A boon to future criminal activitiess: Identify THIS
First-time expedition turns up hairy-chested crabs and ghostly octopuses
TED talks are teh awsumz
Herein you will find a collection of vintage engineering texts, vacuum tube datasheets, and other obsolete information, presented free of charge and without annoying advertisements.
Lost episode of Carl Sagan's "Cosmos" finally revealed.
F#cking science FTW.
'The flight characteristics are good natured. Without any steering input it would just hover there on the spot'
Scientists have excluded one of the sources of error that could have led them to make a mistake when they announced in September that a beam of sub-atomic particles had travelled a fraction of a second faster than light.
And the stuff is pretty resilient as well-researchers said that when squashed to half its height, the material rebounds 98 percent of the way back.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has a need for Astronaut Candidates to support the International Space Station (ISS) Program and future deep space exploration activities.
TED talk with Yves Rossy who jumps out of airplanes with four kerosene fueled turbojets strapped to a wing.
Australia's government is considering developing the country's own submarine fleet. It would be better off buying American.
Nikon contest for teensy bits.
experiments have shown that a crystal, called an Iceland spar, could detect the sun with an accuracy within a degree - allowing the legendary seafarers to navigate thousands of miles on cloudy days
cute little fella.
(Archeological)Treasures 'n meep!
If all life on earth came from the oceans...
Yesterday, CERN physicists shocked the world with news of a scientific finding that could revolutionize the field of physics. The researchers claim to have observed what many had believed to be impossible: subatomic particles called neutrinos moving faster than the speed of light.
A nice resource to make your own fun stuff, because I'm too scared to do it myself anymore.
And it meeping works!!!
An 84 million year old bloom (in the mud it bloomed in)
With a little help from archaeologists, three giant cats have slunk into view after spending thousands of years underground in central Mexico.
The Mummy Lives !
Reminds me of yo momma
Nothing we could pronounce though.
But it wasn't a bicycle
Mel Blanc fronts this domeepentary about why records really were worth 85 cents in their heyday; while trying to sell a record to some slob on the street.
NASA nubs Canada. And Dell.
1,170cc 4-stroke BMW boxer engine suicide machine.
Dude makes some tanto blades out of homemade steel. High level badassery.
The spacecraft observed the flare's peak at 2:41 a.m. Eastern time (06:41 UTC). SDO's AIA instrument recorded images at the extreme-ultraviolet wavelengths of 171, 211, and 304 angstroms. These were followed by wider frames from the LASCO C2 white-light coronagraph on SOHO.
A company based in Puerto Rico wants to install iris-detection capabilities in everything from cell phones to ATMs, beefing up personalized security options in an increasingly networked world.
you too could catch bugs on the fly
Well, I guess that's settled.
meeping hate mosquitoes.
Maybe our universe got squirted in from another universe?
When NASA launched the Solar Dynamics Observatory in February 2010, engineers placed it in what's called a geosynchronous orbit over Earth.
NASA and the Space Community Remember 'Freedom 7'
Have you ever wanted to take a trip through time to see what animals looked like millions of years ago? When it comes to cats there is little or no need. This beautiful specimen is a Manul, otherwise known as Pallas's Cat. About twelve million years ago it was one of the first two modern cats to evolve and it hasn't changed since. The other species, Martelli's Cat, is extinct so what you are looking at here is a unique window in to the past of modern cats.
or How to get meep ASAP
Sweet dreams, Swarmers.
Top to Bottom.
The release includes travel journals, diaries and letters from a collection started more than three centuries ago.
meep, that's purty.
The boy wonder, who taught himself calculus, algebra, geometry and trigonometry in a week, is now tutoring fellow college classmates after hours.
Deep green energyproduction -- decentralised, based on the products of the land -- is farmore damaging to humanity than nuclear meltdown.