What are you waiting for?
What are you waiting for?
This is basically like muggles knowing how to use “wingardium leviosa”. Which is mind blowing.
You may not have heard of these women, but we owe them so much.
From throughout the ages.
Most of these ideas seem crazy, but at least we have options if things really go downhill.
Blossom grew up to be so cool.
deGrasse Tyson-Nye 2016, anyone?
These are not cases of misunderstood genius. They are famously brilliant scientists who went above and beyond to proudly wave two middle fingers in the face of reason.
Just a bunch of scientists having a good time. Pranks seem so much more official when everyone’s wearing lab coats and protective goggles. Watch Video ›
A group of scientists discuss what might happen if someone could stick their hand in the beam of the Large Hadron Collider. Short answer: They don’t know, but it wouldn’t feel good. View List ›
Maybe moderate drinkers are just healthier to begin with.
Quick, call your dad! Scientists are one step closer to finding a cure for baldness after identifying a gene that might cause hair loss. This is great news for all of us because, well, look around you. By the age of 60 two out of three men you see will be affected by it. Read More ›
The scientists behind the “Star Wars” defense system are turning their brain beams towards mosquitoes, with hopes of fighting the spread of malaria. The whole thing sounds absolutely doomsday terrifying if you’re a mosquito, where they lure you in with goat blood and then ZAP you’re toast. Promising for the human race, though. Read More ›
Albert Einstein’ has a messy desk - click to see the picture that proves it. Hopefully this picture will make you feel better about being a total slob. View Image ›
Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak is closer to being realized than you think. Scientists have developed what they are calling a “metamaterial,” a three-dimensional fabric that can reverse the natural direction of light. While still in its early stages of development, researchers say that the material could very well yield the world’s first actual (i.e. not in a sci-fi novel) invisibility cloak. Now would be a good time to start recording those “fly on the wall” fantasies. Read More ›
John Redmond 5 years ago
Study by Argentinian scientists investigates effects of bovine produced methane on global warming. And it’s frickin’ dangerous!…With cows emitting between 8,000 and 1,000 liters of the gas a day, and methane absorbing 23 times more heat than carbon dioxide, we have finally identified the real source of global warming. Get on it Al Gore. Read More ›