Though I saw it all around
Never thought I could be affected
Thought that we'd be the last to go
It is so strange the way things turn

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Linkee-poo is all breathless

Some of these may be time limited, so posting earlier than I would.

Ideomancer is looking for slush readers.

There's a new generation of blimps about to take off in Akron. And you can win a trip on it by entering the naming contest.

There's an auction of rare books of science and astronomy, and the auction house has shared some of the pages. I just love this stuff. Also, as a side note, you see the guy with the eyes all over him on the first page photo? Yea, he's in the WIP (ver minor character, but I love what he does in the story). (Grokked from Matt Staggs)

Sure, you've probably heard about how we saw tell-tale signs of gravity wave, which helps prove the Inflationary Theory of the Big Bang. But have you seen the video of when Dr. Andrei Dmitriyevich Linde, one of the main authors of the inflationary universe theory, got the news? (Grokked from Leah Bobet)

Doctors are using 3D printers in healthcare. They just printed a tracheal splint to help a baby breath better.

In a move that surprises no one, science deniers go batshit over Cosmos. (Grokked from Jason Sandford)

Older workers are working longer. Because they have to.

As I've said before, I can't believe we're still fighting these battles. Way to go Michigan. Ohio had become the joke they wanted to avoid, but you've saved Ohio from being a statewide Cleveland joke by going off the deep end of bats hit insane. Thanks. Also, something to keep in mind the next time you hear a conservative talk about fiscal issues. They don't give a crap about that. The Republican party, today, has been taken over by the lunatics Ronald Reagan brought in as a reliable voting block.

Tweet of my heart: @OhNoSheTwitnt Once Fred Phelps dies how many horcruxes does Ann Coulter have left?

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