All your science in here


#321

£50k on CDs, have you got room to store 50,000 CDs?


#322

Wheye aye. Going to 3d print a house for them in the permafrost!

Science… it is fucking everywhere…and nowhere.


#323

Science fiction and hoaxing of the very first order :grinning:


#324

Fill yer boots Olan

http://ciclops.org/ir_index_main/Cassini


#325

#326

Wow - how to grow a blond wig…:stuck_out_tongue:


#327

Could be well handy for a few round here :joy:


#328

The sudden application of a relatively small excess pressure over a relatively large area is often more exciting than people expect http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-41179132.

VB


#329

I daresay his eardrums are somewhat bolloxed.


#330

Is that the sciency word for it?


#331

Absofuckinglutely.


#332

There was a gang round here blowing up stand alone ATMs using the gas canisters from sodastreams. Here is a pic of the one outside my local chip shop


#333

adjusted


#334

Big solar flare this week

Leading to some spectacular displays:


#335

Been keeping my fingers crossed for a clear night but only cloud and rain for the last couple :frowning_face:


#336

Playing the didgeridoo has been shown to reduce the amount you snore. Cats actually are liquid and other weird and wonderful work honoured at the Ig Nobel awards.


#337

#338

“The poor Babel fish, by effectively removing all barriers to communication between different cultures and races, has caused more and bloodier wars than anything else in the history of creation.”

I love Douglas Adams :cry:


#339

#340

A delightful talk by one of the recent Nobel prizewinners for Chemistry. It takes great intelligence and profound knowledge to make something so complex accessible.