Just a reminder to ocassionally stop and zoom in on the flowers.
I love movie popcorn. I don’t care that it costs more per gallon than gasoline, I don’t care that no human alive would readily identify the “butter” as food, and I don’t even care that it was originally popped in the Clinton era. I draw the line, however, when my 15-year-old popcorn is the most original thing at the movies.
I’m pretty frustrated with this guy’s video attacking Bill Nye. I think you can probably imagine which position Ken Ham, president and CEO of Creation Museum, takes on evolution (indeed his livelihood depends on trying desperately to disprove it), but to attack Bill Nye for not understanding science? You’re going down, amigo. This is a real gem. Please don’t miss it, and if you feel so inclined, share this on your Facebook page.
Tracking down the origin of the iconic “Earthrise” photograph reveals a sense of spontaneity and curiosity that doesn’t seem to exist in modern space exploration.
The space program fuels technology and the economy, yet we’re cutting funding to NASA every year? Bunk! Bunk, I say!
In the shadow of a destructive, genocidal 36-year civil war in Guatemala, villagers in San Juan La Laguna were looking for a way to find their voice and connect with the world. Here’s how they did it.
Bill Nye gives out some excellent parenting advice.
In a world where the word “genius” gets thrown around to describe taxicab apps and online dating algorithms, it’s nice to meet someone who remembers that truly important inventions are about making life better for your community and your world.
In the time since we all started posting every detail our lives on the Internet (I had a bagel for breakfast, btw!), we’ve said goodbye to so much of our privacy — a lot of times unknowingly. But just how far over the edge have we gone? Could someone really predict your Social Security number just by looking at an anonymous picture of you? Watch and see.
And here I thought this kind of technology was only useful in terrifying dystopias.
“If humans evolved from monkeys or apes, then why are there still monkeys and apes?” This question seems to be a rallying cry for evolution skeptics, so here’s an excellently crafted chart about why there are still monkeys and apes running around all over the place.