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These are the other guys, the great films you missed through circumstance or stupidity, through studio stumbling or simply bad timing. The best movies don't always get seen, the best movies don't always win the awards
30 images that exemplify photobombing, be it inadvertent or otherwise. (Most of these images were used via thisisphotobomb.memebase.com and Thechive.com)
In order to understand the origins of life, researchers need to look at information processing, not chemical building blocks
Last week, Dorkly users voted to elect the greatest N64 game of all time. The competition was tough. Palms were decimated by frantic joystick spinning, ...
Courses men and women should take to learn about relationships. Yeah, right.
The Drake equation demonstrates that due to the vast scope of our universe, it is highly unlikely that there is not intelligent life other than us.
Futurist Ray Kruzweil predicts that advances in nanotechology could start making humans immortal by the mid-2000s by instantly repairing damaged cells and organs and backing up human memories.
So many 9/11 witnesses or people who would seem to have knowledge of the cover up have been mysteriously dying. This all can't be a coincidence.
There are, apparently, some fairly weird encoded messages that actual academic types have identified in a ways that seem fairly plausible.
TED Talks Product designer Eben Bayer reveals his recipe for a new, fungus-based packaging material that protects fragile stuff like furniture, plasma screens -- and the environment.