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Category Archives: Science
Mathematicians don’t get enough credit for how much they have changed the world. Literally everything we do in the modern world is the result of one mathematician or the other. Over at Business Insider, they have a great list of … Continue reading
A Capella Science – Puffed Up Cores! Love it! Great video, great effects (including a power drunk black hole), great tune. The chorus is so well done. All the other stars with their puffed up cores, they better run, better run, … Continue reading
A Capella Science – All About That Base (No Acid). These A Capella Science videos are too good not to share. This time, Tim Blais has created a chemistry parody of All About That Bass, and it’s amazing. I ain’t … Continue reading
A Capella Science – The Surface of Light. A brilliant Lion King parody by Tim Blais. It works so well! Cosmic microwave background, radiation, waves, inflation, cosmos, Planck and BICEP2… incredible. Looking for inflation in the cosmos. Onwards!
This is a really interesting, and also rather vital, piece of information for any researcher. It details how to construct a Nature summary paragraph for a paper (link goes to a Word document). Any scientific researcher writing for any journal … Continue reading
With the recent flyby of Pluto, Emily Lakdawalla has created this fantastic scale comparison between the so-called Not-Planets; those celestial bodies that are in our solar system and are of a similar size. This is an excellent way to show … Continue reading