Category Archives: science

Anti-Matter

c/o Wired – This is called a bolometer, or a “dark matter detector”, and it’s just one of coolest-looking things I’ve ever seen. The concept of an infinite source of power being drawn from the polar reverse of the very … Continue reading

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oh yeah…

I always forget about this and most of the time it sits unused at apparently taking up space, but last night I gave it a new layout and wrote something. I refuse to not use it because I love the … Continue reading

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So I’ve got…

…some sort of new project. “All Hail Imminent Destruction!” I nerd out even more than usual, if that’s possible. Check it.

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The inevitability of data rot

“Should You Worry About Data Rot?“ from The New York Times online.

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Busted, you might say?

Because Mythbusters is awesome and I love the show and the guys, you should watch this video. No, there’s no explosion, but it’s just as interesting.  At least I think it’s interesting.

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So much for teenage mutant ninjas…

Watching extinction happen in real-time is probably one of the least-fun things to do ever. But make no mistake: had the turtles bred, it would still require Panglossian optimism to think of the species’ future in anything but the bleakest … Continue reading

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