Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Notes for sick day:

  • Hydrogen is an odorless colorless gas which, given enough time, turns into people. A great quote that makes a so-so poster.
  • This might be the most interesting photograph of an interstellar object I've ever seen. There were links yesterday about this being a 'spaceship-shaped' object, and I think there was a joke there. I don't get it, and I don't see it. However, it does look cool. People who presumably know are thinking it is the remnants of a recent collision.
  • Dr. Andrew Wakefield is a bastard who is (and I am not even remotely kidding about this) killing kids. But at least his 'big paper' is now retracted. And BA summarizes reasons why he sucks nicely.
  • A really big snake? Long dead? Ok...sounds good. But the picture alone here is worth a link.
  • I don't care what anyone else says. It is really hard to find a way to justify the construction of dams environmentally. Here's another example. What the heck are we supposed to do with these frogs now?
  • Wolverines may be one of the first big "climate change" casualties that gets any attention. After all, it's a large-bodied mammal. What it lacks in cuddleness, it makes up for with an awesome name.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Never put off till tomorrow what may be done today..........................