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Two Suns? Twin Stars Could Be Visible From Earth By 2012 Two Suns? Twin Stars Could Be Visible From Earth By 2012 By Dean Praetorius | Earth could be getting a second sun, at least temporarily. Dr. Brad Carter, Senior Lecturer of Physics at the University of Southern Queensland, outlined the scenario to Betelgeuse, one of the night sky’s brightest stars, is losing mass, indicating it is collapsing.
Old man on the cover of Abbey Road refuses to listen to the Beatles
Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome Makes Total Scents: Disney Villains As Perfume Bottles This is a series of Disney villain inspired perfume bottles imagined by Pixiv artist mmmint8. If the Scar one were a real scent I would buy it because I bet that dude smells wicked evil. Killing your own brother -- that's some Cane and Abel style shit! I was a little disappointed to see the hunter from the beginning of Bambi didn't get a scent though. "He wasn't a villain." Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome
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We come from the future.
Foreign Woman Handles Traffic Stop Poorly
American City of Future (1925) #2
I Bought a CD, not a Licensing Agreement
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Radiation Dosage Chart
Hey, Let's Fix The Internet I'm not the oldest guy in the world, not by any stretch, but I do remember a time before the Internet. And I remember when it first showed up, full of promise and potential none of us understood. I remember when you needed to make your computer dial a number to access it, and I remember the Internet tying up phone lines, and I remember suddenly losing your Red Alert game if someone in your house tried to make a phone call. I remember it being so new that the majority of people didn't even have it; if you didn't have it set up yet, you would just go to your friend's house-- the one friend you knew who had it -- and you'd simply "play Internet" for a while. Hey, Let's Fix The Internet
Color Survey Results « xkcd Who in the rainbow can draw the line where the violet tint ends and the orange tint begins? Distinctly we see the difference of the colors, but where exactly does the one first blendingly enter into the other? So with sanity and insanity. —Herman Melville, Billy Budd Orange, red? Color Survey Results « xkcd
Just checked the email and I received a forward regarding the new dollar coin. Here is the email: Please help do this… refuse to accept these when they are handed back to you. I received one from the Post Office as change and I ask for a dollar bill instead..the lady just smiled and said way to go, so she had read this e-mail. Please help out… our world is in enough trouble without this too!!!!! U.S. The New Dollar Coin. « 3 Under 3 in Connecticut The New Dollar Coin. « 3 Under 3 in Connecticut
Starting over: Coining a new dollar - tech - 01 April 2011 Exotic dancers and traditionalists may come to miss it, but the iconic US dollar bill is ripe for replacement - with a coin. Scrapping the paper dollar would do more than prevent a frustrating time at the vending machine. It would also be more cost-effective: US dollar notes drop out of circulation within around two years due to wear and tear, but coins last decades. Although dollar coins made of a copper alloy do circulate in the US, they are not widely used. Starting over: Coining a new dollar - tech - 01 April 2011
Starting over: Rebuilding civilisation from scratch - science-in-society - 28 March 2011 The way we live is mostly down to accidents of history. So what if we thought it through properly? IN JUST a few thousand years, we humans have created a remarkable civilisation: cities, transport networks, governments, vast economies full of specialised labour and a host of cultural trappings. It all just about works, but it's hardly a model of rational design - instead, people in each generation have done the best they could with what they inherited from their predecessors. As a result, we've ended up trapped in what, in retrospect, look like mistakes. Starting over: Rebuilding civilisation from scratch - science-in-society - 28 March 2011
We have seven days a week because the Babylonians named one for each planet they knew. There are 12 hours in each day and each night because they gave one hour to each sign of the zodiac. Sixty minutes in an hour because they thought 60 an auspicious number. Starting over: Let's decimalise time - science-in-society - 28 March 2011 Starting over: Let's decimalise time - science-in-society - 28 March 2011
Starting over: Ultimate democracy - life - 31 March 2011 Starting over: Ultimate democracy - life - 31 March 2011 Didn't vote for the bozos who are running the country? Join the club. Thanks to the competitive nature of electoral democracies, many - often most - citizens end up being governed by a party they didn't vote for. But there is a way to ensure that every single voter is satisfied by the results of an election: simply have each voter governed by the political party he or she picked at the polls. The idea is not as far-fetched as it might sound, says Olivier Ledoit, an economist at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, who proposes this so-called "choice democracy". "It's really not a major problem, even though it is a bit unfamiliar," he says.
Hiding the Lockheed Plant during World War II - wow this is amazing! Hidden in Plain View During WW II Lockheed (unbelievable 1940s pictures). This is a version of special effects during the 1940's. Hiding the Lockheed Plant during World War II - wow this is amazing!
The Misconception: All buttons placed around you do your bidding. The Truth: Many public buttons are only there to comfort you. You press the doorbell button, you hear the doorbell ring. You press the elevator button, it lights up. Placebo Buttons
Propaganda Posters of World War Two "QUANTUM SHOT" #650Link - article by Simon Rose and Avi Abrams Warped, Twisted "Hall of Mirrors" vs. Actual Truth
Laser Crosswalk Saves Pedestrians From a Painful Death
iPhone App Word Lens Instantly Translates Life Into Something Amazing
Short Sharp Science: Japan's quake updated to magnitude 9.0
Why do we believe in electrons, but not in fairies?
Infographic of the Day: How Color Affects Purchases | Designerscouch #thecritiquenetwork
20 Scary Old School Surgical Tools
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Interesting Facts About Nuclear Weapons | Only Infographic
The Decline of Classic Nick | Article
What the web COULD look like without Net Neutrality
How to Become a Design Genius: Take Time Off. Lots of It.
Infographic of the Day: Is Bottled Water Really That Bad? Yes
Jevons' Paradox and the Perils of Efficient Energy Use
Jane McGonigal: Gaming can make a better world
Take the ultimate intelligence test
Dancing Typography / Never Gonna Give You Up
America as it could have been: 8 North American nations that didn’t make it to the 21st Century
Religion no excuse for promoting scientific ignorance - science-in-society - 08 February 2011
Cryptographers chosen to duke it out in final fight - physics-math - 13 December 2010
Coriolis-like effect found 184 years before Coriolis - physics-math - 14 January 2011
The economic jungle: How ecologists could save banking - physics-math - 19 January 2011
X-rays show why van Gogh's yellows have darkened - physics-math - 14 February 2011
Spin doctors: More harm than good - health - 17 February 2011
Breathingearth - CO2, birth & death rates by country, simulated real-time
Why are past, present, and future our only options?
Earth View
Scientists discover snowflake identical to one which fell in 1963
Lorenz Butterfly
20 Facts That Will Make You Really Mad If You Stop And Think About Them For A While
Robert J. Lang Origami - The Amazing $20 Bill
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Silly Mind Tricks
Of All The People In All The World
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Maze Generator
The German Military is Freaked Out by Prospect of Peak Oil
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Infographic of the Day: Twitter Tracks the Entire Country's Mood | Co.Design
The Open Internet: A Case for Net Neutrality
Professor Loses Weight on Twinkie Diet
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Hans Rosling shows the best stats you've ever seen
Ground Zero II | Carloslabs
Repeal the Drinking Age - Jeffrey A. Tucker
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Future Timeline | Technology | Singularity | 2020 | 2050 | 2100 | 2150 | 2200 | 21st century | 22nd century | 23rd century | Humanity | Predictions | Events
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The average person tells 4… - Goodmorning & Goodnight
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Speed Camera Lottery Could Save Lives and Fuel!
Live Ships Map - AIS - Vessel Traffic and Positions
Emergency and Disaster Information Service
Zombie proof house
Vegans doesn't exist
mpany presses your ashes into vinyl when you die
6 Life-Changing Uses for Binder Clips (That You Could've Easily Thought Of) from Look What I Found
ReubenMiller : Extreme Repurposing
Most Effective and Creative Anti-Smoking Ad Campaigns
Find the shortest route between two Wikipedia articles.
"9 Things Us 90's Kids Realize Now (Part II)" by Christopher Hudspeth on CollegeHumor
Who Said Taking the Train was Boring? Swinging on San Francisco's BART
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The Quick 10: Little-Known Second Verses of Children’s Songs