Doomsday 12/21/2012: What might happen

By Jim Donahue Yesterday, we discussed the ending of the Mayan calendar and the similarities between it and the calendars of other Ancient Societies. We also delved into what these Ancient Cultures predicted would happen, although not at great length, as most of their predictions are vague at best, and we would like some much […]

NASA will launch NuSTAR to search for black holes and Curiosity en route to Mars

By Amanda Shore NASA’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) is a spacecraft equipped with a high-energy X-ray telescope. Its mission is to map radioactive material in supernova remnants to study the origins of cosmic rays. It is able to find and photograph black holes so that scientists will know where they are and gather more […]

Apple News: New MacBook Pro gets a retina display update

By Amanda Shore The much-anticipated retina display update for the 15.4 inch MacBook Pro finally came out today, June 11, 2012. This is the first retina-display laptop that Apple has made available. It also got a new, lightweight design. At 4.46 pounds, it weighs only slightly more than the MacBook Air. This new model also […]