When you think of a lens, you think of a glassy material used for focusing light, right?
Did you know that there are lenses that can focus sound? That’s not even the new development I’m going to talk about. Acoustic lenses have existed for years.
So what’s new here then?
What’s new is that researchers […]
This past week, “America’s Doctor”, Dean Edell, prescribed something for all six million of his weekly radio listener.
Read the book Don’t Believe Everything You Think: The 6 Basic Mistakes We Make in Thinking. The author is Thomas Kida, professor of accounting in the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts. The book […]
The 2010 Northeast Conference for Science and Skepticism was a very successful event. Successful in that we sold out the house again this year, and successful in the comments and feedback I’ve received so far from the participants and the audience members.
On a more personal note, it was a success for me, which I […]
Check out this early Halloween present courtesy of Jib Jab – the SGU does the Monster Mash. How awesome is that?
While some skeptics are busy this week making arrangements for The Pope to be arrested upon setting foot in the United Kingdom, I’ll be bringing to your attention the news that a recent survey of 23,000 shows that 20% of those people believe that aliens are among us, disguised as humans and interacting among us.