My blog about science illiteracy two days ago has fomented a mini-tempest–and some thoughts.
“One hundred years from now, the role of science and technology will be about becoming part of nature rather than trying to control it.”
The $2.2 billion Ivanpah solar power plant can now generate electricity. But was it worth the money?
A quantum internet capable of sending perfectly secure messages has been running at Los Alamos National Labs for the last two and a half years, say researchers
One hundred percent renewable energy won’t come as easily as he thinks.
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.
A Tesla Model S caught fire. What happened brings both good news and bad news for electric vehicles.
We’ve hit 400 ppm of carbon dioxide, but we won’t know what that means for decades.
To stay profitable, Tesla needs to keep cutting costs and selling more cars.