Kevin Hurley

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Japan earthquake detected in space

Stirring Tea

I was absentmindedly stirring a cup of hot tea, when I got to thinking, "aren't I actually adding kinetic energy into this cup?" I know that stirring …

Geek Humor

Google Cloud Print daemon for Ubuntu

I'm not quite sure how I missed out on the whole Google Cloud Print thing.. but I did. I think it had something to do with my Dell Color Laser 1320C …

News and Articles on Science and Technology

Time travellers welcome at Hawking's memorial service<p>The public ballot for tickets to Professor Stephen Hawking's thanksgiving service opened …

Immune System

Boss: I hired people who have different perspectives so we could enjoy the benefits of thought diversity. But they disagree with everything I say, so …

Driving Cars

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Geek Humor

Wikipedian Protester

[[There is a politician speaking at a podium, which sports an American flag.]] [[In front of the speaker there is a crowd of people listening. In the …

Geek Humor

The Five Most Overrated Characters in "A Christmas Carol"

Fred’s wife<p>Mrs. Cratchit has good reason for being crabby about Scrooge: he’s abusing her husband and starving her family. Fred’s wife, though, just …

APOD: Surprising Comet ISON (2013 Nov 30) Image Credit: NASA, ESA, SOHO Video Editing: Babak Tafreshi (TWAN) Explanation: After failing to appear for Sun staring spacecraft at perihelion, its harrowing closest approach to the Sun, sungrazing Comet ISON was presumed lost. But ISON surprised observers yesterday as material still traveling along the comet's trajectory became visible and even developed an extensive fan-shaped dust tail. Edited and processed to HD format, this video (vimeo, youtube) is composed of frames from the SOHO spacecraft's coronographs. It follows the comet in view of the wide (blue tint) and narrow (red tint) field cameras in the hours both before and after perihelion passage. In both fields, overwhelming sunlight is blocked by a central occulting disk. A white circle indicates the Sun's positon and scale. With questions to be answered and the tantalizing possibility that a small cometary nucleus has survived in whole or part, surprising comet ISON will be rising before dawn in planet Earth's skies in the coming days. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page #APOD

Russian resupply ship makes holiday arrival at space station

Webscape: Curate your own fine art

<b>Kate Russell's weekly review of the best apps and websites.</b><p>The Google Art Project brings the world of fine art and museum treasures to your browser, with new collections launched all the time. Explore galleries curated by other users or create your own collection and share it with friends and …


The Movie List Challenge. How many have you seen?


A Brief Tour of the Triassic

Popular Science Blogs<p>Boxplot<p>Exploring the world of science through graphic narrative. By Maki Naro<p>"Tour" is probably too grand a word for the scale of this comic, but while researching what was or was not plausible for this story (I know, really that all went out the window with the talking …