SciFriday: Strangers in Your Child’s Bedroom

January 8, 2021

Facebook is investing billions in artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and instant messenging. This could be the end of the family as we know it — we’re giving people direct access to our children that we would never let past our front door.

SciFriday: Older and Colder

December 28, 2020

We look ahead to 2050 and see the world’s population leveling off and beginning to decline. People will be older on average and not all of us will be entirely human.

SciFriday: New Frontiers

December 4, 2020

This week, we announce the sunset of SciFriday and the dawn of a new program that will debut in 2021: The Bible’s Greatest Mysteries.

SciFriday: Petra, Sodom, and Science

November 21, 2020

Modern archaeological science is revealing startling things about the role of Petra in the history of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and may have pinpointed the location of the biblical city of Sodom.

SciFriday: Space COVID!

September 11, 2020

A new academic paper suggests that SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing COVID-19, arrived here last October from outer space. Not surprisingly, the astronomers who co-authored the paper have been trying to prove that life on Earth likewise arrived from space for nearly fifty years.

SciFriday: Stone to Iron to Silicon

September 4, 2020

INNOVATION IN SCIENCE and technology is not inherently evil, but it’s a powerful lure that draws humanity back to the false promise of the serpent in Eden: Ye shall be as gods.

SciFriday: Five Years!

August 21, 2020

TODAY MARKS five years since SciFriday debuted on SkyWatchTV! We celebrate by showing that first effort and discussing why Sharon is now literally half (but also twice) her former self. Also: New research suggests that

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