The 50th anniversary of the 140-foot NRAO Green Bank, West Virginia telescope was held on October 13, 2015. What was it all about? Why was it historic?
Will global warming cause the Earth to flip over? One climatologist believes so – even though he doesn’t believe in global warming.
Sometimes it’s interesting to look at why things don’t happen, as well as why they do. So why is Florida apparently so invulnerable to earthquakes?
The puzzling daily advance of sunrise after the solstice has a simple explanation. Our orbit around the sun is eccentric – it’s not a perfect circle.
Decoded Science ‘interviews’ a famous scientist who claims to be able to refute the evidence of climate change.
A complicated weather pattern makes the forecast tricky. But Winter Storm Vicky could be the most intense of the season.
The Big Game of 2014 will be in New York, on February 2, will the winter weather be a problem for the football players at Super Bowl XLVIII?
Another of today’s Christmas staples, “Santa Claus,” is a conglomeration of “St. Nicholas,” the characters in Odin’s tales, and tradition.
What are the origins of Snowmen? The odd round snow sculptures aren’t associated with a religious message, but remain a fixture during the winter holidays.
Christmas gifts are another staple of the Holiday Season – why do we spend huge sums of money every year on wrapping material objects in paper and bows?