New York’s Comic Con


Find your inner dork and hey its completely ok

We attended Comic Con in New York on Saturday. The show was at the Javits center, the same place that hosts the New York Auto Show and Toy Fair. The show was sold out for the weekend, and at times it was too crowded for us to see much, or even move around on the exhibition floor. But inside and outside the hall there were some fantastic costumes. Continue reading… “New York’s Comic Con”


Intriguing UFO Report


A UFO or what looks like and UFNose

Happened on Unexplained Mysteries which is shown on Channel 82 here in Mexico, well on MegaCable. This episode was about UFOs so the previews made it look interesting enough to get my notepad. The one that caught my interest was an incident in Kecksburg, PA in 1965. They showed a drawing of something that looked like an acorn or a short condom with a ring around the bottom. Continue reading… “Intriguing UFO Report”


Powerful New Technique Measures Asteroids



Measures Asteroids’ Sizes And Shapes

“Knowledge of the sizes and shapes of asteroids is crucial to understanding how, in the early days of our Solar System, dust and pebbles collected together to form larger bodies and how collisions and re-accumulation have since modified them,” says Marco Delbo from the Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur, France, who led the study.

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Helium Rains Inside Saturn


Helium Rains Inside Saturn, Jupiter And Other Jovian Planets, Research Suggests

Models of how Saturn and Jupiter formed may soon take on a different look. By determining the properties of hydrogen-helium mixtures at the millions of atmospheres of pressure present in the interior of Saturn and Jupiter, physicists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have determined the temperature at a given pressure when helium becomes insoluble in dense metallic hydrogen.

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Supermassive Black Holes Not Guilty



Supermassive Black Holes Not Guilty Of Shutting Down Star Formation

A team of Yale University astronomers has discovered that galaxies stop forming stars long before their central supermassive black holes reach their most powerful stage, meaning the black holes can’t be responsible for shutting down star formation.

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NASA Research Prize Inspires Team To Develop New Carbon Ribbon Making Space Elevator Possible

New NASA Carbon Ribbon Could Make Space Elevator Possible

A new form of carbon ribbon that’s ultra-flexible and super-strong could become the infrastructure for the first working space elevator. Such a structure would usher in a new era in easy space travel.

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