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Find Hundreds of Science Experiment Ideas in 'Scientific American'
A big part of being a kid is building things, deconstructing things and, in general, discovering how things work—that’s why we buy those starter science experiment kits and toy microscopes to encourage their curiosity. But it’s easy to run out of ideas to kee…
A big part of being a kid is building things, deconstructing things and, in general, discovering how things workthats why we buy those starter science experiment kits and toy microscopes to encourage their curiosity. But its easy to run out of ideas to keep t… [+1599 chars]
Meghan Moravcik Walbert on Offspring, shared by Meghan Moravcik Walbert to Lifehacker
2019-08-19 17:30:00




Science tells us mattresses aren't migratory. Science is clearly wrong.
Most of you probably think mattresses are inanimate objects, forever lying stationary until some living creature, typically a human, picks one up and moves it. You'll all think differently after seeing this video. The video, shot in Colorado on Aug. 17, claim…
Most of you probably think mattresses are inanimate objects, forever lying stationary until some living creature, typically a human, picks one up and moves it. You'll all think differently after seeing this video. The video, shot in Colorado on Aug. 17, clai… [+392 chars]
Adam Rosenberg
2019-08-18 17:09:44




Make 'Floating Pictures' With Your Kid
Want to see your kid’s drawings float off the page? Have them try this science experiment from Sergei Urban, aka TheDadLab. He shares it with us from his book The Dad Lab: 50 Awesome Science Projects for Parents and Kids. Read more...
Want to see your kids drawings float off the page? Have them try this science experiment from Sergei Urban, aka TheDadLab. He shares it with us from his book The Dad Lab: 50 Awesome Science Projects for Parents and Kids. The activity is simple, yet impressi… [+2309 chars]
Michelle Woo on Offspring, shared by Michelle Woo to Lifehacker
2019-07-25 14:00:00




A prehistoric human-sized penguin has been discovered in New Zealand
Coined the "monster penguin," this creature roamed the Earth over 60 millions years ago Read more here. Read more... More about Science, Animals, Mashable Video, Fossils, and Science

Saavon Smalls
2019-08-16 18:21:13




Sevilla and the Science of Soccer’s Summer Transfer Window
Can a club beat the market year after year? Sevilla does by relying on uncommonly deep scouting and a very smart man with a cellphone.
It is the third deal, though, that is perhaps most significant, that had the greatest impact on how Sevilla works in the transfer market today. On Aug. 31, 2005, at 10:30 p.m., Monchis phone rang. Real Madrid, he was told, had paid the release clause in the … [+1849 chars]
Rory Smith
2019-08-02 17:11:39




The Woman Who Turned Psychological Testing Into a Science
“I don’t have time for this,” psychologist Anne Anastasi reportedly said in 1987, before hanging up the phone on a call from Ronald Reagan’s White House. The call, according to Harold Takooshian, a psychology professor at Fordham University, was to inform her…
I dont have time for this, psychologist Anne Anastasi reportedly said in 1987, before hanging up the phone on a call from Ronald Reagans White House. The call, according to Harold Takooshian, a psychology professor at Fordham University, was to inform her tha… [+7644 chars]
Sarah Wells
2019-08-02 17:00:00




Jeffrey Epstein Sure Had Some Extremely Disturbing Thoughts on Science
Jeffrey Epstein—the billionaire investor facing charges of sex trafficking dozens of underage girls and who hobnobbed with the rich and powerful including multiple presidents—sure had a lot of thoughts about science. Specifically, disturbing ones concerning t…
Jeffrey Epsteinthe billionaire investor facing charges of sex trafficking dozens of underage girls and who hobnobbed with the rich and powerful including multiple presidentssure had a lot of thoughts about science. Specifically, disturbing ones concerning the… [+4949 chars]
Tom McKay
2019-08-01 02:35:00




A Decades-Old Computer Science Puzzle Was Solved in Two Pages
With a stunningly simple proof, a researcher has finally cracked the sensitivity conjecture, "one of the most frustrating and embarrassing open problems."
A paper posted online this month has settled a nearly 30-year-old conjecture about the structure of the fundamental building blocks of computer circuits. This sensitivity conjecture has stumped many of the most prominent computer scientists over the years, ye… [+3191 chars]
Erica Klarreich
2019-08-04 11:00:00




Facts about space that will rock your world
With all its wonders space holds a vast amount of interesting facts and information. We collected some facts about space that you may have not known Read more... More about Space, Science, Mashable Video, Outer Space, and Science

Ray White
2019-07-25 20:01:03




Shoot-'Em-Up Videogames Don't Warp Minds—Big Tech Does
It takes a lot of effort, research, and efficiency to manipulate people online and influence their behavior in the real world. Silicon Valley has it down to a science.
Last weekends mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, in quick successionas if the shootings themselves are becoming semiautomatichave returned the publics minds to the desperate need for comprehensive gun control to end the easy access to weapons… [+7282 chars]
Noam Cohen
2019-08-08 11:00:00




Big Oil Is Scared
Here is a simple truth: The world cannot build more fossil fuel infrastructure and have a habitable climate. Science bears this out, and a growing number of people around the world are putting their bodies on the line in the service of said science and habita…
Here is a simple truth: The world cannot build more fossil fuel infrastructure and have a habitable climate. Science bears this out, and a growing number of people around the world are putting their bodies on the line in the service of said science and habita… [+5799 chars]
Brian Kahn on Earther, shared by Andrew Couts to Gizmodo
2019-08-19 18:48:00




Marianne Williamson Loves Spreading Fake Quotes From Albert Einstein
Democratic presidential candidate and self-help author Marianne Williamson is on the defensive. In her latest tweet she says that she’s “not a cult leader” and “ not anti-science.” She even says that the idea she’s anti-science is laughable because she quotes…
Democratic presidential candidate and self-help author Marianne Williamson is on the defensive. In her latest tweet she says that shes not a cult leader and not anti-science. She even says that the idea shes anti-science is laughable because she quotes Albert… [+6844 chars]
Matt Novak
2019-07-23 18:34:00




Y Combinator-backed Narrator wants to become the operating system for data science
"We're effectively your data team," explains Narrator co-founder Matthew Star.
Cedric Dussud, Michael Nason, Ahmed Elsamadisi and Matthew Star (pictured above, in order) spent the summer sharing a house in San Francisco, cooking meals together and building Narrator, a startup with ambitions of becoming a universal data model fit for any… [+3822 chars]
Kate Clark
2019-08-16 15:18:26




People downloaded this landmark climate study 1 million times
Around 15 years ago, Naomi Oreskes, a historian of science, observed that many reporters repeatedly covered climate change in a puzzling way. The popular media wrote about the topic as if there was still "a great debate" about whether human-caused climate cha…
Around 15 years ago, Naomi Oreskes, a historian of science, observed that many reporters repeatedly covered climate change in a puzzling way. The popular media wrote about the topic as if there was still "a great debate" about whether human-caused climate ch… [+5800 chars]
Mark Kaufman
2019-08-05 20:15:05




Learn More About Earth's Ecology and Weather With NOAA's New App
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is a scientific government agency that focuses on the conditions of things like our oceans and waterways as well as Earth’s atmosphere. Read more...
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is a scientific government agency that focuses on the conditions of things like our oceans and waterways as well as Earths atmosphere. The group has a product called Science On a Sphere which display… [+1303 chars]
Emily Price
2019-08-11 00:35:00




JY Yang’s Tensorate series is a sweeping, experimental blend of sci-fi and fantasy
Singaporean author JY Yang recently finished out their Tensorate series: four novellas — The Red Threads of Fortune, The Black Tides of Heaven, The Descent of Monsters, and The Ascent to Godhood — which blends science fiction and fantasy, all of which play ou…
A genre-blending exploration of power and inequality Photo by Andrew Liptak / The Ver Genre is an odd thing. At times, its merely a sales tactic, where similar books are grouped together in a bookstore to make them easier to find. But it can also be a codif… [+4517 chars]
Andrew Liptak
2019-08-03 17:00:00




Catalyst raises $15M from Accel to transform data-driven customer success
Managing your customers has changed a lot in the past decade. Out are the steak dinners and ballgame tickets to get a sense of a contract’s chance at renewal, and in are churn analysis and a whole bunch of data science to learn whether a customer and their us…
Managing your customers has changed a lot in the past decade. Out are the steak dinners and ballgame tickets to get a sense of a contracts chance at renewal, and in are churn analysis and a whole bunch of data science to learn whether a customer and their use… [+3691 chars]
Danny Crichton
2019-07-30 15:00:53




Kick off a career in data science with this $10 Python course
TL;DR: Geared toward beginner and expert developers alike, this online Python bootcamp is on sale for just $9.99. It's normally $185, so you'll be saving a ton of money. One in four Americans polled for Chapman University's most recent annual survey of common…
TL;DR: Geared toward beginner and expert developers alike, this online Python bootcamp is on sale for just $9.99. It's normally $185, so you'll be saving a ton of money.  One in four Americans polled for Chapman University's most recent annual survey of comm… [+2394 chars]
Haley Henschel
2019-08-13 09:01:00




You can track Greta Thunberg's travels as she sails across the high seas
Greta Thunberg is bound for the high seas. On August 14 the teenage climate activist set sail from Britain to New York City aboard the Malizia II, a technologically-advanced racing sailboat that generates electricity using solar panels and underwater turbines…
Greta Thunberg is bound for the high seas. On August 14 the teenage climate activist set sail from Britain to New York City aboard the Malizia II, a technologically-advanced racing sailboat that generates electricity using solar panels and underwater turbine… [+1852 chars]
Mark Kaufman
2019-08-14 18:13:41




TripAdvisor teams up with interplanetary agency, Astroland to offer Mars experience in Spain
The experience will be open to the public and allow them to get a firsthand experience of "living" on Mars. Read more... More about Space, Science, Mashable Video, Mars, and Trip Advisor

Saavon Smalls
2019-08-22 20:00:05
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