Archive for ‘Science’

November 12, 2019

150 Years of Nature

by duncanr

Nature has been publishing papers from different fields of research for 150 years. This video shows the increasingly interconnectivity and cross-fertilisation of these different fields of research over time

November 4, 2019

“Waiter, I need more ice!”

by allthoughtswork

Starts at 30 seconds in.

October 16, 2019

The Ghosts of the Forest: albino redwood trees

by allthoughtswork

October 10, 2019

Mansplaining is a warning signal of something as well

by allthoughtswork

Blunt Force Trauma To The Back Of The Hair Style

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October 8, 2019

Brits surf the River Severn bore

by allthoughtswork

Hundreds of spectators line the banks of the river Severn in Gloucestershire to watch surfers and kayakers riding a 4 star bore, September 30 2019. Bores are rated up to five and reach their highest peaks due to many factors including when the moon is closest overhead.

Fewer shark attacks, but a much higher chance of swallowing farm runoff. Surf bums must pick their battles.

October 4, 2019

The first rule of Mensa is you do NOT talk about Mensa

by allthoughtswork

Because if you do, the odds are pretty high you’re just angling for narcissistic points, which will get you punched. But a smart person would know that.

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September 24, 2019

Dead Men Talking

by allthoughtswork

The last doctor’s appointment you’ll ever have is with a medical examiner. WARNING: GRAPHIC

September 24, 2019

Think a levee is going to save you from rising water? Only if you’re rich

by allthoughtswork

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September 22, 2019

That’s mean, callin’ humans “bacteria”

by allthoughtswork

Destroying the planet one step at a time

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September 20, 2019

Why is blue so rare in nature?

by allthoughtswork