Tag: humor

The Face in your Bellybutton

Somehow, I missed out on being part of an excellent experiment at SciOnline a few weeks ago. A group of scientists and science communicators have teamed up to explore the “wildlife of the body” through Belly Button Diversity. They took…

I survived 2012

This is a little overdue, but I need to report that I did sit through the 2 hour and 38 minute *facepalm* experience that was the movie 2012.  I was invited by Christian, and well, there’s no better way to…

Another Defense of Science

I was taking a break the other day and following some fun Twitter links to a story about Eddie Izzard’s marathon of marathons, which is a really cool and inspiring story.  (Sorry, I don’t remember who tweeted it first!) This…

A Truly "Dirty Job"

I’ve been working on lots of good (hopefully) stuff for work and also on a longer post of some importance… but a distraction is needed. Sent to me by the lovely Gail, it’s Mike Rowe, of Discovery Channel’s “Dirty Jobs,”…

Carnival of Space #92

Wow, aren’t you lucky. This week we have a jam-packed carnival and sideshow at The Launch Pad! Go and read all the great articles from around the space-blogosphere, from crashing satellites to space geeks and Europa to space mosquitoes. And……

The Chuck Norris of Astrophysics

I’m not a fan of Chuck Norris, so I’m glad to see his fact list superseded by someone much cooler, particularly, an astrophysicist! Check out the list of Dave Green Facts, written up by some smart and creative students at…

A God Gene?

John Cleese explains. Man, he is so amazing. After watching that, laughing hysterically, then watching it with my friend, I went to check my Gmail and strangely enough I see this headline in the reader above it: “Human Infidelity Linked…