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Category Archives: Cool Stuff
Photo taken by Mkullen The other day I almost walked into a spider web that contained a spider that looked bizarre and like nothing else I’ve ever seen. Its back is white with face-like black markings and it has 6 / read more…
One of those things which amused me during class, was to take two words (I liked “yellow vase”) and reiterate it over and over in my head. If you do this at least twenty times, then you’ll start feeling that / read more…
Researchers at the National University of Singapore have released details from an upcoming paper (to be published in the journal Advanced Functional Materials this month) about using metamaterials to generate controlled “ghost” images of an object. While not yet done / read more…
To start your commuting week, here are three fine moments from podcasting that I really enjoyed, and that I still think of whenever it’s time to up my own game. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did:
Last week I pointed out some common misconceptions about evolution and arguments that are often used to support creationism. This week I would like to share some of what I feel to be the strongest evidences for evolution.
Skeptoid is putting together a Secret Project. A very special piece of hardware is needed, one that I hope some friend or colleague can help with. It is a remote weather station, capable of operating unattended in extreme environments, and / read more…