Ian Johnston

12 Flips | 1 Magazine | @IanJohnston2o1s | Ian Johnston is a student at Bio-Med Science Academy in Northeast Ohio,

Ian Johnston likes to do math and science and astronomy. He wants to grow up to be an Air Force museum curator or a nuclear physicist, oath of which have a side job as a race car driver. His favorite music is punk rock with good background vocals. His favorite thing to consume is water. He likes to learn new things about space, physics, and airplanes and likes to play sports, or just any physical activity in general. His favorite sport is technically sprint car racing if you can call it a motorsport. His favorite physical sport is soccer, which he lettered in his freshman year. His favorite band is Streetlight Manifesto, with his favorite song being The Big Sleep.

Did Tiny Algae Doom Mighty Dinosaurs?

09/19/2017 · by carylsue · in Classroom Ideas, Current Event Connection, Geography In the News, Main. ·<p><b>SCIENCE</b><p>Seventy million years ago, they all came to drink in the rapidly drying river: long-necked sauropods, fierce theropods, crocodiles, lizards, and raven-sized birds. They never left. (Science)<p>…

How fast is our universe expanding?

Here’s a great New ScienceCast video about the controversial Hubble Constant. It’s the key to knowing the age of our universe and much more.<p>We know …

Why will fusion wait until hydrogen is gone before starting to fuse heavier atoms? (Advanced)

<i>Why will fusion wait until hydrogen is gone before starting to fuse heavier atoms? Why will endothermic fusions wait until iron is everywhere?</i><p>For the …

The strange structures of the Saturn nebula

The spectacular planetary nebula NGC 7009, or the Saturn Nebula, emerges from the darkness like a series of oddly-shaped bubbles, lit up in glorious …

UAE unveils plans for massive city simulating human settlement on Mars

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has announced plans to build a 1.9-million-square-foot city that will simulate conditions for humans living on Mars. …

How Ancient Star Maps Gave Rise to Modern Astronomy

Scientists have incredibly advanced tools to look at the stars today, but in the era before light pollution, star-gazing was much easier and simpler …

Listen Up, Space Shuttle Lovers — NASA's Dream Chaser Space Plane Is Here

When you think about astronauts blasting off into space, images of the Space Shuttle are likely what flash across your mind. The black-nosed, white, …