just know that if the other people could simply hear your voice or see your face they would know how brilliant you are? It happens a lot and emoticons, along with their evil ...
Article - News Staff - Apr 17 2009 - 10:35am
- Bar Refaeli Does Bikinis For Breast Cancer
LOS ANGELES, April 28 /PRNewswire/-- Taking a cue from the number one women's wardrobe staple, the little black dress, Hurley and Bar Refaeli introduce the Little Black Bikini, a timeless essential for beaches everywhere. The limited-edition Hurley L ...
Article - News Staff - Apr 27 2010 - 5:39pm
- In Time For Star Trek, Physicists Say They Can Make A Warp Drive
With the new movie ‘Star Trek’ opening in theaters across the nation, one thing movie goers will undoubtedly see is the Starship Enterprise racing across the galaxy at the speed of light but two Baylor University physicists believe they have an idea that c ...
Article - News Staff - May 7 2009 - 8:50pm
- More On Biologos: The Morality God-Of-The-Gaps
Following on from the previous post, I wanted to pull out another couple of 'pointers to God' that Francis Collins and BioLogos like to present as part of their argument for belief. I like them because, far from being pointers to god, they are i ...
Article - Tom Rees - May 19 2009 - 4:25pm
- The kind of comment that makes bloggers sick.
In spite of not having any where near as much physics education some people feel a need to prove they know more than I do. These people are never physicist themselves, they have nothing to prove. Usually they are someone with little education and/or self ...
Blog Post - Hontas Farmer - May 15 2009 - 10:07am
- Let's aim for the right side of the graph
Fellow Scientific Bloggers: learned and/or discovered is the place to be. Go forth and blog well. Source: http://thisisindexed.com/ ...
Blog Post - Becky Jungbauer - May 15 2009 - 9:43am