fbpx

RSSCategory: Science

SETI rebooted: the new Galileo Project launches, dedicated to finding alien life (science news).

July 26, 2021 | By | Reply More
SETI rebooted: the new Galileo Project launches, dedicated to finding alien life (science news).

Dr Brian Keating releases some stunning news fresh out of Harvard, today. Basically, it’s SETI plus, a massive new project called the Galileo Project to find alien life – whether it be via UAPs, alien space junk, alien megastructures, or anomalous megastructures. “In 2017, the world for the first time observed an interstellar object, called […]

Read More

The Science Of Orphan Black: The Official Companion by Casey Griffin and Nina Nesseth (book review).

July 21, 2021 | By | Reply More
The Science Of Orphan Black: The Official Companion by Casey Griffin and Nina Nesseth (book review).

You know how it is. You enjoy a TV series, so there is a desire to see what books there are on the subject. ‘The Science Of Orphan Black: The Official Companion’ by Casey Griffin and Nina Nesseth seemed like a good place to start. Here, the authors blend real science with the unauthorised experimentation […]

Read More

Richest, oldest, and youngest crew return to Earth after New Shepard space flight (science news).

July 20, 2021 | By | Reply More
Richest, oldest, and youngest crew return to Earth after New Shepard space flight (science news).

The richest, oldest, and youngest crew have returned to Earth after New Shepard’s first successful human-manned space flight mission to orbit. Jeff Bezos was the richest, of course. While Wally Funk’s journey to space began in the 1960s, when she was the youngest graduate of the Woman in Space Program, a privately-funded project which tested […]

Read More

The Painful Truth by Monty Lyman (book review).

July 16, 2021 | By | 1 Reply More
The Painful Truth by Monty Lyman (book review).

Does it hurt? From reading Monty Lyman’s book, ‘The Painful Truth’, your life expediency is higher if it is because you take fewer risks when you can’t feel pain. Lyman cites various examples throughout this book as well. As my own agoraphobia means I’m mostly drug intolerant, I have to tolerate any pain from an […]

Read More

Why simple life in our solar system may still be found (science video).

July 16, 2021 | By | Reply More
Why simple life in our solar system may still be found (science video).

Methane has recently been discovered in the plumes of the moon Enceladus. NASA Chief Scientist Dr. James L. Green joins John Michael Godier on Event Horizon to discuss just how the organisation is now searching for life beyond Earth – in the solar system and well beyond.

Read More

The Origin of Life on Earth and Alien Worlds (science video).

July 11, 2021 | By | Reply More
The Origin of Life on Earth and Alien Worlds (science video).

In this fascinating science video entitled, The Origin of Life on Earth and Alien Worlds, Lex Fridman – the modern day Carl Sagan of A.I. and other fascinating edge science topics – gets together with Sara Walker, an astrobiologist and theoretical physicist, to chat about such topics as is consciousness fundamental to the universe, how […]

Read More

What the Radio Signal from Proxima Centauri might mean (SETI interview).

July 9, 2021 | By | Reply More
What the Radio Signal from Proxima Centauri might mean (SETI interview).

Senior astronomer at SETI, Seth Shostak, talks about his work in the search for ET intelligence, as well as his thoughts in ‘Oumuamua – the first known interstellar object detected passing through our solar system, and finally, an odd signal picked up by the Breakthrough Listen project.

Read More

Can we really colonize Mars this century? Or like, ever? (science video).

July 6, 2021 | By | Reply More
Can we really colonize Mars this century? Or like, ever? (science video).

Mars or bust? Let’s dust off Elon’s rockets and head for glory, folks. Or death. Maybe death? Yikes!

Read More

Terraforming Venus into a second Earth (science video).

July 6, 2021 | By | Reply More
Terraforming Venus into a second Earth (science video).

In the words of the Immortal Sage, Venus is hot, damned hot! But some scientists have got together and made a mad-cap plan to terraform Venus into a second Earth. All it will take is a massive sun shield and a couple of thousand years, as well as a few mass drivers on other planets. […]

Read More

When SHIELD copied reality: the Lockheed nuclear-powered flying helicarrier (science video).

July 4, 2021 | By | Reply More
When SHIELD copied reality: the Lockheed nuclear-powered flying helicarrier (science video).

In one of those odd moments when the Agents of SHIELD copied reality (or maybe, the other way around?), meets Lockheed’s real-life plans for a massive nuclear-powered flying heli-carrier… a titan of the skies that could have moved armies, or launched air fleets, from anywhere in the world. Nuclear powered, it would have landed for […]

Read More

SFcrowsnest