SpaceX BFR Moon Landing in KSP/Realism Overhaul

Published on Jun 26, 2018

More screenshots and information: MODS: – Realism Overhaul with all recommended mods + Real Solar System – for the BFR: Tundra Exploration, KRE, SSTU + custom textures and configs – rover and base: Pathfinder, KAS/KIS – visuals: RSSVE SCRIPTS: Yes, here you go:… IMPORTANT: I uploaded the scripts because a lot of people asked for them. They are not well documented and certainly not easy to understand. Don’t try to use them if you’re not willing to spend some time with them, the scripts WON’T WORK with your rocket if you don’t unterstand them. MUSIC: Music: Wonders of the Universe OST – Track 10:…

The New Nano Satellite Companies Looking At Everything | Foreign Correspondent

Published on Jun 20, 2017

A new space race is on, as tech companies rush to launch thousands of tiny satellites that will tell us more about what’s happening on our planet than ever before. But will the information be used for good, or for harm?

Ice Age Geology: A Common Thread for Pacific Northwest Agriculture

Published on Jun 12, 2015

Nick Zentner, geologist at Central Washington University, describes the connection between the Ice Age Floods and agriculture (e.g. soil types and structure) as we know it today in eastern Washington and the Pacific Northwest.

The Secrets Of Quantum Physics (Full Astrophysics Documentary) | Spark

Published on Mar 20, 2018

Professor Jim Al-Khalili traces the story of arguably the most important, accurate and yet perplexing scientific theory ever: quantum physics. The story of quantum physics starts at the beginning of the 20th century with scientists trying to better understand how light bulbs work. This simple question soon led scientists deep into the hidden workings of matter, into the sub-atomic building blocks of the world around us. Here they discovered phenomena unlike any encountered before – a realm where things can be in many places at once, where chance and probability call the shots and where reality appears to only truly exist when we observe it. Albert Einstein hated the idea that nature, at its most fundamental level, is governed by chance. Jim reveals how in the 1930’s, Einstein thought he’d found a fatal flaw in quantum physics. This was not taken seriously until it was tested in the 1960s. Professor Al-Khalili repeats this critical experiment, posing the question does reality really exist, or do we conjure it into existence by the act of observation? Elsewhere, we explore how the most famous law of quantum physics – The Uncertainty Principle – is obeyed by plants and trees as they capture sunlight during the vital process of photosynthesis. Could quantum mechanics explain the greatest mystery in biology – evolution? Content Provided By TVF International. Any Queries Please Contact Us at Subscribe to Spark for more amazing science, tech and engineering videos – Follow us on Facebook: Follow us on Instagram:… #JimAl-Khalili #quantumphysics #Astrophysics #science #technology #engineering #matter #mysteriesoflife #quantummechanics #universe


Creativity is the Key to Everything

A professor at Princeton University once told me I reminded him of Einstein. I was shocked. I said I was nothing like Einstein, and I certainly did not advance society as he did. He then said to me that it was not the subject matter that he was referring to. He said it was my curiosity and that I liked to explore and uncover what made things really tick in my own field. He explained that the key to everything was simply being curious. Without that aspect, we would discover nothing.

There are many studies of geniuses or gifted children. But what many do not realize is that children have also invented things from trampolines to ice pops (see: 10 Great Inventions Dreamt Up By Children).

People often write in to ask what I would recommend for children to study. I believe science is the far better field because you have to actually prove something works. The social sciences are not science at all. They are just like reading fiction. Whatever the subject matter a child may be interested in, supplement them with programming. That is how you understand to read and write. Once you understand a subject matter, then you may be able to code something that changes the world. Encourage their curiosity. As long as they have that trait, then they will be the explorer of worlds for the future.

The First Black Holes has Been Photographed


For many years, there were arguments that Black Holes were nonsense and did not exist. Astronomers have captured the first image of a black hole which has at last settled the debate. The picture taken illustrates a halo of dust and gas, which forms the outline of a huge black hole 55million light years from Earth (see Guardian). This raises hope that one day the Global Warming crowd will be proven wrong that CO2 levels do not create a greenhouse from which the planet will continue in a warming directions until we all drown or are fried to death. They have never heard of cycles and ignore the fact that the Earth has gone through cycles of warming and cooling long before mom drove their kids to soccer matches.

Making Stuff Smaller: A look at high-powered nano-circuits and micro-robots

Published on Aug 22, 2013

Making Stuff Smaller: A look at high-powered nano-circuits and micro-robots


Published on Mar 7, 2019


Interplanetary Nuclear Fusion Rockets, A Mini-Documentary

Published on Jun 3, 2018

Interplanetary Nuclear Fusion Rockets, A Mini-Documentary | AsteronX In the 40’s it was thought that humankind would move out into and conquer space, commercializing it—eventually leading to routine flights around the solar system and even beyond. The science fiction of the day portrayed such a grand and awe-inspiring future, from Buck Rodgers, to Isaac Asimov’s Galactic Empire and Foundation novels, to the German science-fiction series Perry Rhodan—stories that the creators of Star Trek and Star Wars grew up with and were inspired by. As the Star Trek and Star Wars, that we all know and love, were inspired by these stories of atomic-rocketships, if we want a future anything like these loved works of fiction—excluding the faster-than-light drives for moment—we will need atomic propulsion. Part I. The First Fusion Rocket: The Orion Part II. Robert Zubrin’s Nuclear Saltwater Rocket Part III. An Orion Improvement: Mini-Mag Orion Part IV. A Pure-Fusion Design: Project Daedalus Part V. PennState’s ICAN-II: Antimatter-Catalysed Microfission/fusion Part VI. Aneutronic Fusion: Proton-Boron Fusion Part VII. Fusion Around the Corner: Ultra-Dense Deuterium Part VIII. Return to Antimatter-Catalysed Fusion As a final note, let’s supose that a new fusion engine was developed that is capable of taking off from the ground without spraying out deadly neutron radiation. If SpaceX’s BFR were re-designed to utilize such engines, perhaps a manned Mars mission could be achieved sooner… We want to thank & give credit to the following: Our Patrons SpaceX for the use of their image Winchell Chung of Atomic Rockets ( for the use of his information & images Wikipedia for the use of their articles & images NASA for the use of their images & videos for the use of their music: Song – Epic Hero Song – Epic Hero version 2 Song – The Grand Fairytale Adventure Song – Michael Jorns Epic Theme 3 Aleksander Ryszka via for the use of his music: Song – Introduction-full length track Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech for the use of his music: Song – Peaceful Desolation Song – Send for the Horses


SpaceX vs. NASA: Who Will Get to Mars First? | Elon Musk | America Uncovered

Published on Apr 1, 2019

The Space Race is on! And it’s not just between the US and Russia. Could private tech companies like Elon Musk’s SpaceX be the future of space travel? Can SpaceX rockets, like the SpaceX Dragon or Falcon make a moon landing? Or a Mars landing? Buy the MOVA flat earth “globe” before they’re confiscated by NASA: Link: (April Fool’s!) But seriously, buy the real MOVA globe here: Support America Uncovered on and visit us on Facebook!… or Twitter! #nasa #spacex #elonmusk us news moon landing china space