Hey everyone, in case you missed it I started a new blog called Resonance Theory in which I discuss findings in research on music psychology. Don’t worry, I won’t be leaving this site any time soon. Enjoy! https://braincascade.wordpress.com/ Advertisements
Now that I’ve finished lamenting the failures of the human brain, it’s time now to move on and write about one of its many triumphs, starting with what might be the earliest of the year. Science fiction is synonymous with … Continue reading
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Tagged awesome, future, gizmodo, levitation, manipulation, reality, science, science fiction, scifi, sonic, tokyo university, wired, yeah son!
I was completely unaware of this until about 15 minutes ago when I checked my Twitter newsfeed. Today marks the day that we finally set out to answer one of the peskier questions of science and history: how did Mars … Continue reading
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Tagged Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, chemicals, dust, earth, exploration, government shutdown, Mars, Mars Atmosphere, MAVEN, nasa, orbit, red, Satan, satellite, science, space, sun, twitter, usa, yeah son!
Everyday we learn something new. Oftentimes this new information challenges pre-existing conceptions and misconceptions, and will often leave you with your head spinning and your fist to the air asking the world, “Why?” The theory that life on Earth may … Continue reading
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Tagged boorn, crazy, earth, evolution, exploration, life, life on earth, life on mars?, Mars, meteorite, molybdenium, mystery, origins, origins of life, oxygen, planet, planets, red, red planet, revelation, science, space, theory, unknown, water
With all the fuss about finding new lifeforms-usually microscopic-on other planets, it’s easy for us to forget about that happening here. Fortunately, the latest discovery made in Lake Vostok, Russia reminded us that this blue ball we call home is … Continue reading
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Tagged amoebae, Antarctica, bacteria, biology, Bowling Green State University, discovery, diversity, exploration, frozen lake, Lake Vostok, life, life on earth, life on other planets, Mars, microscopic, nasa, new species, russia, science, Scott Rogers, single celled, space exploration, subglacial, Subglacial lake