What is a Wormhole?

  Science fiction loves a wormhole - it takes us between places and realities very quickly. But what are they? This explains...   https://astronomyblog.tumblr.com/post/173961750241/what-is-a-wormhole   Credit: Astronomyblog on Tumblr Planet Simon   Also find Planet Simon on Twitter Come and visit find me on my Planet Simon Facebook Page Find some of my pictures on Instagram Also look … Continue reading What is a Wormhole?


Humans on Mars – My view on the Logic and Insanity

The concept of human colonising Mars isn't new - it's decades old and has been talked about since space travel started in the 1950's and 60's. Since the Moon landings the science community has viewed that travelling to Mars as being the next logical step in manned space exploration. The science and engineering behind this effort … Continue reading Humans on Mars – My view on the Logic and Insanity

Scary look at Earth’s dwindling resources

Most of the resources we have on Earth cannot be replaced. We're often told in the media about how this or that is running out. This graphic shows a sample of the resources we're using - it's interesting and a little scary. See the link for the full information. http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20120618-global-resources-stock-check Simon 🙂 No ownership claimed … Continue reading Scary look at Earth’s dwindling resources

Seasons -How are they worked out?

One of the things that's always puzzled me is when each of the seasons are supposed to start and end. This is typical of someone that over thinks things, really it should be when it's cold and wet it's Winter, when the flowers start appearing and the wet is thawing out it's Spring. Summer is … Continue reading Seasons -How are they worked out?

ISS: Air and Space Science

The ISS is a big floating laboratory in space, helping us to find out things that help is physics, biology and every other branch of science in between. They also have a good place to see what's happening here on Earth. This Tumblr post from NASA show us some of the work they're doing. No … Continue reading ISS: Air and Space Science