After the draining events of Thursday (the bloody slap-fest between “Twilight” fans and all the other nerds will surely be exhausting to all), Friday is a moderate reprieve in terms of the Movies/TV arena. Oh, there are still massive events happening.
Evolutionary biologists have never known what to make of viruses, arguing over their origins for decades. But a newly discovered group of giant viruses, called Klosneuviruses, could be a 'missing link' that helps to settle the debate — or provoke even.
You read that right. According to a new survey sponsored by the National Science Foundation, about a quarter of American adults evidently have been left behind by the Copernican revolution. Which began almost half a millennium ago and ended 200 years.
Or, at least you can imagine it for 101 minutes by watching Is Genesis History?, a documentary released as a DVD a week ago ... were able to shut me up with arguments I couldn’t answer here. That is, they shut me up until I had a chance to look into.
His throat and arms, also hit, are okay, too. The chairman of auction house Sotheby’s has been shot in the face during a grouse shoot. Henry Wyndham would have been blinded had he not been wearing glasses when the accident occurred last Monday, the first.
Model builder and Kotaku reader Kevin Derken is back with a new original creation: some Totoro figures made from spare parts leftover from Maschinen Krieger model kits. He made four different versions, each based on a classic Maschinen Krieger paint scheme.
For an illustration, consider a recent skirmish between Skeptic editor Michael Shermer and Mother Jones writer Chris Mooney. Shermer, whose political views lean toward libertarianism, wrote a column for Scientific American titled “The Liberal War on.
The Goodwood Revival, counterpart to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, is all about vintage cars, as its name describes. Held over the course of three days at the Goodwood Circuit instead of on Charles Gordon-Lennox, the 11th Duke of Richmond’s driveway.
Then seemingly out of the blue, the eclipse site became unhidden Friday afternoon, Feb. 21. WND is now seeking further comment from NASA on the website’s return, and if public demand played any part. Pastor Biltz, author of the brand-new book and DVD.
De La Soul performs at a Spotify event in New York in 2016. Music streaming service Spotify no longer officially supports Apple’s Safari browser, and Safari users who attempt to access it say they are being redirected to use another browser or download.