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Category: Weird Science

Researchers Invent Scale So Sensitive It Can Weigh a Single Proton

Researchers Invent Scale So Sensitive It Can Weigh a Single Proton

Let’s be honest, most of us prefer the scales in the bathroom to read on the low side. Who wants accuracy, when you can feel a bit better about yourself? I’ll tell you one group who…

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NASA Captures Gigantic Solar Tornado on Video

NASA Captures Gigantic Solar Tornado on Video

NASA always has an eye on the Sun and other parts of the solar system just in case something cool happens. Turns out that NASA caught a very cool phenomenon back in September of 2011. The…

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Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Plans to Lift Apollo 11 Engines from Bottom of the Ocean

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Plans to Lift Apollo 11 Engines from Bottom of the Ocean

Of all the things the United States has done in space, the Apollo 11 mission is the most famous and impressive to many. Apollo 11 was the mission that put Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong on…

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High-Tech Avalanche Research Team Helping to Create Better Ice Cream

High-Tech Avalanche Research Team Helping to Create Better Ice Cream

I think making better ice cream is science we can all get behind – unless you’re lactose intolerant. Researchers at the Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research in Davos, Switzerland are working with Nestlé to devise…

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Man “Recovering Well” from Most Extensive Face Transplant in History

Man “Recovering Well” from Most Extensive Face Transplant in History

An American man has had what doctors say is the most extensive face transplant in history. The man’s name is Richard Lee Norris and years ago he suffered massive facial injuries in a gun accident. The…

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New Plastic Bleeds When Damaged, Heals When Exposed to Light: Tupperware 2.0

New Plastic Bleeds When Damaged, Heals When Exposed to Light: Tupperware 2.0

We’ve seen circuitry that can heal itself. Now there’s a new kind of plastic that can not only heal but “bleed” as well. It has small molecular links that break when it’s cut or scratched, causing…

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Denver Zoo Has a Truck Powered by Poo

Denver Zoo Has a Truck Powered by Poo

If there’s one thing that a zoo has in an abundance, it’s poop. You only have to wonder to the elephant or rhinoceros enclosures to see the mass quantities of poo zoo animals can produce. The…

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Debris Forces ISS Crew into Escape Ships

Debris Forces ISS Crew into Escape Ships

There’s suprisingly little empty space left in low Earth orbit these days. This is in part due to the ever-growing number of satellites orbiting the planet. Most of the debris orbiting the planet includes defunct satellites…

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James Cameron Completes Historic Mariana Trench Deep Sea Dive

James Cameron Completes Historic Mariana Trench Deep Sea Dive

Remember how we were just talking about James Cameron’s historic attempt to dive to the deepest point in the ocean? Well, I’m happy to report that he not only made it to the bottom of the…

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Einstein Archives Go Online Sharing Genius with Us Normal Folk

Einstein Archives Go Online Sharing Genius with Us Normal Folk

Albert Einstein was a scientific bad-ass. I think we can all agree on that. Einstein gave us theories that explain some of the most unexplainable things about our universe. Scientists still live by many of his…

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MIT Camera Can See Around Corners with Frickin’ Lasers

MIT Camera Can See Around Corners with Frickin’ Lasers

If you take anything and tell me it uses laser beams, you have my attention. MIT has a very cool new camera that they’ve been working on it uses lasers to allow it to take photos…

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Bird Man Flies with Homemade Wings?

Bird Man Flies with Homemade Wings?

Jarno Smeets is either one bad-ass geek or a bold-faced liar. This dude appears to have created one of my lifelong dreams using kite fabric and engineering prowess. Smeets has built for himself and one pair…

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Artist Creates Indoor Clouds Using Humidifiers and Fog Machines

Artist Creates Indoor Clouds Using Humidifiers and Fog Machines

Clouds are those puffy white balls of cotton that hang in the air far above us. Unfortunately, only those select few who grew wings because of radiation exposure can fully enjoy them. Sure, we can all…

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Daredevil Makes Successful Practice Jump from 71,000+ Feet

Daredevil Makes Successful Practice Jump from 71,000+ Feet

Back in February I mentioned Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner. This is the crazy man who plans to jump out of a balloon from about 120,000 feet in an attempt to set a world record and break…

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Armageddon It: A Nuke Really Could Save the World from an Asteroid

Armageddon It: A Nuke Really Could Save the World from an Asteroid

Back in the late 90s, Bruce Willis was in a flick called Armageddon. This was a movie in which an asteroid was hurling towards Earth and we had to scramble to destroy it before it made…

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Nanoscale 3D Printing Renders Tiny Race Car and More

Nanoscale 3D Printing Renders Tiny Race Car and More

3D printers are changing the world – now on a microscopic scale as well. Researchers at the Vienna University of Technology have perfected printing 3D objects at the nanoscale and it looks like they are having…

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