Moore, Oklahoma Before and After
Cosmic map hints at first evidence of other universes
Where Is Your God Now? (25 Photos And Gifs)
Skittles sorting machine, version 3
Here's Brian Egenriether's new-and-improved Skittles sorting machine. It's interesting to note that he used machinable epoxy for the parts instead of using a 3D printer. I know 3D printing is the future, but the current crop of home 3D printers make ...
Top 100 Photos of the Year 2012
Note the photographs themselves were not necessarily taken in 2012, they just happened to be featured as a POTD this year. The pictures are also listed in reverse chronological order. There is no ranking amongst the photos :). Enjoy!. 100. CHICAGO FR...
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A free school under a bridge in India
The difference between Men and Boys...
CARL SAGAN: Books are awesome
Another gem from Carl Sagan (read my on why I love him so much). My initial idea was to set the story in the very near future in a classroom. A teacher would tell the class it was reading time and the students would all take out their iPad 6.0 and o...
This is What Happens When You Run Water Through a 24hz Sine...
How to Play Chess: Legal's Pseudo-Sacrifice
Flash movies explaining How to Play Chess: move the pieces, set up the board, what is Check and how to Checkmate, en passant, castling, and more.
Photos of Sakurajima volcano
On a recent visit to Japan, alien landscape photographer captured some spectacular images of in Kagoshima prefecture.
Brain Teasers for Adults
Is there a riddle which is exasperating you? Do you think you cannot solve it? Then, scroll down. This article provides information on how to find answers for brain teasers. It also presents some brain teasers with answers. Read on and enjoy.....
A lunar illusion you'll flip over
Astronomy | crater | The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has a great blog where they post images from the hi-res camera onboard. I was perusing a recent image, and was a bit befuddled: