As I browse around the internet looking for interesting articles, I occasionally come across a lead paragraph or two that absolutely sucks me in. Here’s a perfect example, from a Scientific American piece by Katie Weeman.
From a Vanity Fair video series, watch astronaut Chris Hadfield critique what’s right and wrong in movies that take place in space.
Jim Bakker is being sued by the Attorney General of Missouri for selling what he claims is a Coronavirus cure. Here is the story.
With daily updates of the coronavirus infecting more and more people, let’s look back at a piece NYU professor of medicine Art Caplan wrote in 2016 predicting how Trump would handle a global pandemic.
I know I’ve been writing quite a bit about space lately, but there are two more things I have to mention in regards to spacecraft launching and returning.
I was one of many in the media who fell for — and thus helped promote — the Mars One story, which was supposedly going to send humans on a one-way trip to the red planet. Here is my apology.
I’ve wanted to visit the Kennedy Space Center since I first became fascinated with NASA as a kid, so I was thrilled when we finally got there last week. Here’s my recap.
Now that CVS is carrying CBD in many of its stores, lots of people will think it relieves their pain, despite no scientific proof, just anecdotal evidence. Here’s why that’s a problem.