I write for TWiB not just out of a love for sharing cool science stuff, but also to promote diversity within the sciences. It’s critical to understand that simply... Read More
When you think about government accomplishments in the past year, many of NASA’s achievements get overlooked. As entertaining as constant partisan deadlock... Read More
Peter Dougan Capaldi (born 14 April 1958) is a Scottish actor and film director. He has played numerous roles in film and television,... Read More
It’s been a great week for diversity in space–it’s the fifty year anniversary of Soviet cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova becoming the first woman in... Read More
3D printers from companies like Makerbot are helping to bring home the dream of printing our own 3D objects. They currently are out of range for most consumers at... Read More
I’m a strong proponent of science and math education, and one way that this can be achieved is by grouping students by how well they are doing with the material.... Read More
What is a “soul?” Can our personal senses of identity be explained by biochemistry alone, or is there something else that makes us … us?
The Swapper is a... Read More
Here we go again.
OH SWEET JESUS CHRIST WHAT THE FUCK NOOOOOOOO #GameOfThrones
— Danielle(@DCPlod) June 3, 2013
I’ll admit it–I was worried about Game of... Read More
Understanding Microsoft’s Position.
After a week of negative press I thought it’d be best to revisit the Xbox One from the position of not the offended... Read More
The strange and amazing freeware title Dwarf Fortress will be installed as part of the Museum of Modern Art’s upcoming exhibit on video games soon, and the reaction to... Read More