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[Science] Japan’s Hayabusa 2 mission lands on the surface of a distant asteroid The coolest mission you haven't heard of just hit a major milestone: the Japanese Hayabusa 2 probe has reached its destination, the asteroid Ryugu, and just deployed a pair of landers to its surface. Soon it will touch down itself and bring back a sample of Ryugu back to Earth! Are you kidding me? That's amazing! Published:9/21/2018 6:16:27 PM
[Science] Planet Earth Dodges a Bullet

A week ago, I wondered what was going on in Sunspot, New Mexico. The FBI had swept into this mountain-top solar observatory, complete with Black Hawk helicopters, ...

The post Planet Earth Dodges a Bullet appeared first on Commentary Magazine.

Published:9/20/2018 7:39:38 PM
[Science] Science: The Cultural Politics of Gluten (Steven Hayward) And now for something completely different. . . Sometimes science can be positively hilarious, except when it sets up another screen for detecting bigotry and sexism. That’s the case for a brand new study just out from the National Institutes of Health entitled “Too picky for my taste? The effect of the gluten-free dietary restriction on impressions of romantic partners.” Summary: turns out that being gluten-free is just fine if Published:9/20/2018 4:23:20 PM
[Science] Trump castigates protesters at Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing: 'It is an embarrassment' President Trump criticized protesters Tuesday and questioned why they were allowed to continue interrupting the first day of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation proceedings. Published:9/5/2018 4:56:49 AM
[Science] Political anonymity may help us see both sides of a divisive issue online Some topics are so politically charged that even to attempt a discussion online is to invite toxicity and rigid disagreement among participants. But a new study finds that exposure to the views of others, minus their political affiliation, could help us overcome our own biases. Published:9/3/2018 8:21:32 PM
[Science] Off to the Sun

In 1957, an astrophysicist at the University of Chicago named Eugene Parker submitted a paper to The Astrophysical Journal, the most prestigious journal in that field.  In ...

The post Off to the Sun appeared first on Commentary Magazine.

Published:8/14/2018 3:28:41 PM
[Science] Please don't invite Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to a debate unless she has formally invited you to send an invitation As though following a script written to parody the hysterical Left, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez responded to Ben Shapiro's debate invitation by invoking gender. Published:8/11/2018 11:06:06 AM
[Science] Al Franken wants back into the Senate, and maybe he's not just groping at straws Al Franken sounds restless. The disgraced former senator misses being in public office, and it sounds like he’s toying with the idea of staging a comeback, telling a CBS News affiliate in Minnesota this week that he hasn’t ruled out the idea of getting back in the game. Published:7/31/2018 3:08:14 PM
[Science] Virgin Galactic agrees to launch space flights from Italy U.S. space venture Virgin Galactic announced it has partnered with two aerospace companies to help bring commercial space launches to Italy. The agreement with Italy’s largest private space company Sitael and Altec, a public-private company owned by the Italian Space Agency and Thales Alenia Space, has been two years in the making. The idea is to […] Published:7/6/2018 3:51:15 PM
[Science] Space X/Boring Company engineers are being sent to help with Thai cave rescue In a series of late night/early morning tweets, Elon Musk offered up engineers from Space X and the Boring Company to help the soccer team trapped in a Thailand cave. Musk began by suggesting a potential solution to help rescue the team and their coach who went missing late last month. As he noted, the […] Published:7/6/2018 10:23:21 AM
[Science] Under Trump, conservatism just ain't what it used to be There once was a time when conservatives insisted that bills must be paid, and that public debt should be avoided or severely limited. Published:6/14/2018 8:19:47 PM
[Science] Don’t Support ‘Gay Rights’? New Study says You’re Ignorant

Science says we’re animals, and now science is telling us that anyone who does not support same-sex sexuality is ignorant. It’s the latest study. Here it is: Researchers out of Australia have found a strong correlation between low intelligence and anti-gay bias. The study, led by Francisco Perales at The University of Queensland’s Institute for ...

The post Don’t Support ‘Gay Rights’? New Study says You’re Ignorant appeared first on Godfather Politics.

Published:6/6/2018 11:28:25 PM
[Science] Don’t Support ‘Gay Rights’? New Study says You’re Ignorant

Science says we’re animals, and now science is telling us that anyone who does not support same-sex sexuality is ignorant. It’s the latest study. Here it is: Researchers out of Australia have found a strong correlation between low intelligence and anti-gay bias. The study, led by Francisco Perales at The University of Queensland’s Institute for ...

The post Don’t Support ‘Gay Rights’? New Study says You’re Ignorant appeared first on Godfather Politics.

Published:6/6/2018 11:28:25 PM
[Science] Jared Kushner awarded permanent security clearance after year of background checks President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner has been granted a permanent security clearance, a person briefed on the matter confirmed Wednesday. Published:5/23/2018 2:59:55 PM
[Science] Watch SpaceX launch the GRACE-FO and Iridium NEXT satellites here Today's the day for SpaceX's launch of Iridium's NEXT communications satellites and a pair of twin birds from NASA that will monitor the fresh water on the surface of the Earth. You can watch the launch right here. Published:5/22/2018 12:21:32 PM
[Science] SpaceX rocket will make a pit stop 305 miles up to deploy NASA satellites before moving on Tuesday is the planned launch for a SpaceX Falcon 9 carrying two payloads to orbit — and this launch will be an especially interesting one. A set of five communications satellites for Iridium need to get to almost 500 miles up, but a NASA mission has to pop out at the 300 mile mark. What […] Published:5/21/2018 5:18:19 PM
[Science] Get up super early and watch NASA’s Insight Mars lander launch live Night owl? Good news — there's an historic rocket launch early tomorrow morning that you can catch while the rest of the country is sleeping. NASA's Insight Mars lander is scheduled for takeoff at 4:05 AM Pacific, weather permitting. Published:5/4/2018 4:33:12 PM
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