- NMR and aufeis...all to determine distribution of liquid water in this very interesting hydrologic environment! https://t.co/RWtbCKMENV 2 months ago
- RT @StephEvz43: I AM SCREAMING. twitter.com/captjaneway201… 3 months ago
- I'm looking at you, ScienceBase. twitter.com/thomasdarnold/… 3 months ago
- RT @uspermafrost: Another big paper on DOC chemistry in Arctic rivers. Looking for evidence of permafrost thaw buff.ly/2ndgVk5 #pe… 3 months ago
- RT @SciPyTip: Recognizing numbers with SymPy ow.ly/DvPq4 3 months ago
Category Archives: Science
One of my first posts on this blog was in recognition of the heroic sacrifices made by the Apollo 1, Challenger, and Columbia crews, as well as a handful of other astronauts who were killed in training missions. Today marks … Continue reading
Occasionally, I will have a conversation with someone regarding climate change. This is often with a coworker of my wife’s–she is an engineer, so she and her coworkers are generally quite intelligent people, but have zero background in any of … Continue reading
Just as a quick aside, I had to share this post by Phil Plait: Bad Astronomy Blog This might be the coolest astronomy photo I’ve ever seen.
NASA and the ESA announced a few days ago the discovery of an asteroid belt around Vega. I find this exciting, for several reasons, not the least of which is that we can all go outside and find Vega quite … Continue reading
Sorry to be a killjoy, but I dislike misleading article titles, like “Another Earth Just 12 Light-Years Away?” The article, from Science Express yesterday, itself is fine, but just because a planet exists in a star’s habitable zone does not … Continue reading
Extremophile – n. – A microbe that lives in an environment one thought to be uninhabitable, for example in boiling or freezing water. (Source: dictionary.com) In the not-too-distant past, scientists believed that in some respect, all life was powered by … Continue reading
Lots to talk about today, but first I must announce that I am a twit. That’s right, I made a twitter account. You can find me on Twitter as @DrAndyKass. I post tweets and retweets about science news and commentary … Continue reading
How cool does that sound? It turns out that may just be what’s happening in the middle of White Dwarf stars, based on emission spectra. Why is that so crazy? I’m glad you asked. Well you just can’t make polymer-like … Continue reading
Tomorrow (June 5) is the transit of Venus. If you have the capability, find a solar viewer (instructions to build one from our friends at CSIRO can be found here), head out a few hours before sunset (in North America), … Continue reading
I’m a few days late, but: Welcome home, Dragon!