Well…not exactly. But the reasons why not are interesting.
Also: “meat-eor”. I couldn’t resist the pun.
If Reed Richards could be said to have a credo…
Then there was that time my friend Matt reblogged my friend Adam talking about a thing that all three of us think is awesome. And it was over 20,000 reblogs by the time I saw it.
…my life is weird.
Orange you looking for a new kind of battery? - Nell
Caleb Charland doesn’t use your average lighting set up for his photographs. Instead, he harnesses the power within fruits, vegetables, and other foods.
His latest project was powered by a single orange, which used iron nails to conduct the electricity. The photo above required a 14 hour exposure!
Photos of Homegrown Organic Batteries
…this would have been epic to do with the Thanksgiving turkey this year.
This is the most inspirational thing I’ve seen in a long, long time.
Warren Ellis discusses the future.
Four ways to cook your turkey, from NASA.
There are actual recipes at the linked site.
I don’t know if I’m more disturbed or impressed that this still makes sense.
Utterly gorgeous video of NASA and ISS images stacked and animated. Earth glows, stars spin.
Practical upshot: cloning long-extinct animals is impossible. Science has disproved Jurassic Park. Sadness.
Absolute zero is the coldest temperature possible; all atomic motion stops completely. There’s an upper limit to heat, too. Watch this, it’s fascinating.