• phys.org | 10/22/2019 | Staff
    Greg Gbur's new book from Yale University Press, "Falling Felines and Fundamental Physics," takes on a strange topic for a physicist—the mysteries of the cat. Or maybe it's not so strange.
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  • livescience.com | 10/11/2019 | Mary K. Feeney - Arizona State University
    All of the 2019 Nobel Prizes in science were awarded to men. That's a return to business as usual, after biochemical engineer Frances Arnold won in 2018, for chemistry, and Donna Strickland received...
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  • The Aquila Report | 10/8/2019 | Staff
    There has to be some other criteria for science. If the definition of science is prescriptive, who gets to decide what counts as science? Scientists? Philosophers? God? Moreover, is science a field...
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  • phys.org | 8/21/2017 | Staff
    There are many reasons NASA is pursuing the Artemis mission to land astronauts on the moon by 2024: It's a crucial way to study the moon itself and to pave a safe path to Mars.
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  • earthsky.org | 10/4/2019 | Eleanor Imster
    A replica of Sputnik 1, the first artificial satellite in the world to be put into outer space. The replica is stored in the National Air and Space Museum. Photo via NASA. October 4, 1957.
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  • phys.org | 8/19/2019 | Staff
    I can still remember the horror of discovering that everything I had worked on was wrong. I was a Ph.D. candidate just starting my second year, and my supervisor and I had developed a test for...
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  • internetmonk.com | 10/2/2019 | Mike the Geologist
    Has Science Disproved Christianity? In her review of Rebecca McLaughlin’s new book Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World’s Largest Religion, Jesus Creed regular contributor, RJS,...
    358 views Coraav
 
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