Tag "Science"

Gamers learn faster according to one German study

Playing video games pays off in life. According to one German study done at Ruhr-Universität Bochum, participants who played games over a set period of time performed better in a

Netflix’s Bill Nye Saves the World trailer is the science we need right now

With everything going on in the politics of science, it’s about time we had some science-based shows again. Who better to educate our minds – and the minds of young

What would monkeys sound like if they spoke?

What would monkeys sound like if they spoke? We’ve seen this question become reality when the movies like Rise of the Planet of the Apes and the original Planet of the Apes

My Name is Stardust: A new type of children’s book

A father and daughter have teamed up to write what looks like a fantastic book. My Name is Stardust is a story that takes Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s saying that “we are

Interview: High school students develop source of energy on Mars

If you’re into amazing things, Chase Bishop and his partner James Thompson are high school students who developed a way for dry ice to become a source of energy on

Science Wide Open Kickstarter: Creating books to inspire little girls in science

If you ask kids to name some scientists or inventors, they’d probably name Albert Einstein, Leonard Da Vinci, Isaac Newton, and even Charles Darwin. If you google “Famous Scientists”, you’ll get

Rare black moon rises on Friday

How cool yet annoying is it, that we’re getting the chance to have a black moon on Friday, but we’re not going to be able to see it? But let’s

Jason Latimer stars in new science show

This past weekend I had the lovely opportunity to interview an amazing scientist and magician who goes by the name of Jason Latimer. Latimer started his career first as an

Baba Brinkman shines a light on science through rap

Ever think about what amazing thing you’d get when you mix science and music? The answer is beauty. But really, the answer is actually a name. An artist that goes

LA MoonWalk 2016!

What is the LA MoonWalk, you may ask? Well, the first one ever in the history of time took place last Thursday on August 18th! At the Pasadena Convention Center,

New discovery from the Large Hadron Collider

New data has been released from the Large Hadron Collider. Back in 2012, scientists announced their huge new discovery of the Higgs Boson particle. Now over 4 years later, scientists once

Religion and science go much deeper than we think

Last week on our very own science show C2H6O Science that we host live every other Thursday on our YouTube channel, we talked about religion’s role in science, or lack

Has sci-fi predicted the future of transportation?

Ever find it weird how our favorite science fiction movies of the “past” have predicted what may or may not happen in the future? There have been so many times

What if black holes were completely different than we thought?

What if I told you that black holes weren’t as bad as you thought they were? That they wouldn’t just crush life or anything for that matter when it came

Go outside and check out Perseid’s meteor shower!

I feel like it’s time for my yearly “Hey, there’s a meteor shower this month” article. Well, here it is! This week on August 12th, Perseid’s meteor shower will take

LA MoonWalk is coming up soon!

Live in LA? Well, science buffs, I have some good news for you. If you do not already know, The Planetary Society is located in Pasadena – where most cool

C2H6O Science – What does religion have to do with science?

Last week on our science show C2H6O Science, we got down and dirty with the concept of a robot uprising. What does it entail? Does it have to do with

Scientists release 800-million-year-old air

Scientists from Brock University in Ontario have just announced that they have been collecting air samples that have been trapped within tiny rock bubbles. The difference between this air and

NASA is sending a probe straight towards the sun

NASA has been working on assembling a probe that will get closer to the Sun than ever before. The Solar Probe Plus will be sent out to explore the Sun’s

Let’s celebrate the Juno orbit with a game

We all know that today is the Fourth of July, but even better, Juno comes into orbit with Jupiter today. Awhile back, we talked about how close we were getting