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Sean Carroll is a physicist at JPL and the author of many popular, smart books about physics for a lay audience; his weekly Mindscape podcast is a treasure-trove of incredibly smart, fascinating discussions with people from a wide variety of backgrou...

Caltech theoretical physicist Sean Carroll, author of Something Deeply Hidden: Quantum Worlds and the Emergence of Spacetime, explains the concept of a "dimensions" at five different levels of complexity. Dr. Carroll sure has a big brane. Read the re...

A favorite kitchen chemistry (and physics) experiment of kids (and adults), Ooblek is the weird result of mixing cornstarch with water. Now, MIT engineers have developed a mathematical model that can predict and simulate how the non-Newtonian fluid s...

Are you the person who parks in the first open space you find, or the person who tries to find the space closest to where you’re going? Turns out both of these methods are inefficient ways of navigating a parking lot—and there’s a mathematicall...

Ah, damn, Terry Bradshaw’s talking again, and saying some words. At halftime during tonight’s Monday Night Football game, ESPN aired a preview of Peyton Manning’s NFL history web show, this one for an episode on the Steelers’ “Immaculate Re...

Making a solar hot-dog oven is a science fair standby, but JohnW539's CNC-milled Sundogger Instructable really digs into the classroom portion, drawing on the creator's experience as a physics/astronomy/computer science prof at Middle Tennessee State...

It’s a thought I am 100 percent certain you have all considered at some point. Guns use a big explosion to shoot a bullet REALLY fast, so why don’t we use the awesome power behind a speeding bullet to make a car go as fast as, well, a speeding bu...