A revolution of the mind must occur in order for humanity to succeed on a finite planet.
As a doctor, I am reminded every day of the fragility of the human body, how closely mortality lurks just around the corner.
Many organizations are just scratching the surface of what their talent is capable of, but reskilling programs help unlock untapped potential.
An artist’s impression of what the fully-deployed James Webb Space telescope will look like from the perspective of an observer on the ‘dark’ (non-Sun-facing) side of the observatory. (NORTHRUP GRUMMAN) […]
The FAA is not amused by flame-throwing drones.
A definition of death is surprisingly malleable, leading to complications when it comes to organ donation.
If you want to find life in the Universe, this is how you do it. When it comes to uncovering the ultimate truths about reality, we can only reap what we […]
It's much more than an art form.
The USS Discovery, NCC-1031, is the first Star Trek ship we’ve seen to be capable of traveling via spore drive, which is faster than both impulse engines and warp drive. […]
We don’t have to stop inquiring or wondering about the far-flung vistas of reality, we just need to do it with some good old-fashioned logic.
Coercion requires justification. How can we justify the invisible walls of our visa policies?
Is atheism on the rise, or is religion? At times we hear polls claiming both, but new research shows it's not that simple.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson releases an emotional video on the state of science in America.
Chemical poisons are often used by farmers to control animals that destroy their crops but these chemicals are very harmful to the environment. An innovative project called LIFE Laser Fence is addressing this problem by substituting the use of poisons with lasers that will shoo animals away.
The mission might set a precedent for exploring bodies of water on other moons and worlds as well.
ScienceDebate.org sent 20 fine-tuned questions to the presidential candidates. 3 out of 4 of them responded. Here's where they stand on key science issues.
Most amusement parks like Disney and Six Flags pride themselves on being family friendly attractions. These parks do not.
It's not breaking news that the universe is slowly dying. It is significant that scientists have been able to finally measure the degree to which it's dying. Let's just say you should push up any appointments you might have 100 billion years from now.
This isn’t the Matrix. Should you wish to face the ugly reality, there’s no red pill you can swallow.
Spanish firm Opbrid recently introduced designs for the Busbaar V3, an automated vehicle charger capable of powering buses at 650 kW. Three prototypes will be tested in Sweden later this year.
To take an idea and put it into Earth’s orbit requires the dedication of an incredible amount of time, energy, and resources to not only the payload itself, but also […]
Due to the popularity of SmallSats, industry and government agencies have come aboard the SmallSat bus. However this attention has shed light on a major obstacle: the challenge of getting those SmallSats to space in a responsive and cost-effective manner.
Last week, I invited a few friends to come together and talk about Bitcoin. The conversation was wide ranging (read: ill-organized), but interesting. Three key topics emerged out of the […]
How many forms does it take to put a kid on a bus to summer camp? I’m a fan of civil juries as informal vehicles for wealth redistribution and justice, […]
Caleb Henry Space is no stranger to attention. Pursuing the heavens in any form is sure to turn heads, and with the increased momentum of private ventures, NewSpace is no […]
The impending catastrophe has been fueled by a skewed, institutionally enclosed rationality that is widespread within the business community; the basic principle is that short-term power and wealth are more important than human survival.
People who think a risk will actually affect them and their families and communities, as opposed to somebody else, worry about that risk more. People who think a risk is […]