science

Aaron Brazell

Science is King

I’m a scientist. I don’t have a degree from Stanford or Carnegie Mellon… But I’m a scientist. I hypothesize, test and prove. If the result doesn’t meet my supposition, I accept that and move on. Science required known, provable facts. Or in computer science, constants. To prove, you need to test. To test, you need […]

Fun Stuff

One Small Step

Today, I spent hours listening to the synchronized “live” mission audio of the Apollo 11 mission on wechoosethemoon.org, a project of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. A few moments ago, Neil Armstrong landed on the moon. I mixed those last few minutes with Pink Floyd’s “Brain Damage”, a.k.a Dark Side of the […]

Aaron Brazell

Twitter Terminal Velocity

Terminal Velocity is defined by physicists as the maximum speed that an object of a given mass can achieve when accelerating toward another object with a gravitational constant. Skydivers can only accelerate to a certain speed before maxing out at a terminal velocity. For the geeky science type among us, the formula is for determining […]