Have you ever found an old photo, walked by a school you used to go to or heard a song from your youth and felt … happy? Sad? Wistful? Sentimental? This feeling has an interesting history and implications, so let’s take a look back at nostalgia.
What do the 1991 Mount Pinatubo eruption and an ocean filled with millions of white golf balls have in common? They can both combat climate change-potentially. Read on to discover how the field of geoengineering is trying to combat climate change.
From the least to the most developed, countries around the world have had to adapt to COVID-19’s new normal. One big trend, particularly in developed nations, has been the rapid…
Humans launching themselves hundreds of kilometres above our planet’s surface isn’t a new practice and neither is the involvement of private aerospace unheard of. Then why is the recent SpaceX's crewed Demo 2 mission so significant.
In 2004, the NHS introduced a policy forbidding many receivers of blood transfusions from becoming blood donors. Today, this restriction is active, and the reason involves a demented generation of British cows.
We are seeing an increasing use of facial recognition technology in our everyday lives. From security, policing, and even just unlocking our smartphones. But how does facial recognition work, and how effective is it really?
We have existed on this planet for less than 0.0004% of the earth’s history yet scientists propose that we have entered the Anthropocene, a new epoch characterized by our significant impact on the planet. Is this claim based on human arrogance and false environmental alarmism or do we have the necessary scientific evidence proving its existence?
A quick medical solution is what we can best hope for Covid-19 pandemic. However, have we approached it the right way since its outburst? Is mechanical ventilation the sole method to treat the Covid-19 patients?
The notion that bowling isn't a real sport should hand in its two weeks notice and book a flight to some tropical island where hammock-linked palm trees abound and fancy cocktails with quirky straws are served in cracked 7 pound house balls.