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Moss Graffiti: Environmentally Sound Street Art (How-To Guide)

On June 7, 2013 by Tim Newman

Moss graffiti is taking off in the States. It’s one of the few forms of street art that is actively good for the environment. I wonder what the legal status would be? Is...

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Lizard Found On Mars By Curiosity Rover

Lizard Found On Mars and Other Martian Nonsense

On May 30, 2013 by Tim Newman

A photo went up on the UFO Sightings Daily blog the other day, which “shows” a lizard on Mars. Before you laugh too hard, look at the picture below, then you can have...

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Water Stream With 24Hz Soud Vibration - Mad Science

What Happens When You Run A Tap Next To A 24Hz Sound Wave?

On May 23, 2013 by Tim Newman

This video showing water misbehaving for the camera will make your brain hurt. One of the Youtube commenters writes underneath that it’s like they’ve found a glitch in the matrix. Maybe they have?...

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Albino Animals: A Photo Collection

On May 21, 2013 by Tim Newman

Albinism, also called achromia, achromasia, and achromatosis is the lack, or partial lack of pigment from the skin. It’s congenital, and caused by a defect in the enzyme tyrosinase, which plays a role...

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The First Milliseconds After An Atom Bomb Blast

On May 11, 2013 by Tim Newman

The following three photographs were taken of an atomic bomb detonated by the military as part of the “Tumbler Snapper” test series. They were taken by Harold Eugene Edgerton (1903-1990), an all-round bright...

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Volcanic Smoke Rings - Stromboli’ s volcano - Lazer Horse - Rare Picture - Series

Did You Know Volcanoes Can Blow Smoke Rings?

On May 6, 2013 by Tim Newman

I watched one of those overly dramatic “weird weather” type programs recently, and they mentioned volcanoes producing smoke rings. Initially, I was skeptical because it sounded too brilliant to be part of the...

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Icelandic Anti-Incest App

On April 19, 2013 by Tim Newman

Iceland has a population of 320,000 people, which is roughly the same as Wigan or Coventry, except they’re spread over 40,000 square miles. Iceland was a barren rock until a group of hardy...

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How Do You Clean Your Teeth In Space?

On April 18, 2013 by Tim Newman

The International Space Station (ISS) has been whipping around the Earth tens of times a day for decades. Canadian astronaut Colonel Chris Hadfield spent some time up there, conducting experiments and staring out...

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Rainbow Mountains: Danxia Formations In China

On April 18, 2013 by Tim Newman

The Danxia formation is situated roughly 600 miles west of Shanghai, in the Gansu province of China. They stretch for hundreds of miles, covering almost 10% of mainland China’s surface area. Some of these regions...

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Apollo 10 Official Transcript: Turds In Space

On April 15, 2013 by Tim Newman

The Apollo 10 space mission was a successful dry run in advance the moon mission. They got within 9 nautical miles of the moon’s surface, but never touched down. The onboard technology worked...

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