Thursday, December 22, 2005

End of the period.

A quite frankly fascinating article about birth control and the relevance of menstruation to the modern, non-child bearing woman.

Scientists discover two new rings around Uranus.

Laff riot.

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Robot Demonstrates Self Awareness

A robot at the Meiji University in Japan has been developed that can tell the difference between it's own image and that of a different robot mimicing it.

Baby step, man.

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Mystery Object Orbits Earth

"Something odd is circling our planet. It's small, perhaps only 60-ft long, and rotates once every minute or so. Amateur astronomer Bill Yeung first spotted the 16th magnitude speck of light on Sept. 3rd in the constellation Pisces. He named it J002E3."

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Rat brains fly planes

Finally, scientists have been able to grow a rat brain that is capable of flying level in a F-22 flight similator. Whew.