Science geeks, nerds and wonks have been going at it hammer and test tube.
Cars that run on air! A new state of matter! Mass whale grave! 74 more words
Lately, Boyfriend has become enamored with the versatility of gelatin, and turns any produce he can get his hands on into jelly or jello. The results are mostly of the orgasmic-explosion-of-flavors-in-mouth type, but every now and then, they are also just plain weird. 973 more words
It has been argued by others before me (most notably the American astronomer Allan Sandage) that our modern view of cosmology began in 1925 when an unknown and relatively young researcher working at California’s Mount Wilson Observatory proved that those distant smudges of light in the night sky were not small nebulae residing within our galaxy, but rather large and separate galaxies of stars, much like our own Milky Way but tremendously distant. 359 more words