On insects, pigeons, and people – in that order.
A story on hot food and cold drinks, country boys and city slickers, as well as some capital hipster fun. Oh, and there is science, of course.
I don’t know either. Physics is as good as anything to think about right now, I guess.”
“Dunno the first thing of what you just said. But I’ll find out, I can tell you that…!”
Science and faith. What do facts matter to the gut?
A foul-mouthed 17-year-old prodigy student and mankind’s hubris…
Sometimes we toss comments, more than discussing, about leaving Earth for another planet. Well – That would be a kind of a journey. Freja, a space engineer student at Luleå tekniska universitet, wrote an essay that might give you some perspective on a journey to a planet, orbiting another star. In-betweeners – by Freja Andrea Dyrbye […]
Isaac Newton formulated a theory for all of the universe known at his time, yet that was only part of his scientific work. Before he even spent one thought on mechanics, Newton laid the foundation of what is the most important observational tool of exploring the much greater known universe of today. There is no […]
What is beautiful has to be true. But then, what if that is not true? This is the third article in our series on Imagination and Mathematics. You can find the previous text, which focused on one of the first scientists in the modern sense, Ptolemy of Alexandria, here. Speaking of Ptolemy, one of the […]
How can we know what gravity is? We know it, because it is part of us. This is the second article in our series about imagination and mathematics. You can find part 1 here. What do I mean by writing that gravity is a part of us? We humans have developed into what we are […]