Futurism and Science Blog Posts

  • Technology Re-Releasing...Deja Vu, Anyone?
    on Nov 12, 2013
    With 2014 on the doorstep and myself back and alive to blog at my discretion, after a rather winded attempt to advert for the blog a bit and yadda yadda,  we have some goodies slated to hit the store shelved in 2014, only I noticed that some of...
  • Science and Math resources
    on Aug 22, 2013
    These links will be good resources for self learning in sciences, and a good read for the new or advanced scientists (or geeks) alike.The /sci/ guideMIT has courses for free, however they don't really have a starting point, I will link them, however.
  • NASA Slated To Utilize New Xenon ION Engine
    on Aug 20, 2013
    NASA blows away the traditional combustion and chemical engines of previous decades, and presents the new Xenon Ion Engine. Glowing with an electric blue jet of photons, the Xenon can change the way in which space-faring craft navigate. Ion engines a...
  • The giant Magellan telescope
    on Jul 28, 2013
    The largest telescope ever is being created in Chile, and its deadline is slated for 2020, roughly the time man should be on Mars. At 80 feet in diameter, it will be extremely powerful, and have one of the best locations on Earth, for a nice one-two...
  • The Elusive 'True' Color of The Moon
    on Jul 21, 2013
    When we look up at the sky at night, when visible, we see the dull or light gray color of the Moon, darkened with rays and craters about its surface almost like deep oceans and trenches, and at night, we see a yellow tint washed over the surface. We...
  • Firma- Another update
    on Jul 17, 2013
    Just got off the phone with the Vancouver, Canada, based company. They were very friendly and helpful, being small and family owned so far. They are extending more into the United States, and are releasing  new  items soon, such a...
  • Graphene- The worlds strongest material
    on Jul 17, 2013
    Graphene is a super strong substance, and even in thin sheets can resist heavy weight and damage. Graphene is a form of carbon, which is very light and strong, and has the potential for many uses. So far, these are predicted uses:Cool electronics dow...
  • FIRMA Energywear update
    on Jul 14, 2013
    The previous article posted on the FIRMA company provided a link to the site itself, which helpfully describes all of the technology and benefits associated with wearing the clothing. Upon some further digging, I have only seen pure positive regard t...
  • NASA is building a massive rocket.
    on Jul 12, 2013
    NASA is building a new rocket that will take humans to Mars and deep space asteroids. This is exciting news! We are moving on from rovers to having humans in the stars.Thoughts?http://www.nasa.gov/centers/marshall/news/news/releases/2013/13-080.html#...
  • The power of water
    on Jul 12, 2013
    This was about two weeks ago, so I don't have all the details.  Scientists in California have made the worlds most powerful laser. Instead of using this massive laser (Which burns through metal) to, well, burn things, they boiled water with...
  • FIRMA Energywear- Blake Smith
    on Jul 12, 2013
    The link provided leads you to an amazing technology actively on sale and production known as, well, look at the title. In short, there are incredible health benefits of wearing this highly advanced clothing, all of which you can find provided within...
  • Welcome to a point further in time.
    on Jul 12, 2013
    This blog is about a mixture of science, and imagination. We can predict what the future will hold, the technologies,  discoveries, and what we may meet. A fun part about thinking ahead- it  hasn't  happened yet, and thi...
  • Spray-On Clothing Redefines Fashion, Art, and Practicality- Blake Smith
    on Jul 12, 2013
        Early last year (2012), chemists resurfaced a technology that had already been toyed with years ago; spray-on clothing and fabrics. As funny as it may sound, such a development is now at the cusp of commercial accessibility, presented b...