It was reported by ABC News that Peyton Robertson a sixth-grader won $25,000 for his innovative sandbag design that does not need sand. His invention uses expanding salt which nothing was said about the environmental impact it could have. We need more kids like this questioning our old outdated technologies.
On Thursday, October 16th, world renowned scientist Masaru Emoto passed away after a lifetime of incredible accomplishments. Dr. Emoto is most well known for his experiments with water, where he studied the effect that words and intention had on water crystals at a microscopic level. There is a very close relationship between human thought and the […]
By John Vibes True Activist. Pollution in the world’s waterways is one of the most serious challenges that our species is facing, and creative solutions are going to be needed in order to solve this problem. People from all over the world have recognized this issue and have been working hard to come up with […]
Research carried out by a team from the University of East Anglia showed how the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), could be useful for shrinking tumors. The scientists injected THC into laboratory mice bearing human cancer cells, and were able to identify for the first time two receptors in particular that were responsible for […]
The magnet induced a current in the copper pipe, which in turn produced a magnetic field. The direction of this current then opposed the change in the magnet’s field, resulting in the magnet being repelled and thus falling more slowly. Neat. Credits: Канал пользователя HedgehogTH
Seaweed lovers, you have one more reason to fawn over green pond scum. In a small lab near a lake at the edge of West Berkeley, a prototype of what could revolutionize battery power waits. What is the secret ingredient? Algae. This seaweed has long been studied for its various uses and possible powering capabilities. […]
Are you alone? To answer this question we have to take a look what “you” are first. What are you made of and where you stand in this universe. Are you your body? Your atoms? And how are your parts connected to the big picture? Credits: Kurzgesagt
There is actually a very simple reason as to why things like fractals, fibonacci sequences, hexagonal and pentagonal-heptagonal tasselations happen in nature. Those things build upon what has come before. They iterate. Iteration is how nature works. Iteration builds on past results and builds on top of them. If the rules remain largely the same […]