Remember that kid in college who would always raise their hand to "correct" the professor on a detail that wasn't really related to the overall lesson? deGrasse Tyson is like that.
The last time Ridley Scott and The Martian author Andy Weir teamed up, they managed to score a box office hit, a Golden Globe, and some prime Neil DeGrasse Tyson endorsement time. (Also, a bunch of accusations of whitewashing, although...Show More Summary
Last year, Neil deGrasse Tyson tweeted this amusing thought: An airplane whose engine fails is a glider. A helicopter whose engine fails is a brick.It makes sense on the surface. If a helicopter's main rotor blade just stops spinning,...Show More Summary
People who question or disagree with a scientific theory often have a hard time proving the theory is wrong, and if they want their proof to resonate with the internet community they must put the proof on video. So when Destin Sandlin,...Show More Summary
You know that crazy clip of Indians shortstop Jose Ramirez kicking his helmet backwards... only for it to magically reappear and smack him back in the head?? Turns out, it's not really that magical... it's physics -- so says astrophysicist…
In news that would make Neil deGrasse Tyson straight up puke, Kaley Cuoco acknowledged to Stephen Colbert that, yeah, the cast of The Big Bang Theory is basically just repeating their science-y dialogue like a bunch of well-paid parrots with amazing skin. They don’t actually know what any of means ... More »
Every year the sun aligns perfectly with the city's grid on four separate occasions, an event first named and noticed by super intelligent human Neil deGrasse Tyson. It is nature's gift to New York City, a testament to our smart grid system, and an obsession of Instagrammers (née photographers). Show More Summary
Bill Nye is a millennial nostalgia heartthrob, and Neil deGrasse Tyson is a Twitter king — but they're also where many Americans' everyday exposure to science ends. Because we're facing a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)...Show More Summary
The ID in question would be computer simulation. Still.....Here.
Neil deGrasse Tyson and Rascal Flatts are also coming to the area soon.
Smarter Every Day’s Destin Sandlin takes on a tweet by Neil deGrasse Tyson in which he stated that a stalled helicopter would land like a brick. Destin and pilots Brad and Gerry Friesen not only put their lives on the line to test this, but prove that nobody is right 100% of the time.
Smarter Every Day host Destin Sandlin recently strapped himself into a falling helicopter to prove Neil deGrasse Tyson wrong. In a tweet to comedian Chuck Nice, Dr. Tyson said that, “A helicopter whose engine fails is a brick.” @chucknicecomic FYI: An airplane whose engine fails is a glider. A helicopter whose engine fails is a brick. — […]
Leilani Munter joins Neil deGrasse Tyson on Star Talk Radio to talk about racing, solar power, and dolphins. Continue reading Leilani Munter tells Neil deGrasse Tyson green racing is no paradox Leilani Munter tells Neil deGrasse Tyson green racing is no paradox originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 26 Apr 2016 14:43:00 EST. Show More Summary
And horror directors Jen & Sylvia Soska take his place.
The truth is still way out there
In today’s Tweet Beat, Neil deGrasse Tyson loves the Earth, Ice T is fiscally responsibly and Cher had a great night. Read more...
Neil deGrasse Tyson is known for being a wise astrophysicist, cosmologist, author... and very opinionated Twitter user. Naturally, the man had many thoughts and feelings about Earth Day, so he strapped on his Kanye West Twitter fingers...Show More Summary
You are trapped in the world of the popular TV astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, where everything is hollow, meaningless, and mercilessly dull. The post Neil deGrasse Tyson Is a Black Hole, Sucking the Fun Out of the Universe appeared first on WIRED.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson hosted a debate at which he and several other scientists expressed support for the idea that we live in a computer simulation.