Archive for the ‘physics’ Category

Today, November 6 denotes the celebration of the life and accomplishments of our favorite theoretical physicist, Carl Sagan. I was pretty taken aback when I discovered he has a designated celebratory day, however I’m fairly pleased that he does! For those of you who may not know Carl Sagan, who he was and what makes […]


When I was 18, I began college as an Art major, quickly realizing I was not talented enough and would never be able to make a decent living. Shortly after my third semester I switched to majoring in English when I just got incredibly annoyed with trying to figure out what the author “really meant” […]


If you haven’t yet heard, the Large Hadron Collider has successfully caused a Proton collision at near the speed of light. This is BIG news. This will help bridge the gap between the large scale universe view of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, and the very small world of Quantum Mechanics. More importantly (perhaps) is the […]