If there’s one thing almost every rational person can agree on, it’s the fact that vaccines are safe and effective. Just like gravity holding us down firmly to the round Earth, climate change existing, and evolution being real, there’s an overwhelming amount of evidence proving this. If you don’t believe me here, you can simply […]Read More
Category Archives: Science!
By Dan Broadbent | June 14, 2018 | Category Science!
Neil deGrasse Tyson has said “The good thing about science is that it’s true whether or not you believe in it.” That is the underlying foundation of the scientific method. If the findings of a study are true and accurate, once you publish your methods and conclusion, others should be able to replicate your study […]Read More
Last week, SpaceX successfully launched the Falcon Heavy on its maiden voyage to Mars and the Asteroid Belt, surpassing even SpaceX CEO Elon Musk’s own expectations for the mission. We know it exceeded his expectations based on his reaction to the launch itself: Holy flying fuck, that thing took off! Indeed it did, and it’s […]Read More
For those of you who watched SpaceX launch the Falcon Heavy yesterday, there’s good news, there’s great news, there’s bad news, then there’s interesting news. As I wrote about before, the measure of success for this mission was to just get the rocket off Launchpad 39A before the thing exploded, so it didn’t damage the […]Read More
By Dan Broadbent | January 22, 2018 | Category Science!
We’re just barely three weeks into 2018, and already we have weird things happening. No, I’m not talking about the government shutdown or cute penguins jumping into research boats or things exploding in the sky over Detroit. I’m talking about the ‘Tide Pod Challenge.’ The history of the Tide Pod Challenge meme is not as […]Read More