The Hunt for Extraterrestrial Life Continues

Greetings All, I came across a news article about aliens, and who doesn’t like to read about aliens or at least the search for them? The following information is from SciTechDaily. A radio telescope has recently completed the deepest and broadest search for alien activity. Based in Western Australia, the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) telescope…

2045 Initiative: Making Humans Immortal?

I’ve been a fan of science fiction for quite some time. Recent films like Transcendence and Replicas have kept me “edutained” and intrigued about science and technology. But there is a project in the works that’s turning fiction into a reality, and I’m not sure how I feel about it. 2045 Initiative Founded by Russian…

Other Factors Causing COVID-19 Deaths?

There have been videos floating around the internet of medical physicians speaking out against COVID-19 death numbers. I’ve also had conversations with people who are labeling this pandemic a hoax. So when I came across an article that justifies what’s been said, I had to share it with you all. The following information is from…

5G in Africa

In a previous post, I highlighted the 5G network that’s set to take over the future. Well, there’s some interesting news coming out of Africa in regards to the network that I had to share. The following information is from Africa News. Converting to 5G promises more speed, less lag time, and a stronger internet…

Book Review

For the longest, I’ve heard liberals say that “there’s only one race, the human race.” And after hearing Dr. Joy DeGruy regurgitate that sentiment in an interview with Nick Cannon, I knew I needed to do further research. This led me to A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History. In the course of adaptation,…

Can Cats Spread The Coronavirus?

Since the virus that causes COVID-19 belongs to a family of viruses that causes diseases in animals, whether or not animals can catch and spread the coronavirus has been brought into question—particularly household pets like cats. The following information comes from The Conversation. A 2019 survey revealed that cats are the most popular pet in…

Saturn Photographed Behind The Moon

The featured image in this post is a shot of the planet Saturn peeking behind the moon. Amazing, isn’t it? The following information is from Peta Pixel. Based in Timaru, New Zealand, astrophotographer and astronomer Paul Stewart captured this shot back in 2014 and created a composite of three photos. After capturing this image, Stewart…

Plastic Waste To Increase By 2040

With the open discussions on pollution, I’ve become more consciously aware of how my actions affect the environment. And recent news coming out of Science and Science Alert highlights this ever-growing problem. Plastic pollution is a problem that’s growing throughout the globe, with 710 million metric tons of plastic entering aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems; oceans, lakes,…

Air Conditioners Spreading COVID-19?

Greetings Everyone, I came across some interesting content that I had to share with you all. The following information comes from WebMD. Scientists believe that air conditioners may be an overlooked factor in the spread of COVID-19. Cool temperatures create the perfect conditions for spreading colds and flu, and us being indoors under ACs makes…

Are Delivery Drones a Solution?

Greetings All, I just read a very interesting article and had to share my findings with you all. The following information comes from the Knowridge Science Report. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, e-commerce purchases have increased drastically. However, it has come with a price, by way of traffic congestion and commute times for delivery trucks….

Malaysian University Use Robots for Graduation Ceremony?

The coronavirus put the world on pause, and a group of people who felt that blow are 2020 graduates. Well, a recent news report is highlighting an alternative that I surprisingly didn’t find strange. The following information comes from Mashable SE Asia. Located in Terengganu, along the North-East coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Universiti Sultan Zainal…

Asteroid Destroyed Dinosaurs at a 60-Degree Angle

Greetings All, I came across some interesting news regarding dinosaurs and had to share it. The following information is from News Fusion. According to a study published in Nature Communications, an asteroid crashed into Earth 66 million years ago and wiped out all land-dwelling dinosaurs as well as 75 percent of life on the planet….