UNEXPECTED POWER SOURCE: When it comes to phone batteries, you probably have wished for them to keep their charge. Well, coming up on Good Day Oregon, we'll tell you what common item scientists say may be able to help power your phone. Watch at 8:25 a.m.
ESO Director General welcomed #Armenia President and his delegation at our HQ. Armenian scientists are working @CTA_Observatory , the southern component of which will be hosted at ESO's Paranal observatory. https://t.co/FVGkcJAipm Credit: @ESO /M. Zamani
From the archives: String theory, the multiverse and other ideas of modern physics are potentially untestable. At a historic meeting in Munich, scientists and philosophers asked: should we trust them anyway? https://t.co/fVTeyOx2mY
World-renowned climate scientists have warned us. We either act now to radically combat climate change or we will face major global climate catastrophes. We can no longer make excuses — we need to fight to preserve our future.
Scientists & engineers launched “InSight” from Earth (a moving platform) across 300million miles to arrive where Mars (a moving target) will be seven months later, landing safely to do geophysics at the Martian equator. And you have a problem listening to us about climate change?
Scientists warn that constant fear and anger are bad for our health, while being compassionate and warm-hearted contributes to our physical and mental well-being. Therefore, just as we observe physical hygiene to stay well, we need to cultivate a kind of emotional hygiene too.
As a human being I’m aware that we are all physically, mentally and emotionally the same and we all want to live a happy life. Scientists say our basic nature is compassionate. It’s clear that love and affection bring people together.