The film 'Interstellar' raised many scientific questions about our place in the universe. Guest contributor Adam Crowl of Icarus Interstellar discusses how some of these ideas could help us explore interstellar space.
The new lightsaber shown in the Star Wars trailer, just released, has the Internet buzzing, and just a tad unhappy. But guess what? Science say we can't have them anyway, because they're based on made-up physics. Trace and Catie explain.
Sci-fi fans who hope humanity can one day zoom to distant corners of the universe via wormholes, as astronauts do in the recent film 'Interstellar,' shouldn't hold their breath.
Many of the physics theories explained in the movie 'Interstellar' are being investigated by the world's most powerful particle accelerator, which is awesome. Continue reading →
'Interstellar' promised a science-filled, epic space adventure. But it didn't deliver. Continue reading →
Christopher Nolen's movie 'Interstellar' will be an epic space adventure encapsulating humanity's need to explore the Universe, but it's the visual effects for the movie that are garnering early attention. Continue reading →
In the sci-fi genre, tractor beams have long been the preferred method for moving things in outer space. In the real world, though, scientists may have just hit upon the ideal tractor beam, one that doesn't even need to run on infinite energy.
The newly discovered dino-era pterosaur looks to have been built for scooping up fish -- a lot of them. Continue reading →
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