Well, this certainly isn’t a sight you see every day, readers. And lucky me, this news happens to thematically fit the Christmas season! Click the link to learn more: Incredible white moose spotted in the Swedish woods By Nick 19 March, 2021 An incredible never-seen-before white moose has been spotted in the Sweden. The stunning creature … Continue reading The Pale Moose
Check out this fantastic piece from Popular Mechanics, readers! Shooting at the Moon: The Pioneering Rocketry of Robert Goddard In 1929, Popular Mechanics covered the explosive work of Robert Goddard. His liquid propellant-fueled rocket, the first of its kind, carved a path to the stars. BY JOHN BRADY MAR 16, 2021 In the December 1929 issue, … Continue reading The Birth of the Modern Rocket
Well, this is an unusual occurrence, readers! Click the link to learn more about this odd adoption in nature. It may be one for the history books! 😀 Bald eagles adopt baby hawk and raise it as one of their own By Nick 5 May, 2021 In one of the most defying sights that nature … Continue reading Not of a Feather
The popular image of the mad scientist is one of a frizzy haired, generally harmless older man messing around in a lab. Such mad scientists seem and are typically portrayed as relatively inoffensive. Doctor Doofensmirtz from Phineas and Ferb* is one example of this common perception of the mad scientist, with Back to the Future’s* … Continue reading Mad Scientist: Cackling Goofball, or Deadly Menace?
Sort of? It is an armadillo lizard, and it is cute. But it really is not much of a dragon. Not unless some scientists take their cue from Anne McCaffrey’s* series, Dragon Riders of Pern*, that is! And before said scientists run off to their Labs of Doom, allow me to say (with an appropriate … Continue reading Enter the Dragon
They might come – if we can get off Earth in a decent timeframe. Until then, sci-fi writers, take a gander at this idea for a Martian city! See the Wild Plans for Nüwa, a Proposed City on Mars Built Inside a Giant Cliff By Vanessa Bates Ramirez May 19, 2021 Despite being able to land rovers on … Continue reading “If You Build It….”
At this rate, I am beginning to think everything alive has at least the capacity for biofluorescence and/or bioluminescence. We have glow-in-the-dark sharks, springhares that glow, platypuses, wombats, and possums that glow…. And researchers just discovered that Tasmanian devils glow in the dark. God works wonders to behold, readers. It just may be that humans … Continue reading Biofluorescence Everywhere!
Click the link to learn more, readers: Newly Discovered Quasicrystal Was Created By The First Nuclear Explosion At Trinity Site May 18, 2021 David Bressan I deal with the rocky road to our modern understanding of earth A newly discovered quasicrystal that was created by the first nuclear explosion at the Trinity test site in … Continue reading Nuclear Power and the Quasicrystal
Well, they are not there yet. But some of them had their eyes on the stars – quite literally! You can learn more about one such saint through the link below, readers. Check it out! St. Maximilian Kolbe designed his own spaceship to fly to the moon By Philip Kosloski St. Maximilian Kolbe is most well-known … Continue reading Saints in Space!?
Sorry, readers, but the pun was irresistible. Take a look at this fantastic article to learn more (and understand my pun!): Nobody painted these glowing pink springhares—their Day-Glo is all natural ERIN FENNESSY | PUBLISHED APR 2, 2021 4:00 AM Glowing lights in nature aren’t limited to fireflies and glowworms. A new study published in Nature last month discovered … Continue reading Glowing Reports on African Springhares