Last week, I wrote the Gigantic Ebola Outbreak FAQ. This week in Ebola, more people get infected, more people die, and Ebola reaches Nigeria. »
Don't LOOK at anything in a physics lab.
Don't TASTE anything in a chemistry lab.
Don't SMELL anything in a biology lab.
Don't TOUCH anything in a medical lab.
and, most importantly,
Don't LISTEN to anything in a philosophy department.»
The mystery ship in the image to your left has been found to be at least 240 years old. The remnants of the ship were discovered by construction workers back in 2010 whilst clearing out the area where the WTC once stood. Archaeologists began to excavate the ship shortly afterwards, and after sending pieces of the… »
This week's post lets you relive the gripping story of Tuesday Game Room again for the very first time, in stunning 1080p at 60FPS, with in-Kinja Cinematic Avatars and a complete bundle of TGR content. Will you be the last of us to comment on yet another edition of Tuesday Game Room? »
Tokyo ESP is the story of a teenage girl with the power to phase through solid objects and a teenage boy with the power to teleport who decide to become superheroes. So while I wouldn't have been surprised by an X-Men cameo, I certainly didn't expect the Ghostbusters to show up—especially as villains! »
For those unfamiliar with Dead Zebra, they put out figures regularly based on Android and revolving around certain themes. Sometimes it's horror movie classic characters, sometimes it's just random things. However, in keeping with SDCC and the general theme of it, this year's is related to superheroes and super… »
One thing there's no shortage of in Saga: creativity. Also, danger (obviously). But I wanted to lull you in with that bit about creativity. There's crap-tons of danger. But as we enter chapter two, Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples break out a solid cask of what-the-f*ckery. Join me, won't you? (Spoilers below.) »
Without further ado, here's some nerdy jokes to make us all chuckle and forget that it's only Tuesday. »
Deep sea hydrothermal vents, home to exotic forms of life that exist nowhere else on earth, are very close to being commercially mined for precious and rare-earth metals. This could have profound effects on the isolated ecosystems surrounding the vents, some of which have existed for millennia. »