Wednesday Wanderings: SETI Uses Artificial Intelligence To Track Radio Bursts, Corpse Flower to Bloom, and Pluto Should Be a Planet

It doesn't mean there is intelligent life out there, but these learning networks are helping scientists track and explore signals from other galaxies: SETI It's cool that it's rare and going to bloom years ahead of schedule, but I'm kinda glad this isn't in my garden: Corpse Flower Set to Bloom Some scientists are saying … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: SETI Uses Artificial Intelligence To Track Radio Bursts, Corpse Flower to Bloom, and Pluto Should Be a Planet

Wednesday Wanderings: Weird Planet with Auroras, Grain Free May Not Be Good for Your Dog, Duck with Many, Many Ducklings, and Metalheads On the Run

This rogue planet has an incredible magnetic field and some other unique qualities: Rogue Planet A lot of study needs to still be done, but it looks like "grain free" foods may not be good for your dog. It's not that dogs need grain, it seems they don't need the fillers being substituted and those … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Weird Planet with Auroras, Grain Free May Not Be Good for Your Dog, Duck with Many, Many Ducklings, and Metalheads On the Run

Wednesday Wanderings: Toy Car You Can Own, Water on Mars, Weasel Halts Physics Research, and Wine Needle

It didn't quite work out as planned, but that could be your good luck (if you have an extra $32,000 laying around, that is): Toy Car We now know a lot more about the flowing water on Mars, and it is pretty fascinating stuff: Water on Mars Oh, those wascally weasels (and do click on … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Toy Car You Can Own, Water on Mars, Weasel Halts Physics Research, and Wine Needle

Wednesday Wanderings: No Aliens to Contact?, New Fairytales, Our Ninth Planet (Maybe), and Studying the Mid-Atlantic Ridge Volcanos

Is this the reason we haven't been able to contact any alien races? Aliens 500 new fairytales have been found in Germany: Fairy Tales Oceanographers are set to study part of the 40,000 mile long mid-ocean ridges: Mid-Ocean Ridges Is there a ninth planet in our solar system? Astronomers think there may be: Ninth Planet … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: No Aliens to Contact?, New Fairytales, Our Ninth Planet (Maybe), and Studying the Mid-Atlantic Ridge Volcanos

Wednesday Wanderings: The Planet That Shouldn’t Be There, Light Up Wizard Hoodie, and Weird Santa Facts

This story is a from a little while ago, but for those Dr. Who fans out there, and after the 50th Anninversary special, it does make you go: Hmmmmm: http://guardianlv.com/2013/12/planet-has-been-discovered-that-should-not-be-there/ This. This is just too freaking cool! A wizard's light up hoodie? Yes, please!: http://bit.ly/1bNw3W0 A few odd (and somewhat disturbing) facts about Santa Claus: … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: The Planet That Shouldn’t Be There, Light Up Wizard Hoodie, and Weird Santa Facts