Curiosity Killed the Cat

…But Satisfaction Brought It Back

  • Veritasium look into different ideas on what could go faster than light? Are they feasible?

  • Just look up, says Gavin Pretor-Pinney, founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society. As he shares charming photos of nature's finest aerial architecture, Pretor-Pinney calls for us all to take a step off the digital treadmill, lie back and admire the beauty in the sky above.

  • The Infinite Hotel, a thought experiment created by German mathematician David Hilbert, is a hotel with infinite rooms.

  • You don't have to be great to start,but you have to start to be great. - Zig Zigler.

  • Gunnar Carlsson writes about how machines can classify and recognize shape through the use of homology or Betti numbers.

  • I've been puzzled many times on how quick some people seem to come to the conclusion "Impossible!".

  • How will innovation in healthcare affect jobs?

  • Have you ever thought, "Why can't you think more like me?". A case where informed discrimination may be useful, by Ed Bernacki.

  • Richard Dawkins foundation Video by Dr.Michael Shermer (Founding Publisher of Skeptic magazine) Discussing a 'Baloney Detection Kit' inspired by Carl Sagan.

  • Ford is working with MIT, Stanford to build "common sense" into self-driving cars.

  • Rare events that change the course of history.

  • Let's not live too cautiously. By Alexa Doncsecz in Failure Inc.

  • President Obama's Science and Technology Advisor, Dr. John Holdren, explains the polar vortex in 2 minutes—and why climate change makes extreme weather more likely going forward.

  • A research project from Utrecht University show how you can simulate how muscles are build up based on traits of the environment and optimal speed.

    Researchers: Thomas Geijtenbeek, Michiel van de Panne, A. Frank van der Stappen