Brain-Stimulating Headset Will Zap Video Gamers' Skulls...
Hack your solar garden lights.
Legen-DARY Facts about How I Met Your Mother
NOAA Ocean Explorer: Islands in the Streams 2001: Brown-striped...
Brown-striped brittle stars, , collected on Sebastians Reef.
How to Make Your Own Ballistic Gel
Ballistics labs within the FBI and law enforcement often use ballistics gel to test wound penetration. They use a special ordnance gelatin powder to make the gel to specific standards under carefully controlled conditions, and it is then calibrated f...
The 100 Greatest Movie Threats of All Time
For list of films click here: http://www.pajiba.com/videos/the-100-greatest-movie-threats-of-all-time.php
Lose Something? These Tiny Stickers Will Find It
Brion Gysin's Dream Machine: Build Your Own Portal to Inner...
The best in accelerating technoculture & screaming memes
Humans, chimpanzees and monkeys share DNA but not gene regulatory...
Up to 40 percent of the differences in the expression or activity patterns of genes between humans, chimpanzees and rhesus monkeys can be explained by regulatory mechanisms that determine whether and how a gene's recipe for a protein is transcribed t...
Gerber Apocalypse Survival Kit
Seven survival tools perfect for lopping off zombie heads in the apocalypse: 3 knives, 2 machetes, 1 parang, and 1 axe all rolled up in a durable canvas carrying case!
Stanford researchers discover the 'anternet'
A collaboration between a Stanford ant biologist and a computer scientist has revealed that the behavior of harvester ants as they forage for food mirrors the protocols that control traffic on the Internet.
Why you should learn to lucid dream
If you've never experienced it then you may find it hard to understand what lucid dreaming is all about. In fact you may be thoroughly sceptical and dismiss the whole thing as silly nonsense. But I can tell you from personal experience that lucid dre...
Smith College Museum of Ancient Inventions: Baghdad Battery...
by Dennielle Downs,'00 and Ava Meyerhoff, '99
Deborah Servitto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
, born February 17, 1956, in , , is a Circuit Judge. She became famous when on October 17, 2003 she delivered her ruling in the case of Deangelo Bailey vs. in the form of a rhyme in addition to a 14-page brief.
John Titor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
is the name used on several during 2000 and 2001 by a poster claiming to be a from the year 2036. In these posts he made numerous predictions (a number of them vague, some quite specific) about events in the near future, starting with events in 200...
What young people need more than anything is work experience...
Most young people are ready, willing and able to dive into work, says Charlie Mayfield, chairman of the John Lewis Partnership. What they need, more than anything, is experience.
Solving a biological mystery
Tom Harrison 360 flip ultra Slow Motion ORIGINAL
Tom Harrison, NikeSb UK Team rider, preforms a 360 flip filmed at 1480fps.
Piccsy :: Just get a job?
Piccsy pictures are inspiring, creative and beautiful. Share this Picc with your friends.
10 Psychological Experiments That Went Horribly Wrong
Psychology as we know it is a relatively young science,...
Assembly not required
Scientists have created new kinds of particles, 1/100th the diameter of a human hair, that spontaneously assemble themselves into structures resembling molecules made from atoms. These new particles self-assemble in patterns that were previously impo...
OfficeGuns - Advanced Guns - Super Maul
Take the Ptest! Its fun.
Appian Way in Ancient Rome (Illustrated History of Ancient...
Sweden Solar System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The is the world's largest permanent . The is represented by the in , the largest hemispherical building in the world. The inner planets can also be found in Stockholm but the outer planets are situated northward in other cities along the . It was...
Harvesting Human Heat
Geothermal energy is putting the world's most underused resource to work.
Here you can find training information from respected bodybuilding & fitness experts. Take a look at our library of Bodybuilding Routines & Training articles.
New Study Shows that Omega-3 Supplements Can Boost Memory...
Image credit: Wikipedia In the first study of its kind, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have determined that healthy young adults ages 18-25 can improve their working memory even further by increasing their Omega-3 fatty acid intake with ...
Opinion: Big Brother is Definitely Tracking Your Cell Phone...
The police don't need to bother getting a warrant if they want to track you by using the GPS signal in your cell phone to track you.
Obamacare Myths Debunked
Health law professor explains what is and isn't in the controversial health care bill and how it will effect the average insurance consumer.
Pot Shops Don't Boost Teen Drug Use, Study Says
A recently-released study contends that the presence of legal dispensaries of medical marijuana do not cause a rise in teens' use of the drug.
Mayfly with springtail hitchhiker: Amber specimen
Stunning images from a CT scan of amber have revealed the first evidence of any creature using an adult mayfly for transport. Researchers say this 16-million-year-old hitchhiker most likely demonstrates activity that is taking place today but has nev...
What Makes a Car Street Legal?
So it's the new year and maybe one of your resolutions is to build yourself a car. Get back to nature, that sort of thing. Maybe you just remembered your car is
A Conversation about reality - My Dinner with Andre
A Piece taken from the film My Dinner with Andre
How Facebook Pitched Itself Before You'd Ever Heard of It...
In 2004, Facebook had 70,000 users—most of them Ivy League elites. Most people had no idea it existed. But before the site hit the nearly billion yokels it boasts today, one kid traveled NYC to sell the idea.
wos1 wallpaper from drugs-plaza.com
18th century mummies aid tuberculosis research
A group of 265 mummies Hungarian mummies are helping scientists find new ways to treat tuberculosis
Why is c the symbol for the speed of light?
Big Brother May be Tracking You
An ACLU investigation found that nearly all law enforcement offices track people using their cell phone records, and in many cases this may not be legal.
Pursued by Police, Stupid Motorcyclist Posts Video of Chase...
Canadian police are searching for a crazy man who posted a video of himself on YouTube flying down a crowded highway at 187 miles per hour.
Water is dangerous
And for plenty of good reasons, since:
Milan's Vertical Forest
The Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest) will be the greenest building in Milan when completed, which is one of Europe's most polluted cities.
THINGS YOU LEARN IN COLLEGE
I had to post this hilarious list from www.funny2.com/college But you don't learn these things in class Quarters are like gold.Flip-flops become as important as soap, and shampoo. Asleep by 2...
No Excuse List
The best place on the web to learn anything, for free. The list provides the best links to learn about academics, music, programming, languages and other useful resources.
The Best Gaming PC for $1500 or Less
Ah, July. School's out, the sun is up and the days are long. You know what that means? It's the perfect time to go inside and play video games. You've squeezed all the entertainment you can out of the old Xbox 360's circa-2005 hardware.
Wayne State, faculty clash over proposal to alter tenure...
Wayne State University professors are up in arms over a proposal they say represents an attempt by administrators to effectively eliminate tenure and the protection it offers against losing their jobs.
Mad:)Men - Free Online Hang-Man Game
A fun, free online version of Hang Man! Can you guess the word and save a life?
100 Ways to Discover and Enjoy Music
Prepare yourself for another dose of Monday roundup madness! It's time for another crazily comprehensive, yet carefully curated, look at an entire industry-the music industry to be specific. This if the first in a two-part series on the music industr...
Answering your hypothetical questions with physics, every Tuesday.
BBC - History - Ancient History in depth: Echoes of Plato's...
Article discussing the possible sources of the Atlantis myth first recorded by Plato
The Strong Force for Beginners
"I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way — things I had no words for." -Georgia O'Keeffe When it comes to the Universe, it isn't just the stuff that's in it that's important. It's also how all that stuff int...
Plant DNA logged to develop drugs
The Casimir Effect
Nootropics / Smart Drugs
The latest research into smart drugs
Stumblers Who Like spe.fotolog.com
Knight Armor Hoodie
Toxel.com - Design, Inspiration and Technology Blog
Music Playlists | College Party Guru
The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later.
Happiness Is the Mind's Default
It implies that happiness is not something that you pursue, it is something you allow. Happiness is just being. That insight changed my life.
‘You must have chaos within you to give birth to a dancing star.'
Potato Rings with Homemade Buttermilk Ranch
Crispy on the outside, with a mashed potato center, these savory treats are great for any occasion.
Will Life Be Worth Living In 2,000AD?
What will life be like in the year 2000? Find out what they thought in 1961.
How to provoke a gamer
Funny pictures from LOLDaddy.com! Brings you new LOLs, every day :D
Oaksterdam Raid Last Gasp in Federal Pot Prohibition?
The raid illustrates the tensions as states push legalization of pot for medical uses and beyond while the federal government clings to a prohibition model.
Surviving the World - Student Presentation 9
Today's student presentation comes from Drew and Matt at Penn State. Both are soon-to-be graduates, but Drew is a chemical engineer, and Matt is a chemist. I should point out that they're completely ignoring that most chemical engineers think they're...
Neuroscience For Kids - 10% of the Brain Myth
Intended for elementary and secondary school students and teachers who are interested in learning about the nervous system and brain with hands on activities, experiments and information.
1965 Ford Mustang Fastback With Cammer Engine Picture #1...
1965 Ford Mustang Fastback With Cammer Engine Picture #1 of 3
1965 Ford Mustang Fastback With Cammer Engine Picture #3...
1965 Ford Mustang Fastback With Cammer Engine Picture #3 of 3
Can hot water freeze faster than cold water?
Baby soap residue causing false positives in marijuana tests...
Baby wash, baby shampoo, bedtime bath soap -- all seemingly innocent products used in nurseries every day.
Voyager 1 at the Final Frontier - NASA Science
At the edge of the solar system, Voyager 1 is reporting a sharp increase in cosmic rays that could herald the spacecraft's long-awaited entry into interstellar space.
How to save on grocery staples
Keep your food bills in check by picking up tips to spend less on the everyday essentials.
Green Holiday Gift Guide » GROWBOTTLE HYDROPONIC PLANTERS...
A guide to over 200 green, organic and sustainable gifts ideas for the holidays
This site is currently down for scheduled maintenance.We'll be back soon! Thank you for your patience.
International Socialist Review -- Noam Chomsky: Human intelligence...
And what he basically argued is that intelligence is a kind of lethal mutation. And he had a good argument. He pointed out that if you take a look at biological success, which is essentially measured by how many of us are there, the organisms that do...
Massive moon crater might contain ice - CBC News
Scientists probing the three-billion-year-old Shackleton crater at the south pole of the moon believe their observations could support the suspicion that there is ice within the four-kilometre-deep pockmark on the lunar surface.
Out of this world, quite literally: The beautiful and mysterious...
By LYLE BRENNAN PUBLISHED: 15:45 GMT, 14 April 2012 | UPDATED: 15:45 GMT, 14 April 2012 When it slammed into the surface of Earth, there was little sign of the beauty that lay inside. But cutting t...
Packing Heat? You Can Show it in Philadelphia
Gun rights activist Mark Fiorino is suing after he was detained by police for walking around in public with a pistol holstered on his hip.