There are countless flavors of mustard, but only ONE true ketchup. A late night conversation, about a Malcolm Gladwell essay, about ketchup.
Black holes are absolutely massive, right? Well, not necessarily. Under a different scientific model of forming black holes, some might be teeny tiny.
Jesse was pumped about his viaje to Ecuador. But that spontaneous midnight bus trip, last minute Lyme disease, and edible guinea pig might be too much.
Jesse Stone is the only guy we trust to teach us science. How does he keep our attention when teachers couldn’t? Here are his Top 10 hypotheses.
Math: you spent at least 13 years trying to figure it out, but let’s take a big step back. What even IS math? I promise. It’s more fun than you think.
Mathematical concepts can sometimes be difficult. Luckily, Jesse’s here to answer your questions as simply as possible. Like, is infinity a number?
Fat, sugar, lactose, gluten. No matter what it is, some food doctor says it’s slowly killing you. Is nothing sacred? Truly, what else is left to eat?
Einstein’s Theory of Relativity – now with pictures! Here’s how the speed of light demonstrates that time is different for two objects traveling at vastly different speeds.
Einstein’s Theory of Relativity doesn’t have to be confusing or intimidating. Jesse Stone breaks it down as simply as we can possibly put it. Dive into part one.