Since posting about the possibility of powering Canadian metropolitans with solar energy, we received lots of positive feedback as well as one resounding question, what’s the deal with these solar roads? We see it on the news, with tech giants introducing solar pathways and roadways onto their campuses. But are they feasible to power an [...] Read More The post Driving on Sunshine: An Analysis of Solar Roads appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
Treating and finding a cure for cancer is a multi-billion dollar industry. The chances of you getting cancer in your lifetime is around 1 in 3 (depending on where you live and your lifestyle), and your chances of dying from cancer is approximately 1 in 5 (again depending on where you live and your lifestyle). [...] Read More The post Big Pharma’s Big Cover Up? A Look At The Rife Machine As A Cure For…
The children are back in school; Pumpkin Spice has returned to local coffee shops. It’s already September, which means Fall (or Autumn depending on your preference) is on its way here. And I will be the first to admit that I am a stereotypical female, Fall is my favourite time of year. It’s not because [...] Read More The post The Colours of the Wind: The Chemistry of Fall appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
It’s that time of the year again, the kids are heading back to school. It only seems fitting to take time to talk science classes. We all know biology, chemistry, physics, and the like, but what about the fields of nosology and telmatology. So today’s post we will be looking at the ABC’s of Biology. [...] Read More The post The ABC’s of Biology appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
*Schrodinger’s Cat has not received any compensation this review/feature. The thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are completely our own.* If you are in the Edmonton, Alberta area, and you’re looking to add a little science to your day, check out the Telus World of Science with its feature exhibit (on from now to [...] Read More The post Schrodi Out & About: Telus World of Science Edmonton appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
Yesterday marked International Mosquito Day. And if you are like me, mosquitos are the worst insect on Earth, and possibly the worst part of Summer. The whining buzz, the super itchy bites, the giant welts, and the diseases that they may be carrying. It’s enough to make anyone camping, out on the water or at [...] Read More The post Mosquito Misery appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
Wildfires are roaring across much of Western North America. British Columbia has declared a province-wide state of emergency. Whether you are on evacuation alert or a couple of provinces or states away from the fires, the fact that these fires are occurring is inescapable, because the smoke is EVERYWHERE. With all the smoke in the [...] Read More The post Breath of Fresh Air appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
There are two types of people in this world. Left-handed people and right-handed people. Yesterday marked International Left-Handed Day. But what determines whether a person ends up being right-handed or left-handed? Is it genetics, an acquired trait, or something else? In today’s post, we will be looking into why you ended either left-handed or right-handed. [...] Read More The post Left-Handed, Right-Handed appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
The launch of the Parker Solar Probe is not the only astronomical event that is happening this weekend. On the nights of August 11 to 12 and 12 to 13, the Perseid Meteor Shower will be lighting up the night sky. Today’s post we will be discussing all you need to know about the Perseid [...] Read More The post The Ultimate Guide to the Perseid Meteor Shower 2018 appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
In the early morning hours on August 11, 2018, a United Launch Delta IV-Heavy is expected to launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, carrying a space probe that is a first of its kind and is more than 50 years in the making. The Parker Solar Probe. It is the hope that with this [...] Read More The post Shooting For The Star: Looking at the Parker Solar Probe appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.