Category: Science

Like Where’s Waldo, but in Space.

Astronomers need our help! They are looking for a lot of people to look at pictures and find space warps for them. They can do it themselves, and they can do it better, but when we all sit around looking at pictures anyway instead of mowing the lawn why not look at pictures of the …

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Cowborg Is Listening

Here’s a riddle: what is 180 pounds, made from the ungodly powers of science gone awry, and can pick up Dave and Steve’s Morning Ride on KKVX without a radio while stalking you to your hideous death?  If you guessed anything that didn’t have this baby attached to its head, you are dead wrong! If …

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So It Begins…

Scientists are finally admitting that we are in way over our heads. Ray Kurzweil, an author and futurist, predicts that robot intelligence will equal human intelligence by the year 2029. He goes further to say that by the year 2049, computer intelligence will be billions of times more powerful than unaided human intelligence. Apparently once this ‘singularity’ occurs, humans will …

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Gross: Scientifically Accurate Ninja Turtles

ADHD has come out with a video featuring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in their anatomically correct form. As you might guess it will ruin your childhood. Why can’t people just leave these things alone and let me live in blissful ignorance? You suck, you suck, you suck. I remember TMNT was one of the …

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Largest Gamma Ray Burst Ever Recorded

Yes, this black and blue circle is space as we know it. And that red anomaly?  That is the gamma-ray burst from the supernova. Now, I’d like to believe that you are thinking, “Oh my gosh! That is amazing!!” But I really know what you are thinking, “Why does that blueberry have a pimple?” Here is …

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Not too small for IMAX.

In crap-you-didn’t-know-was-possible news. The folks at IBM Research have come up with a stop-motion movie using single atoms to make up the characters. Appropriately enough the called it, “A Boy and his Atom.” Scientists at IBM Research have just earned a Guinness world record for the smallest movie ever: They created a stop-motion film by …

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