More than a century of scientific consensus
British-born and renowned physicist Freeman Dyson passed away yesterday at 96 years old. The majority of his career was spent teaching at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey. He not only spoke about the dangers of nuclear weapons but was enthusiastic about space and a futurist, in which his famous Dyson Sphere… Read More In Memoriam: Freeman Dyson (1923 – 2020)
First in a series of science videos Tony Heller is making primarily focused on real science, rather than debunking the junk science of climate alarmists. PHOTO CREDIT: By NASA – NSSDC Photo Gallery Venus direct link to the big TIFF Version:ftp://nssdcftp.gsfc.nasa.gov/photo_gallery/hi-res/planetary/venus/pvo_uv_790226.tiff, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=10914
During 1972, Ayn Rand delivered a lecture at Boston’s Ford Hall Forum. In her lecture, she contrasts two major events from that summer’s news: the Apollo 11 moon landing and the Woodstock music festival. Using the symbolism and meaning of the Greek gods Apollo and Dionysus, Ms. Rand outlines the fundamental conflict of our age:… Read More Apollo and Dionysus
By Eileen AJ Connelly April 27, 2019 New York Post The search for signs of intelligent life in the universe may have to skip Oxford University. A spacey professor at the austere British institution claims bug-like aliens walk among us, and says they’re having very close encounters with humans — interbreeding to create a new… Read More Oxford Professor: Aliens Interbreeding With Humans Will Help Stop Climate Change
Many surprises about Pluto have been revealed in the data thus far released from NASA’s New Horizons mission. In this video, physicist Eugene Bagashov discusses what we have learned thus far about Pluto’s atmosphere and the larger Plutonian environment.