While we are still waiting on hoverboards and flying cars, schematics for a high-speed maglev transit system have been unveiled. Elon Musk’s (PayPal, Tesla Motors, and SpaceX) HyperLoop is a,
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I guess it makes sense that there is an app for breaking up with someone when most couples meet online and communicate mainly through text. But I still find it really weird and somewhat wrong….
We are right in the middle of summer vacation, which means there are a lot of parents out there looking for a way to keep their kids entertained while they aren’t in school. For many, that means summer camp pitching tents and learning archery, but for a number of kids across the country attending iD Tech Camps, this summer they’ll be trading the outdoors for innovation.
Here at Geeky ErrAU, we are not shy about endorsing the latest and greatest of Kickstarter projects, but it’s rare that we find something as inspiring and wonderful (emphasis on the WONDER) as the ARKYD Space Telescope.
Way back in August of last year, we told you about an IndieGoGo campaign created by Matt Inman of The Oatmeal, on behalf of the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe. The goal of the campaign was to raise the money needed to purchase Wardenclyffe, the last remaining laboratory of famed (ish) inventor and visionary, Nicola Tesla. Less than a week later, they hit their fundraising goal, and went on to raise more than $1.37 million.
It’s research like this that really makes me want to go back in time and kick myself for not applying my brain to science a little more. Stanford Biologist, Sebastian Alvarado combined his scientific skills with his love of Marvel to study how epigenetics might account for Captain America and the Hulk’s super-human abilities.
Remember a while back, when Bill Nye had a live-streamed debate with New Earth Creationist Ken Ham? Well, Ham is still talking, and this time he’s bringing aliens into the party.
Today is Nikola Tesla’s 158th birthday, and if there’s anyone who loves this crazy Serbian inventor more than I do, it’s The Oatmeal, and Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk.
Net neutrality is important. It’s also confusing, and boring, and for a lot of people, difficult to get worked up about when people explaining it are doing nothing but citing FCC proposals and technical jargon.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, head of the country’s space agency, has lobbied threats and bold statements at NASA several times over the last few months. First, he suggested the U.S. should use a trampoline to get to the International Space Station. Then yesterday, he stated that Russia would be perfectly fine abandoning the ISS in 2020, four years before the U.S. plans to stop using the station in 2024.