Cars that I would drive. [link]
How to mess with a cicada's head.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson talks about the asteroid Apophis. The satellite will pass Earth in 2029 within the orbit of our communication satellite. You'll also see why he's one of the most famous modern astronomers. You know around 2029 someone will make a disaster film called "Apophis".
In about 3 billion years the Milky Way galaxy and the Andromeda galaxy will collide. An outside observer with a billion year life span would see something like this happen.
You may have heard about PZ Myers' (and some 200+ friends) visit to the Creation Museum. This is the museum that claims science backs up a literal translation of the Bible. Instead of posting about his trip I'm going to post John Scalzi's much more entertaining report of his visit two years ago. [link]
Republican myths about the pending health care bill. [link]
Physical interface for a hologram. [link]
A name your favorite quote thread. [link]
Follow up on the alien rock on Mars. [link]
This guy seemed not to like the G.I. Joe movie. [link]
Laurel and Hardy dance to The Gap Band.
Dating advice for atheists. (2 videos) [link]
Trailer for the latest movie from Terry Gilliam and, oddly enough, Heath Ledger.
AMC to make a TV series from the Walking Dead comic book. Issue one can be read here.
Spiderman musical canceled. Read how much they put into it here.
Game: Silent Conversation. A side scrolling game where the platforms are made from the text of a story. You need to at least play "The Nameless City" by H.P. Lovecraft. [link]
Corrupted coloring book art. [link]
Game: A crossword puzzle without clues. [link]
A Styrofoam planet spotted in a backward orbit. [link]
Sidewalk Economy: Free market in Baltimore. [link]
Mind control fungus. [link]
I think I saw this movie.
Picture from the meteor shower. [link]
Living bridges of India. [link]
Old pictures made from hundreds of soldiers. [link]
Kevin Smith recalls his days visiting strip clubs. [link]
Finally, a way to connect your iPod directly to the bones of your ear. [link]
...and help deaf people hear or something. Beats that Bluetooth earpiece all to hell.
You remember moving sidewalks in sci-fi stories? Here's why we don't have them. We tried them, but... [link]
You don't remember? Here. They made a radio broadcast of "The Roads Must Roll" for X-Minus One in 1954. [link]
Trailer for the movie "Legion." [link]
I may have to leave Yummy at home. This movie will freak her out.