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Science says…

As someone who’s quite interested in science, I tend to notice when scientific papers and scientists are quoted in the media. News papers and magazines often use these papers or statements to support a story, or choose to spin the originals into a news-worthy story. It’s really nice to see …

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Spirit Science: Second Opinion

Back in April, I criticized a video series titled ‘Spirit Science’ that defied the nomenclature it had adopted by denying scientific practices and continues to this day trying to convince its viewers that they can manipulate reality through their thoughts through wordplay that bastardizes scientific concepts and squashes them  in …

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Science Sunday: Morlocks – The Future of Human Evolution?

Let’s battle the depressing news that America is still neglecting climate change subjects and project into a future where none of that matters. I’ve recently finished reading H.G. Wells’ classic ‘The Time Machine’, where humankind has evolved into two distinct races, if not species. But is this likely to happen? …

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Awesome Sauce Music Friday

Awesome Sauce Music Friday! Concisely Explains a Phenomenon Edition

It’s finally Friday, you guys! I don’t know about you, but it’s been a long week. However, the weekend is mere hours away. It’s time to celebrate with some awesome sauce music.

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Science Sunday: Self Defence!

Much in the way that humans might carry pepper spray or learn martial arts, plants and animals also have their own unique and interesting defence mechanisms. You might not catch a fig trying to karate chop you- but the flora and fauna of the natural world have found varied and …

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Small Things and Big Implications

Nanotechnology is a relatively new field  that is – simply put – about the understanding and manipulation of structures which are around 1-100 nanometre(nm) in size. And one nanometre is really tiny. To be precise, it’s 0.000000001 metres, or 10⁻⁹ metres. It might not sound very exciting to work with …

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Speak Your Mind

Speak Your Mind: Science Communication

If you’re a fan of science and have been on the Internet in the past few weeks, you’ve probably run across a viral video of Bill Nye calling creationists crazy. Well, it’s more than that. It’s an impassioned plea to let children learn science uncorrupted by dogmatic and nonsensical beliefs. …

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Awesome Sauce Music Friday

Awesome Sauce Music Friday! Something Funky with the Universe Edition

Since you’re reading this blog, I think it’s safe to assume that you love science. And since you’re a human being, you probably love Fridays. I will combine those two things to make one epic AWESOME SAUCE MUSIC FRIDAY. This week’s song comes to us from Coma Niddy (aka Michael …

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