https://noobnorm.com - Is time travel possible? And if it is, what problems does it potentially cause? This beginner's guide to time travel takes a deep dive into the potential ways we might be able to travel into the past and future.
http://sciencevshollywood.com - Spinning up the dwarf planet Ceres on the hit TV show, The Expanse, has put the planetoid under considerable strain, enough that it may fall apart at the slightest disturbance.
http://moviepilot.com - The new Ghostbusters team has made a significant upgrade to their Proton Packs. Learn how the science makes this possible.
http://moviepilot.com - The physics of Star Trek's transporter indicates it could be a suicide machine. Anyone who steps in could die and someone else steps out on the other side. Or is something else happening?
http://sciencevshollywood.com - During a space battle, the MCRN Donnager suffers damage after fighting the same ships that took out the Canterbury on the TV show, The Expanse. With breached hull and air slowly leaking out a hole, does the crew of the Canterbury have enough time to seal the hole and survive their ordeal? Physics may have the answer and tell us whether the show got it right.
http://www.loupdargent.info - I'm actually very pleased with the results for that quiz... I love technology too much to be told that I belong in a time where there was no television or, even worse, no internet (the fact that I've managed to cope all these years before the internet was invented still amazes me).