A paper published in the Journal of Food Science called The Quantification of Pizza Baking Properties of Different Cheeses, and Their Correlation with Cheese Functionality examined how properties of different cheeses contributed to the appearance of pizza.
Teams of scientists reveal that the long mysterious x-ray glow suffusing space is mostly from a bubble our solar system is in which was caused by ancient supernova explosions.
Yes, we live in a bubble. It is called The Local Hot Bubble (or put less thermodynamically, The Local Bubble).
The American Indians would use 100% of the buffalo they killed. Remember that “fact” from 3rd grade? Turns out it is wrong, there were plenty of remnants. So when Steve takes the raw footage (hence the buffalo) and decides which items will make the final cut the show (hence saving the useful parts, leaving the remnants) among the remains are some interesting news items. So instead of having them go to waste, why not use some of them as part a blog post series? Yes, conservation is a good thing!
The clear bubble is like a built-in scuba mask; the glowing green orbs are the barreleye’s eyes which point upward. The two spots above the mouth (that your brain is telling you are eyes) are nares, or the fishy olfactory nerves that are rather like nostrils.
A possible culprit in a recent nuclear waste disposal accident was the switch from inorganic to organic cat litter used to neutralize the waste. Someone apparently wanted to be “greener.”
Type 1a Supernovas are as fascinating as they are mysterious. New evidence points to a more likely origin for them involving two white dwarf stars colliding. This news was quite a surprise to me. Before I get into it, let’s lay some groundwork to set the cosmic scene. Supernovas are exploding stars. That was easy
Novel yet mysterious electronic materials with tremendous potential can now be examined at the atomic level potentially speeding up the creation of tomorrow’s electronic wonders
Todays electronics are marvels of engineering and computer science. Yet, the potential of materials other than modern semconductors could greatly exceed the usual “That’s Cool” reaction and bring it to a new level I’ll call the “Holy Crap” range.
Another week, another batch of ridiculous things people have been saying. This week features statements pertaining to Robin Williams, the public education environment, UFO’s, life after death, and haunted dolls. Without further delay, here were the top 5 most ridiculous comments from the past week: