Tagged: science

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Hitler’s Jurassic monsters

This is the untold story of a Nazi vision, that went far beyond the military conquest of European countries. As part of their crazed dream to create a thousand-year Reich they developed detailed blueprints...

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A Brief History of Time

Watch Errol Morris’s A Brief History of Time, the 1991 biographical documentary film about Stephen Hawking. The title derives from Hawking’s 1988 bestselling book in which he attempts to explain a range of subjects in cosmology, including the Big Bang,...

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The Universe in 4 Minutes

Funny thing about sub-atomic particles, sometimes they behave as waves other times as particles depending how they’re feeling and whether or not they’re on their period.  Anyway, nothing means anything and we’re all gonna...

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I started doing the “hand thing”

Old jewels are never forgotten. Evolution of the human hand: the role of throwing and clubbing It has been proposed that the hominid lineage began when a group of chimpanzee-like apes began to throw...

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Toothpaste Tips and Myths

Anti-cavity: This claim is pretty cut and dried—and trustworthy. If toothpaste contains fluoride, it helps prevent cavities by several mechanisms, including remineralizing tooth enamel so it can be more resistant to the acid produced...

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Mariana Trench Jellyfish

When you think you’ve seen everything… The Mariana Trench is located in western Pacific Ocean. It is about 2,550 kilometres long with an average width of 69 kilometres. It is the deepest part of the world’s...

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In perfect isolation here behind my wall

Sitting quietly, doing nothing, Spring comes, and the grass grows by itself. Zenrin-Kushū Sitting and smiling in a corner for 4 hours straight. When you’ve got too much time on your hands or how...