Posts Tagged ‘Science’

Since you were wondering what Alka Seltzer looks like at zero gravity

July 1, 2009

Nifty.

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The Martin Jetpack-scrape a $100,000.00 together and it could be yours

May 17, 2009

Me want.  Available at Martin Jet Pack for only $100,000.00.  This sweet toy allegedly has a range of 31.5 miles at a max speed of 63 mph.  Check out the full technical information here.

Timelapse startrail montage is just the end of the week relaxation you need

April 9, 2009

Awesome photography and soundtrack by Pink Floyd.

Square-wheeled bicycle

April 5, 2009

Nifty.

Not a classic Disney film-“The Story of Menstration” from 1946

September 15, 2008

Cutting edge science from Walt Disney helped young girls in 1946.  Try not to snicker, it was a long time ago….remember girls, NO DANCING!

Watch “The Large Hadron Rap” Before the World is Destroyed

September 11, 2008

Here’s a little music video to explain what is going on with world’s largest physics experiment in Geneva.

“Oh yeah…I’m about to drop some particle-physics in the da club.”

Vasectomies Are No Laughing Matter

September 9, 2008

Closely cropped video leads to female anchor slamming her co-host.

And, she continues….

Dinosaurs run amok in museum, eat children, buy fuzzy dolls of themselves

September 4, 2008

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County has a super duper, inspired by Night at the Museum exhibit where men walk around in dinosaur suits. It’s pretty sweet….

Via Geekologie

Diet Coke+Mentos+Video camera, round 2

August 12, 2008

Kid nearly gets his ass handed to him by a flying 2-liter bottle.

Woman pays firm at least $50,000 to clone puppies from her dead pitbull

August 6, 2008

Sad…..so, so, very sad…..This reminded me of a great post I read on one of my favorite blogs, Stuff White People LikeDogs had their own category….

This is all you need to know about the lady that shilled out $50k and sold her house for copies of a dead dog:

She sold her house in the United States to raise the $50,000 for RNL scientists to turn skin cells taken from Booger before he died two years ago into embryos carried by two surrogate dogs for two months until giving birth to the puppies last week.

“I had to make sacrifices and I dream of the day, some day when everyone can afford to clone their pet because losing a pet is a terrible, terrible loss to anyone.”