Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has a word for those who think Pope Francis shouldn't comment on climate change. The pope released an encyclical, or papal letter, in June that not only affirmed climate change was happening but also...Show More Summary
We all know Neil deGrasse Tyson's stance on Pluto and its status as a planet. But what does the world renowned astrophysicist consider to be the most underrated planet? Produced by Kamelia Angelova, Will Wei, and Alana Kakoyiannis StarTalk...Show More Summary
Neil deGrasse Tyson is a giver. Helga Esteb/Shutterstock Neil deGrasse Tyson, friendly astrophysicist extraordinaire, has informed us via Facebook that the minute of 4:59 p.m. Pacific Time will have 61 seconds in it. Why is this happening!? He explains: Today marks the 26th time a Leap Second will be added to the calendar. Show More Summary
This isn't the first time a scientist has come in defense of the Pope. The post Neil deGrasse Tyson Defends Pope Francis On Climate Change appeared first on ThinkProgress.
We all know how things can spiral out of control if you don’t know how to balance your work and home life. However, perfect balance may not always be necessary. In fact, lacking that balance might just help you come up with more creative solutions to your problems. Read more...
It's called a "leap second" and it will make you acutely aware of your insignificance
Neil deGrasse Tyson thinks people should follow John F. Kennedy’s advice and welcome challenges. In a new podcast interview, the astrophysicist and television host said work-life balance isn’t all it is cracked up to be. He said that...Show More Summary
PBS Idea Channel host Mike Rugnetta explores whether films have a responsibility to be accurate in a recent episode. Rugnetta specifically points to the lack of feathers in Jurassic World as an example. Neil DeGrasse Tyson has made a small game out of decrying the factual inaccuracies of popular movies, but do these noted inaccuracies […]
Tinder might seem like a bizarre topic for a podcast centered around space travel, extra-terrestrial life, and the wonders of the universe. It might seem even more bizarre for famous astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium Neil deGrasse Tyson to be talking about Tinder. Show More Summary
In today’s Tweet Beat, Neil deGrasse Tyson is perfect, Kate Upton has an excellent film idea and Zayn Malik has a new boo. Read more...
When famous astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson had two relationship experts appear on his StarTalk Radio show to discuss the evolution of love and relationships, it's not surprising that the conversation almost immediately turned toShow More Summary
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson told Larry King on Monday that he had no easy answers for dealing with California’s water shortage, but advised Americans to prepare for “more extremes of weather,” fueled by global warming. “When it rains, it’s gonna rain...
Yesterday, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson went on r/Art and welcomed questions about art and science, as well as his own favorite artworks.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson appeared at an Apple event where he seemed to say that the App Store was one of the crowning achievements of civilization. Except that's not actually what he said.
It’s been the dream of countless nerds since at least 1989. We want our hoverboards, and we want them now. But if Neil deGrasse Tyson is to be believed, we’re going to be waiting for a while. Read more...
5. 'Back to the Future' fans, because Neil deGrasse Tyson said we'll never have hoverboards. The scene that doomed an entire generation to crushing disappointment. (via YouTube) If you haven't looked at the Internet in the last 5 years, you might not know that 2015 is the year of "the future" in Back to the Future Part II. Show More Summary
Where we’re going, we don’t need a real hoverboard, never mind an outmoded concept like a road. After all, if Neil deGrasse Tyson is correct, we will have wormhole portals to travel instantly wherever we want, although for some odd reason he claims physics still won’t allow for a Back To The Future hoverboard. Show More Summary
Where we're going, we don't need roads. We need hoverboards. Unfortunately, we might not be getting them after all. In "Back to the Future Part II," Marty McFly's hoverboard goes on water, on land and pretty much everywhere. And with...Show More Summary
If you’re into toys and video games, this is a particularly solid edition of Star Wars Bits. The rest is pretty good too. Below, read about the following: Neil deGrasse Tyson agrees to help on Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One. Amazing images from the original trilogy section of Disney Infinity 3.0 hit the web. Show More Summary