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Isn’t it amazing that something as well-known as Stonehenge can still have things discovered about it? It’s like the controversy over the age of The Great Sphinx of Giza. Egyptologists say it was built about 2900BC, but geologists look at … Continue reading
Toys coming alive when we aren’t looking can be a great starting point for a story. Here is a wonderful stop motion movie from Poland in the 1930’s. I would place this somewhere between Henry Selick and the seriously weird … Continue reading
This interesting article about pronouns written by a psycholinguist about makes me think of a classic exchange.
Recommended by Terence Tao, one of my favorite math bloggers. From his Google Buzz feed
The Bohr-Einstein debates on the underpinnings of QM – as enacted by dog puppets. Paul Ehrenfest is a hedgehog and Dirac (my favorite mathematical physicist) is an elephant. Silly and well done. I give it 4 stars. “It would be … Continue reading
Drinky Crow’s Tony Millionaire draws today’s Achewood. Only for those who are already fans, I suspect.
Doesn’t this just make you happy? I want a gigantic lime-and-eggplant-colored sombrero, too.
Two years ago I was at the Convention Center in Honolulu with my robotics team, and at the same time an Anime convention was happening at an upper level set of rooms in the center. It was wild to see … Continue reading