Author: Kermit Woodall

China Is Sending Plants and Insects to the Moon in 2018

China Is Sending Plants and Insects to the Moon in 2018

China will be sending silk worms to the Moon Read More »

Parallel Universes Could Solve One of the Biggest Mysteries in Physics

Parallel Universes Could Solve One of the Biggest Mysteries in Physics

Scientists suggest that general relativity applies to our universe, while quantum mechanics holds sway across ALL of the universes Read More »

Multi-planet System Found Through Crowdsourcing

Multi-planet System Found Through Crowdsourcing

Crowdsourcing project identifies extra solar planets. You can play too! Read More »

Scientists Are Rethinking the Very Nature of Space and Time

Scientists Are Rethinking the Very Nature of Space and Time

Physicists propose that spacetime can be created...or destroyed. Read More »

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The Alien Observatory –“It’s Extremely Unlikely That We’ll Find Life At the Same Stage as Earth’s Humans” (WATCH Videos) – The Daily Galaxy –Great Discoveries Channel

When we discover alien life, will it be microbes or robots? Read More »

New Calculations May Finally Make Fusion Energy a Reality

New Calculations May Finally Make Fusion Energy a Reality

We've been disappointed by fusion promises before. Could this be the answer? Read More »

Bell flying taxi shows what commuting above the traffic might one day look like

Bell flying taxi shows what commuting above the traffic might one day look like

I sure hope Corbin Dallas's face isn't on the driver's license. Read More »

Online supermarket Ocado’s humanoid robot is the factory worker of the future – but is it three laws safe?

Online supermarket Ocado’s humanoid robot is the factory worker of the future – but is it three laws safe?

A robot shall not ring up more than ten items in the ten items or less express lane! Read More »

Large sheets of ice may have been spotted on Mars

Large sheets of ice may have been spotted on Mars

The possibility of Martian colonization just received a major boost: tons of water ice at more accessible latitudes. Read More »

U.S. Cargo Spacecraft Set for Departure from Space Station

U.S. Cargo Spacecraft Set for Departure from Space Station

After delivering more than 4,800 pounds of science and supplies to the International Space Station, a SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft will depart the orbiting laboratory on Saturday, Jan. 13. NASA will provide live coverage of Dragon’s departur... Read More »

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