It’s that time of year here again. Cold, snow, slush, wet socks, crowded malls, bad drivers, etc, etc. I’m not talking about the holiday season. No, this is flu season.
Among other things (my birthday, email me for an address to send gifts to), November 26th was flu shot day at work. Being a well-informed […]
I’m being lazy today and x-posting at Skepchick, Boston Skeptics, and the SGU Blog. I’ve had a rough morning, so I’m allowed.
First of all, thanks to everyone who came out to Boston Skeptics in the Pub last night! We had about 70 people packed into Tommy Doyle’s top floor to hear Sam Moulton talk […]
They’re at it again.
The Discovery Channel is offering up a new series called ‘UFO’s Over Earth’. It debuts as a series tonight (they already aired one episode called “The Fayatville Incident” that they showed back on October 27th.) Tonight will have two new back-to-back episodes titled “The Bucks County Flap” and “Mass Sightings in […]
SGU Super Crew,
I came up with a theory the other day when thinking of perpetual motion machines. I’m no physicist, and the technology and science for this is obviously years away, but I’m curious as to the validity of the theory.
If you can create a perpetual motion machine you basically win life. Stop […]
Two separate teams of Astronomers have reached another cool milestone for exoplanetary discovery.
They have for the first time “directly imaged” planets not in our solar system
You may be thinking…What’s this “directly imaged” crap…Astronomer have spotted over 300 exoplanets since the 1990s. There’s been countless news stories about it, right?