blogs.discovermagazine.com - Culture | On his twitter feed one Conor Friedersdorf made a comment about how beer unites people across the ideological spectrum. I raised my eyebrows at this, because I
blogs.discovermagazine.com - Last week, NASA presented the first images and videos from its latest and greatest eye on the Sun: the Solar Dynamics Observatory. SDO has been in the works for a long, long time, and I’ve been anxiously awaiting data from it for years…
blogs.discovermagazine.com - Tom Lowe has done it again: another jaw-dropping astronomy timelapse. Timescapes: Death is the Road to Awe from Tom Lowe "This was shot on 5D2, 1D4 and the new Red MX cinema camera."
blogs.discovermagazine.com - NASA to plan manned missions to near-Earth asteroids in the 2020s, and to Mars in 2030s. Obama’s new policy will give NASA what it needs to be visionary again.
blogs.discovermagazine.com - The “Enviropig” has been genetically modified in such a manner that its urine and feces contain almost 65 percent less phosphorus than usual.
blogs.discovermagazine.com - Cool stuff | This may seriously be my favorite picture ever taken from space: the view from inside the International Space Station as it heads toward the aurora at 28,000 ki
blogs.discovermagazine.com - Scientists have discovered the part of the brain that makes people gullible, it was claimed today. The findings could have massive implications for treating the growing number of people who fall wide-eyed for sensationalist media reports.
blogs.discovermagazine.com - Antiscience | I recently posted that Don McLeroy, a Texas conservative creationist buffoon on the State School Board of Education, lost his re-election bid. That was good new
blogs.discovermagazine.com - NCBI ROFL | Swinging high and low: Why do the testes hang atdifferent levels? A theory on surface area andthermoregulation.Anatomically, one or the other half of the scrota