So far in Science Burrito’s epic quest to build a person with nuts and bolts, we have made a skeleton and covered it in blood. This is pretty grim, especially so far from Halloween. Maybe it’s time for a breath of fresh air… That’s a pun, by the way, and I will not apologise for … More How to build a person! – 3: Breathe!
Warning! There is very little science in this piece (although I managed to get some reference in there). It is purely an opinion piece, a subject very close to my heart that I wanted to get out there and it’s my blog so I can. So there. Society has, from time immemorial, and for good … More Identity Crisis
Now the summer is coming into its own (in a very rainy way here in England) Science Burrito brings you the sequel of to the Holiday Blog. Last time I showed you the glory of rainbows and a pretty little bird. Where will we go this time? Sticking with the theme of light, because, hey, … More What I saw on my holiday – Part 2
Five years ago, NASA launched a tiny space ship, no bigger than a basketball court, into the depths of space, to travel to a planet 11 times larger than our own. Tomorrow morning, by 05:00 am BST, we will know if it has successfully arrived. JUNO is going to be exploring Jupiter inside and out. … More Juno arrives!