When dragonflies mate, their tails form a heart.
I think I'm living in the cat Bermuda Triangle. It seems like every day, another one goes missing, and another 150 missing cat posters decorate the trees and phone poles in my neighborhood.
I've been on a riddle kick recently, so we'll close off the work week with a favorite:
What starts with an E,
ends with an E,
usually contains one letter,
but is NOT the letter E ?
It's not a tumor, it's a towel!
In 1983, surgeons at the Asahi General Hospital in Chiba prefecture near Tokyo performed ulcer surgery and unknowingly left a surgical towel inside the patie
40 years after he witnessed the assassination of RFK, David Steiner regains his idealism by teaching a new generation.
Maybe you've noticed... there are a lot of people in the United States. But even with a population of 304,260,083 (so says the U.S.
Does ketchup go well with octopus? Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick is about to find out.
In the past, "Feel Art Again" has covered only pre-1900 artists and works of art.
We've blogged about the relationship between height and pay before, as well as height and electability, but I've just come across a four-year-old New Yorker article on height and how it'
Maybe it's all the news of "Anonymous" protests against Scientology that have been dominating the blogs lately, but it seems the word "cult" is on a lot of people's minds
Was it the automobile? Was it lead from paint? Was it poor water conditions? No — it was horse pollution.
I visited a local hardware store today and bough popcorn and diet soda... not typical hardware store purchases.
My local public radio station KUSC ran a feature not too long ago naming the 10 composers who banked the most money over the course of their careers.
I remind my children to stretch out their arms and legs to move as much water as they can while swimming. That's the easy way.
Top 10 Scientists Killed or Injured by Their Experiments (plus one). These stories are cautionary, inspiring, and bizarre at the same time.
The History of Guerrilla Marketing.
Danny Hillis is best known for his Connection Machine, a massively parallel supercomputer that led to breakthroughs in computational science and parallel computing.