Michael Byrne @everydayelk
When not hacking apart bad science or explaining why math is actually the best thing ever, Michael studies engineering physics in Oregon. He is Motherboard's editor-at-large.
Articles by Michael Byrne
Just a spoonful of this stuff can steal all of the oxygen in a room.
To make models of natural systems more accurate and efficient, make them more random.
Sentient life? Bubbles?
Fear not, the search is hardly over.
A new model means faster melting of the colossal Greenland Ice Sheet.
The US Fusion Energy Sciences Advisory Committee recommends going all-in on Europe's ITER reactor project.
Optical physics goes DIY.
A report from the IEEE Computer Society predicts the future.
The hacking legend is now offering zero-day exploits for $100,000 a pop. Take note, NSA.
Ionospheric plasma bubbles may have interrupted a crucial radio warning to Navy SEALs.