Nature just released this video, in conjunction with this study by researchers in Providence. [youtube]ogBX18maUiM[/youtube]
The other day I watched Daft Punk’s Around the World video for the first time in a couple years, so naturally ended up watching a number of their vids and stumbled upon this amazing homemade video to DP’s Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (trust me, be patient, it doesn’t really start until about 40 seconds in,
At first, Michael Bay thought that a Transformers movie sounded like “a dumb idea”. Then he had an epiphany . . . in Pawtucket. What helped persuade Mr. Bay to take the first “Transformers” movie — which in 2007 took in more than $700 million worldwide at the box office, and whose sequel, “Transformers: Revenge
In celebration of the exciting new Transformers flick coming out tomorrow (or at midnight, if you’re awesome like me) dig this bad ass track and video by Maja. You can follow my dorky thoughts on the Transformers franchise all week over at Bread and Roses.
Socialists say AFTER SIX wonderful years, it’s hard to say goodbye to Battlestar Galactica (BSG), the most intelligent, provocative, unexpected and downright gods-damn enjoyable television series of our time. And after four seasons of mind-bending ambiguity, complexity and possibility, it has to be said that the end was a disappointment. The extended episode seemed rushed,
We’re getting so damn close… A laboratory robot called Adam has been hailed as the first machine in history to have discovered new scientific knowledge independently of its human creators. Adam formed a hypothesis on the genetics of bakers’ yeast and carried out experiments to test its predictions, without intervention from its makers at Aberystwyth
This post is next to worthless for anybody to whom it is news, as you shouldn’t start watching the show with only three episodes left. (I’d begin with the introductory miniseries, which has a kick-ass opening, but also about an hour of fat. Be patient, and trust that things will improve.) I’ve not been so