Yo quiero saberlo hoy
si me quedo o me voy…
- The typewriter: 1867-2011?
- “Take me to your petri dish”: how the search for ET & artificial biology unite forces to change our definition of Life.
- Soft-bodied robot takes a ‘Q’ from the caterpillar world in order to move fast (Video).
- Copyright for music and films? fine. But copyright for scientific journals? now that’s downright immoral!
- First impressions: what does the oldest cave drawings say about us –Us?? since when is artistic genius a collective endeavor?
- Taking a look to El Mirador*, the lost city of the Maya –(*) bilingual pun intended.
- Another Earth: a film that promises to take the Schrödinger cat out of the
- And just so that particle physicists don’t feel jealous and go all Doppler on us, here’s a (NSFW) peek at Antonio Banderas’ noir film The Big Bang (More).
- The brain really can be half asleep, researchers claim –a valid justification for annulment?
- Audio conversation between Mike Clelland & Greg Bishop. The audio quality is a little subpar, but the richness of the discussion is well worth it.
- My amigo Micah Hanks gets an encore appearance at the Paracast radio show.
- SLIders: the mystery of street light interference –in the muggle realm, that is.
- Passengers whined and airlines moaned, but grounding the planes due to the Icelandic volcano was the RIGHT thing to do.
- Was Chernobyl really worse than Fukushima –even if Mothman was nowhere in sight?
- Al Qaida assassin worked for MI6, according to Wikileaks. Remember back in those years when these sort of news actually shocked us?
- Red pill of the day: a zombie-proof house worthy of appearing in the pages of Wallpaper.
Many thanks to Greg & Kat
Quote of the Day:
“For all the weary souls grown bored with dreaming,
Whose thirst for Knowledge and for Beauty goes unslaked,
For all who long to wake from what is seeming,
And know what’s Real, and what is Real, to embrace”
Bill Hicks, Manifesto (fragment)