Mon, 21-06-2021 : 05:25
Hello Science Fans,
I have to admit that I have been enjoying the longer days. Too bad it all stops
tonight at 8:32 PM. Time and experience aren’t always exactly as they appear though. It’s interesting that time seems to pass at different rates as well. Not so long ago there seemed to be little or no problem and only a general awareness of climate change an
Mon, 14-06-2021 : 15:31
Magawa at work, detecting land mines
from the desk of Bob Siederer
Hello again Science Fans!
Social media is chock full of cute videos of cats, dogs, and other critters doing funny things, being rescued, etc. The connections between humans and the rest of the animal kingdom are complex and not that well studied, when you consider the number of species out there.
So today, I’m starting off with a few stories that crossed my screen about those creatures with whom we share the planet.
Up first is Magawa, a G
Mon, 07-06-2021 : 03:23
Clouds are rare over Mars. Curiosity photographed these clouds so far above the surface that they may be made of dry ice crystals, i.e. frozen CO2.
from the desk of David Almandsmith
This SciSchmooze is going to press before the results of Ingenuity’s 7th flight are known. But if you would like a little model (about 1/7 scale) of Ingenuity - for free - just be the third person replying to ask for it.
Nobody expected it was possible to be blown direct
Sun, 30-05-2021 : 20:52
Lunar Eclipse - Copyright John Kraus, 2021
from the desk of Dave Almandsmith
Hello again, Friend of science,
Dr. Elizabeth Bik searches for faked images, plagiarized passages, and incorrectly interpreted data in scientific papers. She is amazing in her
ability to recognize improperly re-used images even when they are reversed and rotated. She presented a paper on “