Experiment with Milk, Food Coloring and Soap

A friend and I saw a video on YouTube of someone trying this experiment and decided to try it for ourselves.

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If you would like to try this experiment this is what you need: Continue reading

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Geminid Meteor Shower

Geminid Shower
Credit: Space.com

Last night a friend and I were riding around trying to find something worth doing. As we were doing this I noticed two shooting stars, which is very uncommon. Then as we kept a closer eye on the sky we were seeing about one every minute. I knew that it had to of been some kind of meteor shower. As we were sitting there looking up at the sky I pulled out my phone to see if we were seeing something that was supposed to be there. Sure enough what we were watching was a annual meteor shower, called Geminid, named after Gemini the twins. We started watching it about 3:30 and then around 4:30 it slowed down. What a pleasant surprise! The peak nights were last night and tonight so be sure to look tomorrow night! To find out more about the Geminid showers visit Space.com.

Be sure to check out Space.com’s page about Space Tourism and sign up for a possible fully sponsored mission to space at MissiontoSpace.org.

How To: Solve a Rubiks Cube

Have you ever wanted to know how to solve a rubiks cube? Check out these videos, that explain exactly how to do it:

Free Trip to Space?

Wouldn’t that be a nice concept? I think it would.

The whole point of creating this entry was to share something I found the other day about a possible fully sponsored mission to space. Go to MissiontoSpace.org to find out more.

I remember being fascinated by space and the thought of traveling into space since I was little. I would wonder what was out there. My parents bought a program where you could enter your location and see the stars as you could see them outside. You could find the constellations you could see that time of the year. We use to use the program and figure out where we could see the constellations outside, and try to find them.  I remember seeing the extraordinary pictures from the Eagle Nebula and Swan Nebula that were sent back to us from the Hubble Telescope (see below for images). After watching the movie Contact, staring Jodie Foster and Matthew McConaughey, I pondered if I had the chance to go into space would I take it. The answer was: of course, I think it would be the most amazing experience! I hope that Sameer Sugwekar will find a way to make this possible and I could be a possible candidate to be on the trip. Visit the site and join the groups to help this be a success! 

 Eagle Nebula    Swan Nebula

Christmas Lights

I came upon this looking on YouTube the other day and found it amazing that families who put up Christmas lights every year have easy access to technology like this. I think everything about synchronized lighting to music is incredible. Take a look.

If you find this interesting there is a site, called ControlTheShow.com, which let’s the viewers from all around the world control the lights on the house however they want to and see the transformation. This is also benefiting the Ronald McDonald House. For more infomation: click here.