Nothing is more soothing after a long, stressful day than settling in with a nice cup of tea. However, it’s important to know where your tea is coming from. But is it really that important? Isn’t all tea the same? Not so according to recent studies conducted by CBC News, Greenpeace, and Glaucus Research. Your [...] Read More The post Cuppa Poison? appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
With how busy our everyday lives can get, it’s quite easy to forget about what is going on around us, let alone what is going on above us. But over the past week and a bit, there have been many stunning discoveries in Space. Today’s post offers a quick recap of some phenomenal discoveries. Juno [...] Read More The post A Beautiful Week In Space appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
To date, one of the most popular posts we’ve released is Schrodinger’s Cat’s Quick Guide to Climate Change. And we couldn’t be more thrilled about all the interest in this very important issue that we are facing (I personally am excited about all the interest because climate change science is an area of science that [...] Read More The post The ABCs of Climate Science appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
Halloween is just around the corner and with that everyone has begun celebrating their favourite ghouls and goblins, whether it’s dressing up like them or binge-watching their favourite horror movies. Modern horror movies, otherwise known as psychological thrillers, can be quite easily explained, with or without by science. Whether the killer is psychologically disturbed or seeking [...] Read More The post Dissecting Frankenstein’s Monster appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
It’s not that often these days that you hear of a new sighting of an animal. But a group of scientists have discovered an animal off the coast of Antarctica, that has only ever been seen in the tropical waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Not only is it rather bizarre looking, but it has [...] Read More The post It Came From The Deep: The Headless Chicken Monster appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
You know it’s Autumn when the birds take to the sky and begin their migration South. Sure the older birds have done the route before, and they may guide the younger ones. But how did they figure it out in the beginning, and what about those that don’t have any veteran birds to guide the [...] Read More The post The Great Avian Migration appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
*In this post, we discuss some science apps that are our favourites, and bonus, they are FREE. We have not received any compensation (in the form of money or any other considerations) from anyone regarding featuring and our opinions of these apps. These are our honest opinions, based on actual apps that we do use.* [...] Read More The post 7 Science Apps That You Need On Your Phone appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
It’s that time of year once again, at least in Canada. Next Monday marks Thanksgiving, and as many look forward to the upcoming Monday off, spending the day off, and even the delicious feast, we, here at Schrodinger’s Cat, want to set the record straight with the well-known turkey coma. That’s right; there’s no such [...] Read More The post Turkey Coma: Fact or Scapegoat? appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
Today is World Dream Day, and whether you dream of flying, or spending time on gorgeous white sand beaches, dreaming is a natural function of the human brain that happens every night whether you remember your dreams or not. So today’s post, we will discuss how and why we dream, as well as what happens [...] Read More The post The Not-So-Secret Side of Dream Science appeared first on Schrodinger's Cat.
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.