Aliens who like their geo satellites just a bit more than we do may have massive swarms of geo satellites around their home planets, which according to a new paper, should be detectable around nearby Red dwarf stars.
Egypt’s Antiquities Ministry says the discovery is “just the beginning” and that it could take up to five years to retrieve all the artefacts.
Juno completed its eleventh orbit of the planet on February 7, capturing some spectacular images in the process.
A new Lancet paper about antidepressants caused quite a stir this week. Headlines proclaimed that “It’s official – antidepressants work”, “Study proves anti-depressants are effective”, and “Antidepressants work. Period.”
The truth is that while the Lancet paper is a nice piece of work, it tells us very little that we didn’t already know, and it has a number of limitations. The media reaction to the paper is frankly bananas, as we’ll see below.
Here’s why the new study doesn’t t
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
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The sheriff deputy was armed and in uniform, standing outside the Florida school where a gunman was methodically killing students, authorities said Thursday night. And yet he did nothing. In the hours since authorities described the deputy’s response, he has been vilified by his own department, the community and the president. The deputy, Scot Peterson, “clearly” knew […]
The astronaut who pioneered the MMU jetpack recounts the history of one of NASA’s greatest inventions.