Have you ever heard of the World Space Party? Had it not been for the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent pandemic, space enthusiasts would have been preparing for Yuri’s Night – an annual project celebrating the feats of space exploration. Yuri’s Night celebrations range from raves and parties to Q&A sessions and symposia. Spread across 30 countries, this […]Read More Yuri’s Night and Ingenuity: Worldwide Celebrations and the First Powered Flight on Mars
Did you know… That some people can taste colours and shapes? That all human brains start off as female in the womb? Or that the number of synapses in the brain might either equate to or exceed the numbers of stars in the galaxy? What about the fact that brain information can travel up to […]Read More Brain Awareness: The Science Behind Detecting Brain Diseases
They all have one thing in common, with the necessary funding and international cooperation, this technology will defeat the pandemic, and many more to come.Read More Covid vaccine technologies work. Here’s how.
Perhaps after COVID, we should not ‘return to normal’ but commence a return to constant change.Read More Culture is not a Career.
The annual Nobel prizes celebrate, in part, the very best of the latest research and discoveries in physics and chemistry. With previous winners, including household names Albert Einstein and Marie Curie, there is no doubt about the prestige which comes with winning such an award. This year saw 5 laureates across the two fields, with […]Read More The 2020 Nobel Prizes in Physics & Chemistry
As the US heads into yet another presidential election, what lies in store could determine the future of generations, and what’s at stake could set history’s course for a lifetime.Read More Playing to Win
Our country is in shambles. Being Maltese is presently not something to boast about beyond our COVID-infested shores. We are Maltese; the ones who ‘blow journalists up’, who ‘sell passports’, who ‘had most of the Police traffic department arrested’, and now, those who harbour COVID-19. The rapid deterioration of the virus’s containment is indeed a […]Read More The Betrayal Of A Country
Ever since Malta went into partial lockdown, animals such as dolphins, turtles, and birds have been spotted more frequently than in previous years. Different theories have been put forward to try and explain these observations and the factors which may be at play, with some suggestions being more credible. The habitats in which these animals […]Read More Increase in local fauna sightings during the COVID-19 pandemic
“Il-ġurnalisti huma raġuni ewlenija għaliex il-Laburisti jibqgħu jiżdiedu f’Malta” Robert Musumeci, lawyer, architect and wiseman of Malta informed us a few months back. “M’għandix bżonn li inti tibgħatli l-mistoqsijiet biex niftaħ magisterial inquiry,” Ian Abdilla, head of the Economic Crimes Unit. “So when was it opened then?” asked Jacob Borg from the Times of Malta. The […]Read More Thanks To The Frontliners
We are all aware that China is in the news quite regularly these days, the world over. Be it a squabble with Dangerous Donald, a fistfight on the China-India border, or lockdown in Wuhan; the country has hogged the headlines. What us Westerners find particularly disgruntling about China is its ominous, all-seeing Communist Party; a […]Read More Chairman Bob’s cultural revolution