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A Capella Science – Animalia Chorus

A Capella Science – Animalia Chorus. Tim Blais of A Capella Science has once again created a great tune, mixing up science education into a memorable song, all wrapped inside his unique take on videos (him and his head everywhere!). … Continue reading

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Portal – Carol Of The Turrets

Portal – Carol Of The Turrets. Great Christmas tune sung by the turrets of Portal. The creator, Harry101UK, has already created a great Halloween Portal song (This Is Aperture), and this track continues in a similar vein, with it being a … Continue reading

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Assembly Of The International Space Station

“It is the largest and most sophisticated object ever built off the Earth. It has taken numerous spaceflights and over a decade to construct. The International Space Station (ISS) is currently the premiere habitat for humans in Earth orbit, and … Continue reading

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International Space Station 15th Anniversary Of Human Habitation

Chris Hadfield tweeted out a link to this infographic, detailing 15 years of human habitation aboard the International Space Station. It’s an incredible achievement. What I like most about it is the wealth of science that has been done, and which is … Continue reading

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Science Vs. Cinema: The Martian

How accurate is the science in Ridley Scott’s latest film “The Martian“? Many science fiction films tend to be just that: fiction. Some of them are more fantastical than others, and some are much more grounded in reality. Where does The … Continue reading

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Ada Lovelace Day

October 13th is Ada Lovelace Day. This day is an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM). Why does this day matter though? Suzi Gage explains it over at The Guardian. It’s all about … Continue reading

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Richard Dawkins Conversation With Neil deGrasse Tyson At Hayden Planetarium

A really interesting, albeit fairly lengthy, discussion between Neil deGrasse Tyson and Richard Dawkins. They start off their talk with the human mind, logical thinking, and science, and carry on from there. I like when they talk about beauty in the world, … Continue reading

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