The national animal of Scotland is the unicorn.
Airing TONIGHT (February 16, 2010) on PBS! The film is "MINE," part of the Independent Lens series on PBS.
What's the next name in the following series?
Claudia, Thelma, Elizabeth,
Eleanor, Anne, ________?
Here is the SOLUTION.
They're the first names of the Fir
There are very few truly uncontacted peoples left in the world -- that is, people who have never been colonized or settled or had their mineral rights exploited, who know virtually nothing of the outs
A video of Apolo Ohno in training sheds some light on how speed skating is done. It still seems fairly impossible to actually do.
6 Man-Made Natural Disasters Just Waiting to Happen.
The Winter Olympics are in full swing, which can be as confusing as it is exciting.
A lot of people know Tom Waits' music -- his bassy growl of a voice, clanking rhythm sections and anachronistic, wheezing accordions and harmoniums sound like no one else.
You've no doubt heard about the terrible luge accident that took place before the Olympics' opening ceremony this weekend "“ while on a training run, Georgian Nodar Kumaritashvili was t
IBM has created a supercomputer that plays the TV game show Jeopardy. In English. And yes, it buzzes in.
Did you do anything special for Valentine's Day? Already planning next year's romantic adventure?
World War I ended nearly 100 years ago, but in some places along what used to be the Western Front, in France and Belgium and near the Swiss border, the shadow of death and danger cast by that war liv
Whatever happened to home trash compactors?
The other night I was watching the Valentines episode of The Office and had to pause the TiVo.
If you've ever noticed that most relationships go through a brief period of intense sexual attraction that eventually morphs into intimate cuddling sessions, you may have been observing a couple&
The nine white squares inside the main red grid should be filled with the digits 1 through 9. Each digit should appear only once in this main grid. Two of these numbers are already provided for you.
"Crash Blossoms" are ambiguous headlines that can be quite funny. There's even a blog that collects them. (via Metafilter)
We May Soon Be Able to Clone Neanderthals. But Should We?