Wednesday Wanderings: Newspaper Sculpture, Toxic Ocean Lake, Ancient Greek Mosaics, and Jupiter

Ever wonder if something other than recycling or composting could be done with old newspapers? Here's your answer: Newspaper Sculpture There is a "lake" in the Gulf of Mexico that you won't want to swim in. (Yeah, the head is kinda click bait-y but I thought it was interesting, anyway): Lake in the Sea Archaeologists … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Newspaper Sculpture, Toxic Ocean Lake, Ancient Greek Mosaics, and Jupiter

Wednesday Wanderings: Time Crystals, Jupiter, Boston Light Turns 300, and Well, You’ll See

There's a fair bit in here that I don't understand fully, because, well, physics is┬áhard. But it's an interesting idea and it proves there is still a lot to learn out there: Time Crystals Here are images of Jupiter's North and South poles taken by the Juno spacecraft: Jupiter's Poles America's first lighthouse turns 300: … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Time Crystals, Jupiter, Boston Light Turns 300, and Well, You’ll See

Wednesday Wanderings: Juno Arrives at Jupiter, Batman v. Superman, Jumping Through the Earth, and GPS Signal Twinkles

Yesterday, the Juno spacecraft arrived at its destination: Jupiter. Looking forward to some really awesome photos and information as it runs through its mission: Juno Spacecraft I am (as most who know me are aware) a Marvel Comics fan, and not so much a DC fan. Not that I think there's anything fundamentally wrong with … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Juno Arrives at Jupiter, Batman v. Superman, Jumping Through the Earth, and GPS Signal Twinkles