Articles tagged with: science
Galactic currency proposed
The University of Cambridge has proposed a new form of currency that could be the future of stellar financial transactions.
Have the fundamental physical constants changed?
An article on ArsTechnica looks at a new way to see whether the fundamental physical constants were different in the past.
What the picture of the M87 black hole represents
Musing on the picture of the M87 black hole taken by the Event Horizon telescope array in 2019.
Cats know their own names, study reports
Gizmodo reports on a study that appears to show cats recognise their own names, although not all scientists are convinced.
Proof that measurements are relative
'Eugene's Friend', a thought experiment that suggests measurements are relative, has be proven to be true.
Today is Pi Day
To celebrate pi day one of Google's employees calculated its value to 31,415,926,535,897 digits.
Flying cars are as likely as flying pigs in the UK
A BBC article announces that Larry Page's flying car company is now training people how to fly them.
The Drake equation and the search for ET
A look at the Drake Equation, which is used to estimate the number of intelligent alien planets currently residing in the Milky Way galaxy. I plug my own numbers into it to see what comes out.