I know there were many space projects that already did so much for the human race and I am also very thankful for those, but it’s rather fitting that I’d address what I think and feel for the scientific missions that I’ve witnessed during my lifetime.
Coal is dead and it’s going to be a financial celebration. Wear your black suits for a burial that will start a revolution towards a cleaner, safer and livable Earth.
Do you know what causes AIDS? Do you know the inner workings that HIV does that threaten more than 2 million people each year? Do you shamefully discriminate people who are HIV/AIDS positive without any idea what it is in the first place?
Hollywood films are without a doubt beyond entertaining. But there are a few things that these films ought questioning, especially on the ‘effects’ side of things.
This week, I’ve learned about how bacteria defend themselves, how an experiment might lessen atmospheric carbon dioxide, and radio signals that may determine the stuff that makes the Cosmic Web!
WARNING: Nerdy stuff inside! Read with caution! But seriously, great nerdy scientific stuff are inside!
In almost half a decade of war against drugs, none of the countries that support it have gained actual results. Cutting off drug pushers and drug lords from the scene do not have good results.