Net neutrality explained in a way that I (finally) really understand.
An After Effects wizard by the name of Bard Canning spent four weeks digitally enhancing this footage from the Curiosity Rover’s landing on Mars. This video is the amazing result.
Take a look to see what happened to Yellowstone National Park in the late ’80s that almost wiped it off the map.
It has been estimated that for every $1 you spend on NASA, you get $10 back. Every president seems to promise that in the next 10 years we’ll be back in outer space, but they’re never around long enough to make sure it happens. Why are we shortchanging our space program?
(Everyone knows you don’t bring bibles to a science fight.) Bill Nye understands science. He just doesn’t understand not teaching it to your kids. That’s just irresponsible. UPDATE: Ken Ham, the CEO of the Creation Museum has responded. Take your logic caps off, guys. It’s about to get cray-cray.
54 million people have some sort of physical handicap. These can range from color blindness to deafness, muscular dystrophy, and more. But most video games are not designed to accommodate folks that could really benefit from being able to do what gamers do.
To set the scene, the (poorly posed) question is referring to comments made by former Treasury Secretary and Harvard University President Lawrence Summers, who suggested that genetic differences could explain why there are fewer girls in science. Yup, he really was Treasury secretary and president of Harvard. Neil deGrasse Tyson’s answer is, um, out of […]
This is what Obama’s had to deal with for the past four years. Jump to 0:28 for examples of Fox News playing the underdog, skip to 0:38 for a hilarious description of whom each anchor would be cast as in an ’80s frat comedy, at 3:30 watch this guy tear Glenn Beck a new one, […]
On the premiere of his thoughtful and hilarious new show on HBO, “Last Week Tonight,” John Oliver got the opportunity to sit down with Gen. Keith Alexander, the previous head of the NSA, and attempt to hold him accountable for the organization’s overreach. He didn’t pull punches and once again proved that apparently the best […]
Income inequality impacts all of us. Even those of us who swing from trees and fling things. A scientist did a pay equality study with a monkey. (I’m not kidding.) The results were both hilarious and eye-opening.