Science & Space

“Google Fiber” Gigabit Internet and Television System Overview

“Google Fiber” Gigabit Internet and Television System Overview

Long story short, Google is attempting to knock Time Warner off their throne (thank science, right?). So far they have
Has the universe almost done making stars?

Has the universe almost done making stars?

In its youth, the universe was a roiling soup of star ingredients, with new stars forming rapidly. But now it’s
US army builds its own 3D printer

US army builds its own 3D printer

The US military is developing its own 3D printer that it can use to produce spare parts for spacecraft. By
The Shenlong project: China’s mystery space plane

The Shenlong project: China’s mystery space plane

As the next secretive flight of the U.S. Air Force’s robotic X-37B mini-shuttle draws closer, analysts are keeping a close
People in Australia converge for total solar eclipse

People in Australia converge for total solar eclipse

People from around the world are converging on the coast of northeast Australia. The attraction isn’t the Great Barrier Reef,
Popular physics theory running out of hiding places

Popular physics theory running out of hiding places

By Pallab Ghosh Researchers at the Large Hadron Collider have detected one of the rarest particle decays seen in Nature.
TIME Names Google Glass A ‘Best Invention Of 2012′

TIME Names Google Glass A ‘Best Invention Of 2012′

By Matt McGee Google Glass, the wearable computing system that’s still months away from being delivered to early developer industry
New Australian telescope set to find 700,000 new galaxies

New Australian telescope set to find 700,000 new galaxies

(Phys.org)—Australia’s newest radio telescope is predicted to find an unprecedented 700,000 new galaxies, say scientists planning for CSIRO’s next-generation Australian
Video: 5 Years of Incredible X-Ray Explosions From the Sun

Video: 5 Years of Incredible X-Ray Explosions From the Sun

Want to see what happens when the sun wakes up? This amazing compilation shows every energetic X-ray outburst from the
UK student creates ‘virtual’ keyboard for the iPhone by using its built-in accelerometer

UK student creates ‘virtual’ keyboard for the iPhone by using its built-in accelerometer

By Brad Reed Who says you can’t use your iPhone like a laptop? Per the Telegraph, a computer science student
Scientists unlock nature’s hydrogen secrets

Scientists unlock nature’s hydrogen secrets

Two Canberra scientists believe they have made a major breakthrough in how to best produce hydrogen which can be used
For Obama’s Second Term, NASA Revives a Plan from Clinton’s Second Term

For Obama’s Second Term, NASA Revives a Plan from Clinton’s Second Term

By David S. F. Portree A recent Space.com story on post-election Obama Administration plans for NASA has generated a great
NASA to announce new manned Moon mission?

NASA to announce new manned Moon mission?

Now that the US elections are over attentions may soon be turning to a new manned mission to the moon.
The Milky Way’s Black Hole Shoots Out Brightest Flare Ever

The Milky Way’s Black Hole Shoots Out Brightest Flare Ever

For some unknown reason, the black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy shoots out an X-ray flare
Secrets of the Pyramids Revealed

Secrets of the Pyramids Revealed

Whoever built these structures, possessed advanced mathematics, engineering and building techniques. Even with our modern equipment, we could not duplicate
Tesla’s Dynamic Theory of Gravity: He died before publicizing the details

Tesla’s Dynamic Theory of Gravity: He died before publicizing the details

Tesla’s proposition that gravity is a field effect is being given more serious consideration by researchers. At the time of
Titan steals No. 1 spot on Top500 supercomputer list

Titan steals No. 1 spot on Top500 supercomputer list

By Shara Tibken Predictions that Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Titan supercomputer had become the most powerful machine in the world
Deep In The Earth’s Core, Clues About Its Mysterious Birth

Deep In The Earth’s Core, Clues About Its Mysterious Birth

We’ve known for over half a century that the Earth is 4.5 billion years old, but for people like University