Friday, December 05, 2014

Friday Freakout

Your festive freakout...

Chill to "O Tannenbaum".

Tomorrow is the feast day of Saint Nicholas, patron saint of children, Russia, Russian children, bakers, brides, the poor and much, much more.

Make some cookies with the kids.

Science: is there anything it can't do?

Rigatoni, fettucine, tagliatelle, penne? We think they’ve had their day.

It’s time to say hello to “anelloni” – a new kind of pasta created by two physicists from the University of Warwick in the UK. Consisting of giant loops, it’s the brainchild of Davide Michieletto and Matthew Turner, who invented the pasta in an attempt to demonstrate the complicated shapes that ring-shaped polymer molecules can adopt.

And now, snowmen that just aren't.


Anonymous said...

"Science: is there anything it can't do?"

Yes, science can't tell you that using the sarin gas that scientific methods were used to help develop, is wrong thing to do.

That sort of thing is left to philosophies about morality, such as religion.

~Your Brother~

Osumashi Kinyobe said...

Well, there's that.