The Science of Snowflakes

Since I was little, I loved snow. I would always wait for it to start snowing outside so i could start building my snowman with a carrot nose and rocks for eyes. The snowman would even have a little, … [Read more...]

Can you get the cold, by being cold?

The virus cell for the common coldRhinovirus (c) Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0 As we begin winter, the days start getting shorter, we enter the season of festivities, and snow begins appearing on … [Read more...]

Movie Mistakes – The Martian

In my personal opinion, "The Martian" is notably one of the most intriguing science-fiction movies from 2015.  With a plot in which an astronaut becomes stranded on Mars and even ends up growing … [Read more...]

Bibbidi-Bobbidi-B- Oops! Science Mistakes in Disney Movies

Disney Science (C) Mdf, CC-BY-SA 3.0 Personally, I myself am a huge fan of Disney movies. I think they are really enjoyable to watch and can teach many valuable life lessons to the people who watch … [Read more...]

The Physics of Space

Leia floating in space via AC Literacy Theory and Criticism As I was watching Star Wars: The Last Jedi at the scene where Leia uses the force to pull herself out of space and into a ship, I thought … [Read more...]

Space Jelly Beans

Dark matter/energy compared to normal baryonic matter.Fermilab via Pinterest As I was trying to think of an idea for a blog post, I asked my mom if she had any ideas. She responded immediately with … [Read more...]

Isabel: the state between being a Korean and a Canadian

What do I say when people ask me who I am? I say, “I’m Isabel,” but really, I’m a state between being Korean and Canadian. As a Korean who lived in Surrey her entire life, I adopted some diverse … [Read more...]