Strange, meat-eating sea sponge found in deep ocean
Recently discovered Harp Sponge is a deep sea carnivore with some unusual eating (and mating) habits
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What Are The Odds? | Visual.ly
What are the odds that you exist, as you, today? Author Ali Binazir attempts to quantify the probability that you came about and exist as you
Eye Candy: OK Go's Insane Rube Goldberg Machine
You'll just have to watch the new OK Go to appreciate its geeky awesomeness. But a little bit of background: The video, directed by James Frost, began with a sketch dreamed up the band. Then, they put it to Mindshare/Synnlabs, a collective of enginee...
How do colors affect purchases?
For retailers, shopping is the art of persuasion. Though there are many factors that influence how and what consumers buy. However, a great deal is decided by
23 incredible new technologies you'll see by 2021
The Maya said we're due for a shake-up soon. Turns out, they were right.
If U.S. Cities Were Countries, How Would They Rank?
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The Depth Of The Ocean In Perspective
The Mariana Trench is the deepest part of the Earth's ocean and is also the lowest point on the Earth's crust. It is estimated to be 10,971 m (35,994 ft) deep and is located in the western Pacific Ocean. It reaches a ...
Moustaches Make a Difference
Unfortunately, I cant grow one, well not a good like these guys!
The Biggest Star Wars Plot Hole, Explained By Science
Fans jokingly refer to it as 'Stormtrooper aim.' But it's not lazy film-making (or at least, not just that): There's actually a perfectly logical, scientific reason behind this behavior. Soldiers in real wars behave in exactly the same way.
Chandra :: Photo Album :: The Big Chandra Picture
In more than a decade of operation, NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory has transformed our view of the high-energy Universe with its ability to make exquisite X-ray images of star clusters, supernova remnants, galactic eruptions, and collisions between...
Why do we believe in electrons, but not in fairies?
No one has directly observed either electrons or fairies. Both of them are theoretical constructs, useful to explain observations that might be difficult to explain otherwise. The "theory of fairies" can actually explain more things than the "theor...
Two Suns? Twin Stars Could Be Visible From Earth By 2012...
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What children's skulls look like as they prepare to lose...
It's unfortunate that this existsâ�¦but also very interesting. At the Hunterian Museum in London. Photo by Stefan SchÃ¤ferâ�¦