More Treasure Found on Ocean Floor

By | Aug 4, 2011

A team of researchers trolling for sunken treasure in the Baltic sea came across a radar anomaly on the ocean floor which bears a vague resemblance to the Millenium Falcon. The team isn’t sure what the object is, nor does it have a directive to investigate further; even still it has received donations to fund […]

The East Wants In

By | Nov 11, 2009

photo credit: ccwen7 Trying to identify the exact point where you’ve peaked and begun to decline is easy in hindsight but impossible while you’re living it. There is a lot of talk about the end of the recession, but the actual recovery seems to differ from region to region. Kind of like peak oil, it […]

Angry Monkey Planned to Hurt Zoo Visitors

By | Mar 15, 2009

photo credit: ianduffy Scientists are abuzz about the implications of recent actions by Santino, an alpha male chimpanzee at the Furuvik Zoo north of Stockholm. Santino, agitated by crowds of zoo visitors pointing and laughing at him during the day, created caches of weapons – rocks and cement discs – which he would use to […]

Atlantis Still Lost

By | Mar 11, 2009

photo credit: Webb Zahn In case anyone was wondering, Google didn’t actually find the lost city of Atlantis. The lines found off the coast of Africa were not submerged city blocks (which would have been 8 miles long!), but in fact “ship tracks” caused by sonar surveys. The oceans are the last “real” frontier – […]

Google Finds Lost City of Atlantis

By | Feb 22, 2009

photo credit: NickStenning Google is breaking down all of the frontier barriers and allowing us to discover parts of the world that would have otherwise gone un-noticed. This is collaborative research at its best – huge volumes of automatically collected data can be scrutinized by millions of people and discoveries made where smaller teams would […]

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