New Study Proves 50-Year-Old Climate Model's Accuracy
How many times have you heard doubters criticising the accuracy of climate change models? "Well it's 2019, where's all the snow!?" A new study on the models made in the...Read more
Who's Better Suited For Space: Men or Women?
Something topical has arisen after the Oct. 18 all-woman voyage into space aboard the ISS. We have a young high schooler wanting to know a bit more than men are...Read more
Streaking Aussie Desert Fireball Actually Ultrarare 'Minimoon'
Six cameras observed the barren outskirts of South Australia's Port Augusta for 200km around hoping to find the activity of space debris falling to Earth. And in 2016, we observed...Read more
The U.S. Finally Upgraded Their 8 Inch Nuclear Floppies.
Let's get the elephant in the room out of the way first: If you're born after the year 2000, you have no idea what a floppy disk is having...Read more
Ask ARSE: Is Tesla's Cybertruck Aerodynamic?
We've been all hands on deck recently, but it's good to be back into the swing of things and able to once again: Ask ARSE. "Hey ARSE, you guys seem...Read more
VIDEO: China Says "Adjust Your Location Quickly", Drops Toxic Rocket Debris On Village.
This past Saturday, China's Xichang Satellite Launch Centre achieved a "successful" mission to send a Long March 3B rocket into space carrying two navigation satellites. The way they have reported...Read more
SpaceX's 'Starlink' Threatens Half-Billion Dollar Telescope
SpaceX's 'Starlink' project, a man-made satellite constellation with the purpose of providing powerful internet to the entire world, has already snagged a few detractors after only 122 satellites have been...Read more
ScoMo Eats Crow: SA's Tesla Battery Set To Increase By 50%
"By all means have the world's biggest battery, have the world's biggest banana, have the world's biggest prawn like we have on the roadside around the country," - Australian Prime...Read more
Japanese Alien Probe Aimed Straight At ARSE
We've received word that the $30 billion Japanese probe project to distant asteroid Ryugu will be dropping off samples from the rock, shedding light on the origins of our solar...Read more