Traveling to Exoplanets: How will we get there?

Let’s say you go to space. Everyone wants to, at one point or another, if they’ve ever looked up at the stars of the night sky on a clear, dark eve. One of those nights where you can just see everything around you, encapsulated in the awe and wonder of the whole universe before your eyes. Sometimes, distance is terrifying. Other times, it just draws you in even more. So yes, let’s say you’re one … Read more

DNA Modification: An Ethical Dilemma

With the introduction of technologies such as CRISPR that can modify a cell’s DNA, one must understand the ethical dilemmas of doing such a thing. The first thing I can think of when DNA modification is introduced, is the fact that it would be used to cure genetic diseases. But here’s the thing: What actually is considered a genetic disease? Sure, certainly cancer would be a genetic disease – or possibly severe forms of Down … Read more

5 Facts About Black Holes That Will Surely Blow Your Mind

Are you fond of trivia and random facts? Do you love science? Well, you’re in for a treat right now because we’ll be talking about one of the fascinating features of our Universe: black holes. Black holes are regions of spacetime wherein matter is packed so densely, and the gravitational force is extremely strong that nothing – not even light – can escape from it. Physicists believe that the formation of black holes is caused … Read more

Looking Up: Getting Started With Astronomy

Astronomy has always been a fascinating subject and if you ask any third grader what they’ll want to be when they grow up, they’ll tell you with great confidence that they’ll want to be astronomers. Nothing beats the feeling of observing huge giants of planets gravitating our earth or the mere fact that our planet is just but a speck in the galaxy! Studying astronomy will help you to better understand the various aspects of … Read more

Transpiration Process In Plants With A Potometer: How Is It Done?

Understanding transpiration is arguably the basis of any successful agricultural venture and ensuring fruitful crops for both farmers and manufacturers who rely on nature to work at its optimal best for the sake of their products. While those who work with plants, don’t always have a degree in biology or botany, they still have a grasp on transpiration and can pinpoint how this vital process is in getting beautifully leafy and healthy plants to grow.  … Read more

What’s the Most Efficient Renewable Energy Source in 2019

There’s been a major switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy over the past few decades, but what energy system is the best? People want to know what is the most efficient renewable energy source is, but it can be difficult to distinguish between and how they are different. The idea of renewable energy is that the products used to create that energy can be recreated, so you can conceivably create energy continuously without a … Read more

How to Use Laser Pointers for Astronomy Properly?

When it comes to stargazing, laser pointers are all the rave. Emitting a narrow, intense beam of light that is visible for hundreds, maybe even thousands, of meters at night if weather conditions allow, lasers can give you some breathless views in a night sky. You’ll probably find a green laser pointer (GLP) in the toolkit of any amateur stargazer. These lasers are very easy to use, and are fairly accurate in pinpointing stars and … Read more

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Predictive Index Learning Test Will Gauge Your Cognitive Skills!

  Do you have the zeal to learn and grasp new things? If so, take a predictive index learning test and be a part of the renounced company who want to staff like you. Formerly called a Professional Learning Indicator (PLI), the predictive Index Learning Indicator (PILI) is a 12-minute test featuring a total of 50 questions. The test will judge your skills that are not mentioned in the resume. You will be gauged upon … Read more

Antibody Sequencing and the Technology Behind It

Antibodies are one of the body’s line of defense against antigens, and this is the best information most people remember from Biology class about antibodies. However, there’s actually more to antibodies than this definition. Analyzing what these antibodies are up to can offer a breadth of information about these compounds and how they can influence medicinal practices in the future. Antibodies, also called immunoglobulins, are proteins created by the immune system to stop intruders, called … Read more

Resound Hearing Aid and Resound Unite Phone Clip Review

I, like many others in this country, wear hearing aids. I am not totally dependent upon them to hear, but they help in difficult situations when I need a little bit more volume, or when certain sounds seem impossible to hear. I also am one that suffers with a disorder known as Tinnitus. While the causes are many, the cures are non-existent. Yes, some say certain combinations of herbs and minerals may help treat the … Read more

RhinoShield PlayProof 6S Plus case review!

After completing my CrashGuard review, EvolutiveLabs asked me to review their PlayProof case, so here it is: In RhinoShield’s PlayProof line, they have dozens and dozens of options available to choose from. They have very cool designs, and most of the designs have different color schemes. They even release designs tailored to certain holidays such as Halloween or St. Patricks day, which is pretty sweet. It shows that they stay on top of the product and … Read more

Get New Tooth Enamel – Cavity Repair Without Drilling

Dentists are among the most feared professionals, especially among children. Personally speaking, once I start thinking about dentists, I can’t get that high frequency drilling sensation out of my mind! In case your tooth is not fully decayed, but is just starting to go bad, there’s hope yet. Some British scientists have come up with a procedure to rebuild the enamel on your teeth, which doesn’t involve any drilling. EAER or “Electrically Assisted Enhanced Remineralisation” … Read more

500 Years old Inca Boy Mummy and Lung Tissue

Science Update – Sacrificed Inca Boy’s Mummy Reveals New Lineage

In a heart-rending yet anthropologically exciting discovery, an Aconcaguan Inca boy who had been sacrificed in a seemingly inhuman ritual around 500 years ago has contributed to discovering his maternal ancestry based in Peru. The mummified remains of this young Incan’s lungs were extracted (shown in the picture below) and analyzed by a group of geneticists led by Antonio Salas of the Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain to try and determine his lineage. … Read more

Science Update – Mars Moon Phobos Fighting Stress

Not something we usually associate with Tera-tons of 30 km wide celestial rock! Under observation since the Mars Voyager mission four decades ago, Phobos – the larger of two satellites orbiting Mars – has been developing deeper grooves and getting pulled out of its spherical shape. Back then, it was suggested that the stretch marks across the surface were a result of Mars pulling too hard on its moon, but this hypothesis was negated by … Read more

Science Update – Vagus Nerve Stimulation To Treat Heart Disease, Arthritis and Headaches

The US FDA has already approved using Electrical Stimulation of the Vagus nerve through implants within the patient’s body to treat epilepsy and unmitigable depression which pharmaceutical medicine can’t help. What is Nerve Stimulation? Nerve stimulation is a method of applying electrical or mechanical pressure to our nervous system – typically nerve cells in accessible places close to the skin or using electrodes! True, those scary “shock therapy” stories are not fiction. ECT or Electro-Convulsive Therapy … Read more

Review of the FRiEQ KS-01 Selfie Stick

Remember that movie, National Lampoon’s Vacation where Chevy Chase (the dad) asked a guy to take a family picture for them, then ran off with the camera?  If you haven’t seen that movie, you should it’s funny, though I am sure you can’t find it on RedBox and can only get it on DVD from Netflix, but let’s get back to this review.  The point of the flash back down memory lane was the fact … Read more

Review of the 3D Pen by GearBest

Star date, 68722.5.  Replicators…. Now have become…. Portable and small enough… to carry in hand and humanity,… is in for a treat.  Thanks Captain Kirk for starting this review right, but this was actually introduced in Jean-Luc’s time, I guess he saw it when he was time travelling.  If you calculate that star date you will find that it comes up as April 4, 2015 so that’s not the future, that’s today (at least the … Read more

Review of the HyperX Cloud II Headset

HyperX comes back strong with the release with the HyperX Cloud II hot on the heels of the success of the HyperX Cloud. They have been pumping out quality products for some time now but let’s see exactly is good about these. Let’s start off with the specs. Specifications • Driver Unit: 53mm Neodymium Magnets • Headphone Frequency Response: 15Hz-25KHz • Headphone Input Impedance: 60 ohm • Connector: 3.5mm & USB • Airplane Adapter • … Read more