My blog about science illiteracy two days ago has fomented a mini-tempest–and some thoughts.
The absence of alien probes visiting the solar system places severe limits on the number of advanced civilizations that could be exploring the galaxy.
The good news: America’s science literacy rate is up from a pathetic 10 percent in 1988. The bad news: it’s still only 28 percent.
The $2.2 billion Ivanpah solar power plant can now generate electricity. But was it worth the money?
The world needs nuclear power to reduce the emissions causing climate change, but that depends partly on finding a place to store decades’ worth of accumulated waste
To stay profitable, Tesla needs to keep cutting costs and selling more cars.
The idea that our Universe is a giant cosmic computer pervades modern science. Now one physicists says this assumption is dangerously wrong
Last week, Paul Allen and a colleague challenged the prediction that computers will soon exceed human intelligence. Now Ray Kurzweil, the leading proponent of the “Singularity,” offers a rebuttal.
Here’s what the president was talking about when he referred to solar liquid fuels in the State of the Union address last night.
Applying the theory of disruptive innovation to Tesla is not as simple as it seems.