Reginald L. Goodwin promoted Gerrence George's blog post U.S.S. Emmett Till (from hypothetical DS9 season 8
Sep 11
Reginald L. Goodwin promoted Nelo Maxwell's blog post Aniyah the Magician
Sep 11
Reginald L. Goodwin shared their blog post on Facebook
Sep 11
Reginald L. Goodwin shared their blog post on Facebook
Sep 11
Reginald L. Goodwin posted blog posts
Sep 11
Reginald L. Goodwin posted a blog post
Chaotic speckle: a pattern resulting from light being scrambled by a complex medium such as multimode optical fiber. (Courtesy: M Malik and S Goel) Topics: Entanglement, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Optics Natalia Herrera-Valencia and colleagues have…
Sep 10
Reginald L. Goodwin posted a blog post
Image Source: American Physical Society (APS) NewsTopics: Astrophysics, Condensed Matter Physics, Diversity in Science, Women in Science Dr. Joan Feynman was "Surely, You're Joking," Nobel laureate Dr. Richard Feynman's baby sister, and an…
Sep 9
Reginald L. Goodwin posted a blog post
Quantum physics experiment has demonstrated an important step toward achieving quantum cryptography among many users, an essential requirement for a secure quantum Internet. Credit: ÖAW and Klaus Pichler Getty ImagesTopics: Cryptography, Futurism,…
Sep 8
Reginald L. Goodwin posted a blog post
Ruha Benjamin was the featured speaker on the DoSER webinar “Race to the Future? Values and Vision in the Design of Technology and Society.” | courtesy Ruha BenjaminTopics: African Americans, African Studies, Futurism, SociologyTechnology is not…
Sep 7
Reginald L. Goodwin posted a blog post
Image from GoComics.com and SpaceAndTime.com Topics: Civics, Civil Rights, COVID-19, Existentialism, Fascism, Human Rights Public-opinion polling shows that Trump’s low opinion of American elections has practically become Republican Party orthodoxy.…
Sep 4
Reginald L. Goodwin posted a blog post
A 3D illustration of the interstellar object known as ‘Oumuamua. Credit: Getty ImagesTopics: Astrophysics, Space Exploration, Spaceflight‘Oumuamua—a mysterious, interstellar object that crashed through our solar system two years ago—might, in fact,…
Sep 3
Reginald L. Goodwin posted a blog post
The CST-100 Starliner spacecraft to be flown on Boeing’s Orbital Flight Test (OFT) is viewed Nov. 2, 2019, while undergoing launch preparations inside the Commercial Crew and Cargo Processing Facility at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Credits:…
Sep 2
Reginald L. Goodwin posted a blog post
A picture of an electrical current in graphene (marked by the red outline) showing a fluid-like flow imaged using a diamond-based quantum sensor. The grey portion is where the metal electrical contacts prevented collection of data. Courtesy:…
Sep 1
Reginald L. Goodwin posted a blog post
Reflective markers are attached to blue 3D-printed apparatus above and below the user’s knee as well as two metal plates on the exoskeleton leg. Researchers track and compare the movement of the markers to gain insight into how well the exoskeletons…
Aug 31
Reginald L. Goodwin posted a blog post
Image Source: New York Times, excerpt belowTopics: Civics, Civil Rights, COVID-19, Fascism, Human RightsTurning Point: China removes presidential term limits.First we see the face. The face of America’s Donald Trump, or Hungary’s Viktor Orban, or…
Aug 28
Reginald L. Goodwin posted a blog post
The spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus (gray) is shown with three small antibodies (pink) attached to its receptor binding domains. The spike attaches at the left to the viral membrane (not shown). DIAMOND LIGHT SOURCETopics: Chemistry, COVID-19,…
Aug 27
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