Science and Technology

The Galapagos Islands and their Wildlife

Let’s play a little game, shall we? What is the first thing you think of when you hear the word ‘Island?’ Probably you picture a place like Hawaii, or the Bahamas. Long, sandy beaches, palm trees, and probably surrounded by tropical forests. I want to picture yourself walking down the beach on your imaginary, ideal […]

Solar Eclipse

by Will Thompson First off, every science lover and stargazer is excited about August twenty-first, right? Total solar eclipses are uncommon, and when one does happen, its only visible to a select region, and only for a few minutes usually. The news is reporting that there will be interstates almost stopped up with traffic in […]

You May Have Missed the Most Technologically Advanced Automobile

There is a car company that many people have ignored and continue to not take seriously. In 2013, it won Motor Trend Magazine’s Car of the Year. Despite this, in 2015, a prominent Bank of American-Merrill Lynch predicted it to collapse. Since then, the company has gone on to produce the most technologically advanced automobiles […]

iOS 11: The Cool New Updates Expected To Come Out This Fall

This past summer marked the 10th anniversary of the iPhone’s original release. It certainly revolutionized the cellphone industry, Apple isn’t done revamping its masterpiece yet. Apple’s latest announcement of iOS 11 is the biggest leap forward since the iPhone 6 and iPad Pro. In fact, iOS 11, once released, will be available on both devices. […]

The History of the iPhone

January 9, 2007 is a day that has forever changed the technology industry. While I was alive and in kindergarten, like most, I don’t personally remember that day. The day itself wasn’t dramatic like 9/11, but without it, we certainly wouldn’t be where we are today. That was the day of Steve Job’s keynote address […]

Mission Terraformation

Mission Terraformation

It’s just another day, you’re talking home from school, backpack slung over one shoulder. The birds are singing, the sun is overhead, the trees are swaying gently in the breeze. The neighborhood you are walking through has houses lining the street, and some people are milling about. You pass a man walking his dog, a […]

Leopard Gecko

Leopard Gecko

A few things that make the leopard gecko different from most geckos are the following: they have true eyelids, they have claws on their feet instead of suction cups, and live up to 30 years. Like alligators, if their eggs are incubated at 92 degrees Fahrenheit most babies will be males, but when incubated at […]