Because a donut is like a mug but not like a pretzel!
Fan favorites win the Nobel. Britain’s Peter Higgs and Belgium’s François Englert won the Nobel Prize in Physics for predicting the existence of the Higgs boson, the so-called God particle that explains why elementary matter has mass.
In a perfect world, all children would have at least one teacher this special. Jeffrey Wright uses wacky experiments to teach children about the universe, but it is his own personal story that teaches them the true meaning of life. A now
Newstalgia Reference Room - a lecture, given at the University of Colorado in 1961 by Philosopher and Physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer who was closely associated with the discovery and development of the Atomic Bomb.
(Niels Bohr - Physics owes a lot . . .so does the Atom for that matter) Tonights Gallimaufry features an address by Niels Bohr from Copenhagen Denm
(guest blogged by Howie Klein) I have to admit I was never a big fan of Queen, a band that always seemed to lack enough spontaneity to seem even huma
Foes of Evolution Set Sights on New Target: Gravity If a group of concerned parents gets its way, high school physics students may soon be required