Topics and developments in science and medicine, presented by Futurism.

Robert Lea2 days ago
A Certain Uncertainty: The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle Explained
'Uncertainty'—it's not a word that we generally associate with science. Science conjures images of certainty, solid results, and constant improvement by increment. There's a certain irony then, that w...
Robert Lea4 days ago
The Physics of Solar Sails. How Photons Have Momentum Without Mass.
The Planetary Society’s LightSail 2 project launches from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, as part of the US Air Force’s STP-2 mission. It will be carried by a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket, enclosed wit...
Aaron Dennis5 days ago
Life on Other Planets is Virtually Impossible
We’ve all read the books, seen the movies, and heard the stories. Scientists discuss it. NASA releases documentaries. Third parties create documentaries about life on Mars or Io. We’ve heard about Cyd...
Robert Lea8 days ago
Zipping Through Special Relativity: Reference Frames and Transformations
Even from a modern perspective, it isn't difficult to understand why Einstein's theory of Special Relativity caused such a paradigm shift in physics and science in general. Until its introduction in t...
Why Science Communication?
Science communication contains three types of knowledge transmission: communication between scientists of the same field, communication between scientists of different fields and communication to non-...
Jazlyn W.14 days ago
Pulse Waves of the Universe
Bioenergy has been something of a mystery ever since people took the first steps towards spirituality. Parapsychologists, researchers of the phenomenon of the brain, when it comes to gifts such as tel...
Marshall Barnesa month ago
Tackling 'See You Yesterday' at the Goal Line
Well, Spike Lee's production of Stefon Bristol's first film feature, See You Yesterday was released the 17th of May and I still haven't seen it, which is fine. I've seen enough to be hacked off that I...
Jacob Marshalla month ago
Anti-Matter Interference Patterns
For years the idea of Young's famed double slit experiment has been researched and tested by many physicists, from school students to acclaimed researchers, and it proves light exhibits wave-like beha...
J.Y. La month ago
Why Do We Dream?
I’m often left baffled, confused, and awestruck by the things that I dream about. Like you, I wondered exactly why we dream. There’s no doubt that dreams have a solid connection with our memory. The s...
Flora Mayer3 months ago
Will Humans Ever Be Able to Outrun a Car?
Will humans ever be able to outrun a car? Answering this question will definitely require more physics than logic. One needs to understand how velocity changes with time (acceleration), as well as how...
Wonk! Magazine4 months ago
Should You Trust Your Senses?
There’s a famous saying that "seeing is believing," as people will often not believe something until they have seen or experienced it for themselves. It’s almost like when someone says to you, "Don’t ...
Pouria Nazemi6 months ago
The Far Side of the Moon
For people who are interested in space exploration, 2019 is already becoming a historic year. Just a few hours after the new year, the New Horizons probe did a fly by near a far far object named, Ulti...
Danna Molina6 months ago
Recreation of the Rain Phenomenon
The planet Earth presents diverse types of ecosystems that are the result of the combination of the geographical conditions with the specific wildlife conditions for that habitat, this means that each...
Danna Molina6 months ago
Iria Vasquez-Paez7 months ago
How to Deal with Rising Sea Levels
Rising sea levels will happen within the next 20 years regardless of whether you believe in climate change or not. A solution to this problem is to build fleets of submarines and tankers designed to h...
Christina B7 months ago
Bacteria That Glow
WatchMojo 7 months ago
Top 10 Amazing Scientific Discoveries Made Recently
What a fascinating time to be alive! Welcome to, and today we're counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Amazing Scientific Discoveries Made Recently." For this list, we’re looking at th...