No, this post isn’t about racing cars, it’s about the Earth’s poles. Not much interesting to tell about those, you say? Guess again.Continue reading “Pole Position”
With the increasingly volatile situation in the US, the escalating showdown between the US and China, and the increasingly alarming reports on pollution and the environment, let’s do some crystal ball gazing.Continue reading “Crystal ball gazing”
At this moment, the Voyager 1 space probe is the human-made object that’s farthest from Earth. It’s traveling at a whopping 62,140 kilometers per hour away from the sun. How did it get there?Continue reading “Gravitational slingshots”
As some of you know, my day job is being a lead software engineer. I’ve discussed a lot of science on this site, but I’ve never actually discussed how computers work, even though I have most experience in that area. Time to change that.
California and several other US states are currently trying to create new net neutrality rules since the FCC abolished the ones put in place on the US federal level. What the heck is net neutrality? And why do we even need it?