Twitpic of Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA from the ISS on Jan 30, 2010. Credit Astronaut Soichi Noguch
NASA Extends the World Wide Web Out Into Space HOUSTON — Astronauts aboard the International Space Station received a special software upgrade this week – personal access to the Internet and the World Wide Web via the ultimate wireless connection. Expedition 22 Flight Engineer T.J. Creamer made first use of the new system Friday, when … Continue reading “Astronauts now able to access porn from space”
Anthrax Found In Drums Linked To Infected Woman US health officials have confirmed samples from a pair of African drums used in a drumming circle attended by a New Hampshire woman who is severely ill in hospital with gastrointestinal anthrax have tested positive for the deadly bacterium. The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human … Continue reading “Woman caught anthrax from drums”
Atom-smasher sets world energy record The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiment on the French-Swiss border has set a new world record for energy. The LHC pushed the energy of its particle beams beyond one trillion electron volts, making it the world’s highest-energy particle accelerator. Researchers working on the collider have said they are delighted with … Continue reading “And yet the world continues to exist”
The Collider, the Particle and a Theory About Fate Then it will be time to test one of the most bizarre and revolutionary theories in science. I’m not talking about extra dimensions of space-time, dark matter or even black holes that eat the Earth. No, I’m talking about the notion that the troubled collider is … Continue reading “Bizarre Physics News”
Science Project Fail Hypothesis: I predict that the fatest worm will blow up the quickest & blow up more GUTS! Is that a Confederate flag in the lower right hand corner? WTF?
…they somehow manage to be at least a little bit evil. For example: Microsoft has put the Richard Feynman Messenger Series of lectures online. Which is definitely a good thing. Unfortunately, Silverlight is required to access the content of this page. Which wouldn’t be so bad, but this page doesn’t work with Moonlight. Apparently, we … Continue reading “Even when Microsoft tries to do good…”