Nearly a century after it was theorized, Harvard scientists have succeeded in creating metallic hydrogen. In addition to helping scientists answer fundamental questions about the nature of matter, the material is theorized to have a wide range of applications, ranging from room-temperature superconductors to powerful rocket propellant.
This is cool…
OSU Researcher George Poinar discovered an ancient insect, frozen in amber, so unusual that a new order had to be created. This creature has a triangular head that makes it look like ET.
Material science is still in it’s infancy. But each year we are designing new and amazing substances that will eventually change the way we live.
Now this is interesting…
Very well done. Sub atomic physics is really weird.
Let’s keep our fingers crossed.
There are many chemicals that are unbelievably dangerous. This is one of them…
Why is it not being built here!?! Hopefully someday we will invest more into fusion research.
Countries around the world are pouring billions of dollars into France’s revolutionary nuclear fusion reactor
More on the Em Drive
NASA’s Physics-Defying EM Drive Passes Peer Review
Aliens? The “megastructure” hypothesis still lives.
Scientists Are Now Even More Confused By Potential “Alien Superstructure”
Today in EPS we spoke about entropy and the second law of thermodynamics. What if gravity was a function of entropy? this is pretty deep stuff, but interesting…
This is a great Youtube channel. engineerguy
These are cool.
Here is the complete video we watched segments of in Dynamic Earth Class.
Finalist of the Best Illusion of the Year Contest 2016
Whaaat? Fear not the Internet has it figured out…
But definitely cool. Be warned, this young man is no amateur. He has degrees in Chemistry and Math and experience working in a research lab. But still…
Very nice. The next time a confused person tries to tell you that lighting goes from the ground up, show them this. What they mean is that the current flows that direction, but that is fairly meaningless.
Published on May 24, 2016
Professor Ningyu Liu at the Geospace Physics Laboratory caught a beautiful lightning show from a recent storm. It’s recorded at 7000 frames per second and the playback speed is 700 frames per second.
Really great article detailing the fundamental forces in the universe.
If you like the physics of small objects you may like this…
Pretty complex. eh? Here is a better description…
Just had Chipotle tonight (ah, Guac) and saw this. Very interesting.