Curiosity has been living up to its name up there on the red planet, using its eyes and claws to look at Mars in ways we’ve never seen before. And it’s found some unusual stuff, like this metallic looking shiny object poking out of the dirt. ALIENS!
Scientists have finally been able to detect a gravity wave moving through space and time, just as Einstein predicted.
On Mars, I’m 14 again. Time to bust out those Victoria’s Secret catalogs.
Fuck yeah science
Using a bit of wibbly wobbly, scientists at Cornell University have managed to create a small hole in space that could be used to conceal… pretty much anything. Using a hole in space, you could conceivably rob a bank, go into the girl’s locker room, crap on the hood of someone’s car or whatever else, without being detected at all. I’m sure it has some actual helpful and realistic applications as well.
For a long time, if one were to ask “Why aren’t we mining the Moon?”, the answer would be something like “Since the Moon formed from bits of the Earth, it has the exact same minerals in almost the exact same ratios, including lots of iron, which is something we’ll never ever ever run out of, so it would be really expensive and pointless.” Ah ha, but now it appears that the Moon does have something we want— about 10x as much titanium. And that much titanium might make it all worth it.
Last week, there was an article on IHC from November of last year on how temporal cloaking was very possible and recently, a team at Cornell university actually fucking did it— they created a temporal cloak and a hole in time itself. Fuck.