Heroes of Popular Science – Tiger In The Hall

Download here: https://heroesofpopularscience.bandcamp.com/album/planets-tiger-in-the-hall ‘Tiger In The Hall’ by Heroes of Popular Science. Filmed by Daniel Millest. Edited by John Chambers. For more music please visit: http://heroesofpopularscience.bandcamp.com http://heroesofpopularscience.wordpress.com twitter: #heroesofpopsci To find out more about Dan Millest please visit: http://www.danmillest.com Video Rating: / 5

The Science of ‘Yanny or Laurel’

Do you hear Yanny or Laurel in this clip? The audio took social media by storm and divided friends and coworkers (including the Popular Science office) We asked sound experts to analyze the clip to get a definitive, scientific answer. — Producer/Video by: Jason Lederman Research: Sara Chodosh Media: twitter: #CloeCouture/status/996218489831473152 — FOLLOW POPULAR SCIENCE … Read more

Popular Science on facebook | Shift

26-year-old Hashem Al-Ghaili, a Yemeni biologist living in Germany, makes the case for science with his infotainment videos. He’s already collected a good six million fans on Facebook. Presented at Balticon 2015 by Thomas R. Holtz Jr. PhD. People don’t always appreciate the impact that popular science fiction (particular TV shows and movies) has on public consciousness. A great … Read more

Homeliss Derilex – Popular Science

where was this? Video Rating: / 5 Nothing feels right, buy my fake smiles paint pictures like everything’s fine. Sheep like what they’re told, so they’ve got spindles spinning bad songs into gold. And who decides what’s wrong or right to like? When the puzzle pieces twist and seem like they won’t fit their match, … Read more

eevBLAB #30 – Popular Science FAIL! (WaterSeer Debunk)

A magazine like Popular Science should be held to a higher standard than today’s “Fake news” marketing re-hashing websites, which is why it’s very disappointing to see them print an article on the thoroughly busted Indiegogo WaterSeer without any kind of basic fact checking or questioning of it’s practicality. P.S. The article author was contacted … Read more

Rupert Sheldrake & Mark Vernon – The Spirituality of Popular Science

“Rupert Sheldrake and Mark Vernon discuss how the communication of science routinely exploits notions of wonder and beauty, and what this might tell us about how science opens onto wider dimensions of reality. Does science fiction similarly suggest that science is grappling with aspects of reality that it can’t itself contain? Why is the experience … Read more