China’s and USA’s plans to divert asteroid

We're all looking at an asteroid named Bennu. Bennu is believed to be from the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, but has diverted its course due to sunlight, gravitational pull, and its own expulsions. Bennu is pretty cool, with NASA collecting a sample from the asteroid and bringing it back to Earth. On Monday,... Continue Reading →

What We SHOULD Have Done

It's been almost a year since we last posted. We SHOULD have been all over the true science of COVID and vaccines. We SHOULD have been all over the Perseverance Mars landing and the Integrity drone flights. ( We SHOULD have commented on the Suez Canal ship blockage since Young is a steersman on barges.... Continue Reading →

Nanotech Curing Cancer

We love to write about Nanotechnology and in the Sci-Fi world, it can do anything. Here are some nanos actually fighting cancer! The nanoparticle, called a spherical nucleic acid (SNA), is a globular form of DNA that can easily enter and stimulate immune cells. Your body then produces T-cells that attack the cancer all by... Continue Reading →

Your Speech May Indicate if You Have Covid-19

Researchers at MIT Lincoln Laboratory are developing ways for technology to predict the presence of Covid-19 from analyzing speech sounds undetectable to the human ear. They found that 'biomarkers derived from vocal system coordination can indicate the presence of COVID-19.' When we speak, our vocal system works together to create the necessary air flow and... Continue Reading →

Ghosts or just the Unexplained Universe?

Could new research in Quantum mechanics help us understand ghosts? Researchers have seen quantum fluctuations "kick" large objects such as mirrors, moving them by a tiny degree but one big enough to measure.The movements are the result of the way the universe is structured, when seen at the level of quantum mechanics: researchers describe it... Continue Reading →


What we are talking about is not the teleportation you are thinking of, where you think about going to Fiji and suddenly you are. Remember those CubeSats we send up and had the ISS release? Well one of them was working on Quantum Entanglement. In this case, a small CubeSat satellite, appropriately called SpooQy-1, was... Continue Reading →

First Crime in Space?

Anne McClain, who was supposed to be on the very first all-female spacewalk in March 2019 alongside astronaut Christina Koch, was denied the opportunity when it was canceled due to NASA’s lack of medium-sized spacesuits. McClain took her first spacewalk on March 22, with Nick Hague and her first All-female walk was finally made on... Continue Reading →

#SFFiction – Interview with Ben Warden

One of Hawk's entries won publication in the 2020 edition of #SFFiction, seen here. Click the link to get your copy. Ben Warden accepted our offer of an interview. We are so excited! Q. What is sffiction? A. SFFiction stands for Serious Flash Fiction. It's an annual flash fiction competition, exclusive to Twitter, challenging people... Continue Reading →

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