42 Hilariously Inappropriate Children's Books You'll Want To Read Life Funny NEXT PAGE 42 Hilariously Inappropriate Children's Books You'll Want To Read by MichaelaSleeth from @FUN Page 1 of 7 Everyone remembers their favorite children's book, whether it be a Dr. These Are The 15 Most Terrifying Places You'll Ever Visit In A Lifetime. #4 Creeps Me Out This building was tucked away in the Balkan Mountains. Upon entering, there's a description that reads, "On your feet, despised comrades! On your feet you slaves of labor! Downtrodden and humiliated, stand up against the enemy!” Due to Peru's very dry climate, the remains of many people have been preserved on these ancient burial grounds.
First worldwide survey of religion and science: No, not all scientists are atheists Are all scientists atheists? Do they believe religion and science can co-exist? These questions and others were addressed in the first worldwide survey of how scientists view religion, released today by researchers at Rice University. "No one today can deny that there is a popular 'warfare' framing between science and religion," said the study's principal investigator, Elaine Howard Ecklund, founding director of Rice University's Religion and Public Life Program and the Herbert S. Green Honey Language represents our view of the world, and knowing its limits helps us understand how our perception works. I used the data from Wikipedia’s “Color” entry for different languages. My assumption was: "Different languages have different ways to describe color.” (Scroll Down to Start)
Here’s the perfect U.S. road trip Randy Olson, a fourth-year graduate research assistant at Michigan State University, previously used a genetic algorithm to figure out the fastest way to find Waldo. Now Olson is back and he's using that same algorithm to map out the perfect U.S. road trip. Actually he created two perfect road trips, with help from Tracy Staedter. The first trip hits 50 major national landmarks, historical sites, parks, and monuments. Drivers get to travel across all 48 contiguous states, covering 13,699 miles in a bare minimum of 9.33 days (although Olson recommends 2-3 months to really take it all in).