Researchers at the University of Manchester say they have cracked the secret of one of the reptile world's greatest climbers, the gecko, and produced a sticky tape that can mimic the lizard's gravity-defying abilities.
Tuesday, Jun 3rd 2003 (2:25pm)
This story here means one of three things.
1. It's a hoax
2. The world as we know it will change for the better.
3. The beginning of machines turning us into energy, making The Wachowskis better than the psychic hotline!
I'm hoping it's 2.
Tuesday, Apr 22nd 2003 (12:13am)
Believe it or not, some chemists do have a sense of humour, and this page is a testament to that. Here we'll show you some real molecules that have unusual, ridiculous or downright silly names.
Wednesday, Apr 2nd 2003 (6:44am)
A group of Japanese scientists has transplanted the brain of a baby rat into the thigh of a grown-up rat as an experiment to see if brain tissue can survive if its blood supply is cut off for a while. This is disturbing for SO many reasons.
Tuesday, Dec 3rd 2002 (12:07am)
The Bureau of Missing Socks is the first organization solely devoted to solving the question of what happens to missing single socks. It explores all aspects of the phenomena including the occult, conspiracy theories, and extraterrestrial. We are entirely funded by your tax dollars expedited by matching cuts in the defense, welfare, and education budgets.
By: Some Nobody
Friday, Nov 22nd 2002 (11:39am)
T.W.I.N.K.I.E.S. stands for Tests With Inorganic Noxious Kakes In Extreme Situations, featuring the Gravitational Response Test, the Radiation Test, the Rapid Oxidation Test, and the Maximum Density Test.
By: Some Nobody
Thursday, Nov 7th 2002 (7:33pm)
Apparantly, the quest for massive schlongage isn't just limited to Johnny Punchclock - eggheaded scientists are also pursuing 'male enhancement' with considerable vigor, and are now growing penises in test tubes!
Friday, Sep 13th 2002 (12:01am)
Best impromptu gift for a birthday party you just found out you're going to in 10 minutes?
Hawaiian Starlight (2009)
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