Posts tagged "science"
Heidi Klum's Sexy Muscles

Heidi Klum’s Sexy Muscles

Is it just me, or do you think this is how she should roll up to EVERY red-carpet event from now on? Egh..either way, her costume is better than yours.

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Morning Physics

Morning Physics

Fifteen uncoupled simple pendulums of monotonically increasing lengths dance together to produce visual traveling waves, standing waves, beating, and (seemingly) random motion. Science is beautiful.

Video courtesy of Harvard Natural Sciences Lecture Demonstrations

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CERN: Light Speed May Have Been Exceeded By Subatomic Particle

CERN: Light Speed May Have Been Exceeded By Subatomic Particle

After only a short period of time from when they fired up the machine that caused the Black-Hole Panic of 2010, CERN researches have discovered what could possible be the genesis of light-speed travel.

European researchers said they clocked… Read the rest

Hipster Microbes

Hipster Microbes

And you thought it was something new…

Artist Injects Herself With Horse Blood

Artist Injects Herself With Horse Blood

Marion Laval-Jeantet was injected with horse blood plasma, and strapped on some hooves to prance around in. Sounds like a solid Saturday night.

Laval-Jeantet prepared her body to accept the horse blood plasma by getting injected with different horse immunoglobulins… Read the rest

Vintage Drug Identification Kit

Vintage Drug Identification Kit

Back when our young minds were still being shaped and manipulated, a D.A.R.E office would come to our classroom and explain the dangers of drug use. He used this visual aid to help us understand what’s what in… Read the rest

What Will Really Happen in 2012?

What Will Really Happen in 2012?

At the World Science Festival 2011 in NYC, Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson, the astrophysicist and always-enthusiastic science communicator breaks down the reality behind the rumors and myths of 2012.

For more information on future programs, and more videos… Read the rest

Tiny Universe

Tiny Universe

It’s the little things in life….

Star Spotted Emmiting Epic Water Jets Into Space

Star Spotted Emmiting Epic Water Jets Into Space

The Herschel Telescope captured this sunlike protostar emitting massive jets of gas into space at speeds up to 124,000 miles per hour. The photo captured is truly amazing.

The star was found by ESA’s Herschel Space Observatory, which was able… Read the rest

The Big Foreplay

The Big Foreplay

I love when life’s big questions have such simple answers. Your move Olga.

World Science Festival NYC

World Science Festival NYC

The World Science Festival returns to New York City June 1-5, 2011 with a sweeping array of cutting-edge science programs designed to make the esoteric understandable and the familiar fascinating. The world’s leading scientific minds will be joined by… Read the rest

Child Mummy Sacrifice

Child Mummy Sacrifice

They are perfectly preserved child mummies unearthed on top of a volcano in northwest Argentina. As young as 6 years old, these three children were chosen to die as an Incan sacrifice to their gods.

More pics and videos at… Read the rest

The iPad Was Predicited In 1994

The iPad Was Predicited In 1994

Back in 1994, this video entitled The Tablet Newspaper: A Vision of the Future was released. It talked about the future of media, and how we will be receiving it. It shows us that the great minds and forward… Read the rest

Conservatives and Liberals Have Different Brain Anatomy

Conservatives and Liberals Have Different Brain Anatomy

According to a new study, your brain anatomy determine’s your political views. Feel free to blame FOX NEWS as long as you want though.

Cognitive neuroscientist Ryota Kanai and colleagues at University College London recruited 90 student volunteers and… Read the rest

Epic Rap Battles of History: Einstein vs Stephen Hawking

Epic Rap Battles of History: Einstein vs Stephen Hawking

These geniuses are throwin down hard, but I can’t decide on who won.

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