Tag Archives: technology

Metronomy – I’m Aquarius (Music Video)

Just one fight and just one anniversary So I never thought you’d be the one to up and leave You said our love was written in the stars But I never paid attention to my charts And now I see how quick you must want to forget ‘Cause you left the ring I bought you… Read More »

Tapwave Zodiac: The Failed 2003 Gaming PDA

Greetings and welcome to an LGR thing! And this thing right here is the Tapwave Zodiac, released in October of 2003 for a price of $299 for this silver model with 32 megabytes of RAM, known as the Zodiac 1. And $399 for a black 128 meg model known as the Z2. So what is… Read More »

The Degenerate Drawing Jianghu Season2-Episode 30【The official version】

Is anyone here It should be here in a few days Wait for him The rest Leave it to him Vision Time is up Little sister How is the study Not bad Remember everything It ’s a pity that Hades and Ghost King are at odds Divided the magic into two otherwise Their brothers may… Read More »

What’s Up for March 2017 | Astronomy | Conjunction

♪ What’s Up for March? The moon hides red star Aldebaran and crescents dazzle after dusk. Hello and welcome. I’m Jane Houston Jones from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. On March 4 the first quarter moon passes between Earth and the star Aldebaran, temporarily blocking our view of the star. This is called… Read More »

High Energy Astronomy: A Telescope is Born

This is VERITAS, a gamma ray observatory in southern Arizona. You may recognize it from our video a few months ago, but today we’re here for another reason: the inauguration of a brand new type of telescope. Behind me is a prototype Schwarzschild-Couder telescope, a gamma ray telescope proposed for the Cherenkov telescope array, the… Read More »

Astronomers Discover Mystery Radio Signal From Another Galaxy

The date is 2001, and in the Australian outback a 64 meter radio telescope scans the sky for electromagnetic signals from deep space. With most of the electromagnetic energy in the universe being generated by stars and black holes, and outside of the visible light spectrum, the radio dish and the data it collects as… Read More »

Astronomical medicine | Michelle Borkin | TEDxBoston

Translator: TED Translators admin Reviewer: Camille Martínez I believe that we can both unravel the mysteries of the universe and save human lives at the same time through interdisciplinary research. And I’m going to share with you today just one story, my story, that has crossed these paths. We start the in supernova remnant Cassiopeia… Read More »


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Living the Promise: Susan Wessler

We thought that the first experience that students should have with biology in a college setting should be doing real science because it’s much more fun. People have always said said, and I’ve said before, that my lab is this really exciting place, and most research labs are really exciting places and classrooms are not… Read More »

Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell (Full Presentation)

My name is Professor Michio Kaku.  I’m a professor of theoretical physics at the City University of New York and I specialize in something called string theory.  I’m a physicist. Some people ask me the question, “What has physics done for me lately?  I mean, do I get better color television, do I get better… Read More »