In space, no-one can hear you impregnate a planet.
Researchers at the University of Bern recently published a study which revealed that prebiotic chemicals, glycerine and phosphorus, were discovered in the Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet. While it might not sound like a sexy result, this study is actually evidence of panspermia: the theory that life was transferred to Earth through objects like asteroids, meteoroids, and comets.Read More
Spoiler Alert! But only for season one of Agent Carter.
One of my favorite details about season one of Agent Carter was Peggy’s life in a women’s residence, and clearly, I was not the only one. One of the most commonly retumbled gifs features a conversation in the dining hall about stealing food. What you may not know is this: women’s residences, while not as numerous as they once were, still exist. I lived at a women’s residence in New York City, not unlike Peggy and Angie.Read More
Guys, I'm having feels about one of Agent Carter's new characters.
Agent Carter comes back on the 19th, and the thing I am most excited to see is Ana Jarvis. In this promo, you can briefly see Ana, played by Lotte Verbeek, who I loved as Gellis Duncan on Outlander, but to explain why I am so excited to see Ana, I have to quote a certain movie adage: This time, it’s personal.Read More
We talk to a group of fans making a love letter to the indie game.
Let's Voice Undertale is a fandub of the beloved indie game Undertale...Even though Let's Voice Undertale has not yet released its first episode, they are already breaking the Internet: their call for voice actors crashed castingcallclub's servers, and the website was forced to rewrite their code. I spoke to them about the project and their love of video games and voice actors.Read More
Those are the best feels you can get.
The show is pretty much what it says on the tin: it covers (sometimes still-developing) space exploration tech. The show's host, Emily Calandrelli, is herself a scientist and known for her well-received TedTalk, “I Don’t Do Math.”Read More
Lara Callender Hogan, a senior engineering manager at Etsy, has recently released her book on web design, with all proceeds going to women-in-STEM organizations.Read More