Science

Are you ready for a field trip on Netflix’s ‘The Magic School Bus?’

So, just by a show of hands, how many of you actually saw this series growing up? Alright, a few of you. Now how many of you started watching it

DUST sci-fi short film ‘Populace’ creates an unhinged future for the human race

It’s no secret to anyone, especially in these recent days: governments can’t always be trusted. It’s the truth of the matter; there is always a hidden agenda somewhere. Sadly, this

Science and space-based swimwear line Celestial Body Swimwear launches

By Holly Amos Celestial Body Swimwear, which focuses on space and science themed swimwear, launched this week, much to the delight of brainy beauties everywhere. The company is the brainchild

Life on other planets? NASA conference to reveal exoplanet findings

It must be really big news for NASA to announce a news conference where it will be showing off new finding about exoplanets, planets outside our solar system. The event

Author Ted Chiang discusses his style and inspiration for Denis Villeneuve’ Arrival (interview)

The DVD and Blu-ray release of the phenomenal sci-fi event of last year, Arrival, is drawing closer. Starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner, the film follows the journey of linguistics professor Louise

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

NASA has released amazing new photos of Ceres

NASA’s Dawn Spacecraft recently snapped new photos of the dwarf planet Ceres during its fifth scheduled orbit. These photos, taken on October 16th, show the Occator Crater with awesome clarity.

The James Webb Space Telescope is finally completed!

20 years ago, back in 1996, NASA scientists began to assemble the James Webb Space Telescope. This next-generation telescope was created as a means to surpass that of the famous

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

Is Proxima b a Water World?

Proxima Centauri B, aka Proxima b, sits right outside of our solar system. In fact, as far as exoplanets go, it is the best chance we have at studying an

Arrival vs. Story of Your Life: What’s the difference?

I’m a huge fci-fi nut when it comes to film and literature. I think that goes without saying if you have seen my previous articles and reviews. In the last

Millie Bobby Brown to return as Eleven in season 2 of Stranger Things

  I think that everyone that I know, who has seen this series, has fallen in love with it. And how can you not? It has everything you love about

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

The mystery of Westworld deepens in latest episode, ‘Chestnut’ (review)

“You can’t play God without being acquainted with the Devil.” In this week’s episode, we begin to see how much of this “glitch” really affects Westworld. Delores and the mistress

Missed the pilot episode of Westworld? See it for free!

This past Sunday, we got a glimpse into what HBO has in store for the future of Western’s in television. From the opening credits to the cryptic ending, the pilot

Science Channel announces Kyle Hill to host MythBusters spin-off

It was truly a roller coaster of emotion when the popular Discovery show MythBusters aired its final episode on March 6th of this year, only to find out a few

Season premiere of Westworld breathes new life in TV Western genre (review)

It seems that 2016 may be the year for the Western revival. As we draw closer to Oscar season, many studios have done their due diligence, and have made strong

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

Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence create romance and fear among the stars in ‘Passengers’ trailer

“The Universe, so far as we can observe it, is a wonderful and immense engine; its extent, its order, its beauty, its cruelty, makes it alike impressive.” – Philosopher George

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