“The James Webb Space Telescope is about to be LAUNCHED INTO SPACE. Once it’s there, it will see much farther into the depths of the universe than we have ever seen before, giving us a look at what’s happened out there billions of year ago!”
It was supposed to launch on Saturday morning but may be delayed again due to some technical issues.
Assuming its launch and deployment are successful, It’s going to be an incredible device in the coming decades.
“Po-Shen Loh is a Hertz Foundation Fellow and Carnegie Mellon mathematics professor who thinks that history is a much harder subject than math. Do you agree? Well, your position on that might change before and after this video.”
“A poetic interlude between a reality and an abstraction, this experimental short was produced by artists from Pixar’s Effects team, working in collaboration to create a startlingly original piece of filmmaking.”
It appears to be a 10% virtual depiction of the effects of climate change.
“When Edwin Land’s daughter asked why she couldn’t see a photograph immediately after it was taken, inspiration struck. Learn how this prolific inventor polarized light and made every camera user an amateur film developer in this episode.”
“COVID-19 mRNA vaccines deliver directions to make a protein that educates our immune system, so it will neutralize the virus in future encounters. The mRNA-containing lipid particles are taken up by specialized immune system cells.”
One of the clearest, most succinct descriptions of how the MRNA vaccines work to prevent COVID-19 infection.