Where Does the Concept of Time Travel Come From?10 Exoplanets That Could Host Alien Life13 Ways to Hunt Intelligent AliensLeonard David is the author of the recently released book, "Moon Rush: The New Space Race" published by National Geographic in May 2019. A longtime writer for Space.com, David has been reporting on the space industry for more than five decades. Follow us on Twitter @Spacedotcom or Facebook. … [Read more...] about UFOs May Be Piloted by Time-Traveling Humans, Book Argues
"We have this apparent complete symmetry of accounting between matter and antimatter," Thomas O'Donnell, a professor of physics at Virginia Tech University, told Live Science. "Every time you make a piece of matter, you also make a balancing piece of antimatter, and every time you destroy a piece of matter, you must destroy a piece of antimatter. If this is true, you can never have more of one type than the other." … [Read more...] about Identity-Switching Neutrinos Could Reveal Why We Exist At All. But Can We Find Them?
"See them aliens"The real Project Blue Book ended decades ago, but public fascination with UFOs still runs high; in September 2019, more than 1.5 million people RSVP'd to a sketchy-sounding festival in Rachel, Nevada, called "Storm Area 51" (also called "Alien Stock") with the intent of breaching the perimeter of Area 51 to "see them aliens," Live Science previously reported. (Only a few thousand people actually showed up, and there was no gate-storming and no aliens in sight, according to Vox.) … [Read more...] about Were Alien Secrets Hidden in Roswell and Area 51? ‘Project Blue Book’ UFO Hunters Investigate.
While most of the report sounds like mothers and fathers want their children to cut down on gaming time, 70 percent of parents said they believe video games can have positive impacts on teens, though they didn’t say what these were. We know that other studies have shown playing games can improve educational skills and help create friendships. … [Read more...] about Almost 9 out of 10 parents think their kids spend too much time gaming, but 70% believe it has a positive impact
Why it matters: Given the joy and rewarding experience of playing video games, the idea of making them inclusive and accessible for people with disabilities is one worth encouraging. The most recent example of which comes from Jersey, where a dad spent his weekend tinkering and soldering bits to Microsoft's Xbox Adaptive Controller so his daughter with special needs could enjoy Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Rory Steel got a Nintendo Switch for his daughter at Christmas, who like many other kids (and adults), loves Zelda: Breath of the Wild. However, Ava has a condition called HSP, that limits her motor controls and speech, thereby hindering her ability to explore Zelda's complex world using the Switch's Joy-Cons. … [Read more...] about Dad modifies Xbox Adaptive Controller to let his daughter play Zelda: Breath of the Wild