There is no dog

When I was in high school, I loved science class. I was fascinated with all the cool things that the teacher was telling us. I loved it more than math. If computers didn’t get in the way, I would have probably turned out to be a scientist. I’ve always found it fascinating when they discovery […]

Fast forward to the past

The concept of time traveling is not new to most. Anyone who grew up in the 80’s knows about the ‘Back to the Future’ movies. This movie was a great movie and it caught my attention right away. This movie was probably what made me interested into science in the first place. I was fairly […]

More shooting stars

There were a lot of stars out tonight. As usual, the big dipper was visual. You don’t get to see too many stars out in the night sky due to the amount of city lights. But tonight, I caught a glimpse of a shooting star. And not just one shooting star either, a few of […]

Peltier Experiment

What you are seeing in the picture is the start of a project that I’m currently working on. The purpose of the project is to make a miniature air conditioner, at least that’s what the final product is supposed to be. In the picture, you can see the main components of the project, a power […]

Deep impact

On July 4, 2005 at approximately 1:52am a space craft, code named “Deep Impact” launched its impactor on a collision course with Comet Tempel 1. This event took place near Spica in the constellation Virgo. If you’re not into astronomy, Virgo would be somewhere in the southwestern sky, roughly in the same area as the […]