With the help of 100000 players scientists prove Einstein was wrong

With the help of 100000 players scientists prove Einstein was wrong

On November 30, 2016, around 100,000 individuals everywhere throughout the world logged on the web and played a computer game. Together, they definitely would have disappointed Albert Einstein. The physics that govern the essential parts of our universe depend on math that appears to work extremely well, yet one idea, quantum trap, can appear to…

Moon Dust May Have Severe Impact On Human Health

Moon Dust May Have Severe Impact On Human Health

Moon is our closest neighbor in space and the only place outside Earth where humans have set foot. All this makes Earth’s natural satellite an obvious location for future exploration but it won’t come without risks. A new research suggests that long-term exposure to lunar dust could pose a health risk to future astronauts. Humans…

Sky Watch: Jupiter is on the night shift

Sky Watch: Jupiter is on the night shift

Have you seen that super bright star rising in the low southeastern sky shortly after sunset in the evening twilight? It’s not a star, but rather the big guy of our solar system, the planet Jupiter. The 88,000-mile wide planet, named after the king of the gods in Roman mythology, is not only visible all…

Ever wondered what’s floating around in space?

Ever wondered what’s floating around in space?

(iStock/The Washington Post illustration/Prisma filter) The night sky is full of stars, but it’s also full of garbage. Humans put lots of satellites up there — about 1,700 working spacecraft are in orbit around our planet — and not every piece of machinery comes right back when its job is done. Many keep speeding through…

Jurassic Fossil Tail Could Be Missing Link In Crocodile Family Tree

Jurassic Fossil Tail Could Be Missing Link In Crocodile Family Tree

A fossil tail dug up from a mountain in Hungary may have belonged to an intermediary species of crocodile that lived during the Jurassic period. What are this species’s features?  ( Marton Szabo ) Paleontologists have discovered a Jurassic fossil tail, which could be the missing link in the family tree of crocodiles. Intermediary Species…

Making Stuff in Space: Off-Earth Manufacturing Is Just Getting Started

Making Stuff in Space: Off-Earth Manufacturing Is Just Getting Started

Space is a dangerous place for humans: Microgravity sets our fluids wandering and weakens muscles, radiation tears through DNA and the harsh vacuum outside is an ever-present threat.  But for materials that show incredible strength, transmit information with barely any loss, form enormous crystals or even grow into organs, the harshness of space can be…

Final Fantasy VII Remake Release Date Confirmed, But Fans Won’t Like It

Final Fantasy VII Remake Release Date Confirmed, But Fans Won’t Like It

The “Final Fantasy VII Remake” release date was confirmed by producer Yoshinori Kitase and development head Naoki Hamaguchi. Fans may be disappointed with the launch window, but there remains a silver lining that might make the game worth the wait.  ( Square Enix | YouTube ) The Final Fantasy VII Remake release date, or at least…

NES Classic Will Be Back In Stock Soon, Here’s When

NES Classic Will Be Back In Stock Soon, Here’s When

If you were not able to grab an NES Classic during the retro console’s initial run, the good news is that it’ll be back in stock next month. Nintendo has announced that the hard-to-find mini-console will be available again starting on June 29. The NES Classic ($60), and the more recently released SNES Classic ($80),…