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Why do we still have Imperial measurements?

Did you know the barleycorn is the basis of this measurement system. Or know the difference between a cubit and a shatment? If not, Matt Parker explains all.<p>Mathematician and comedian Matt Parker asks why wouldn’t you still take a barleycorn as the basis of your system of measurement. Not sure what …

Mathematics

No Internet, No Cable, No Problem – Canadian Family Lives Like It’s 1986

Most people couldn’t imagine a day without their fancy smartphones, but a family in Guelph, Canada has decided to shun all post-1986 technology from …

Guelph

Wildlife photographer of the year 2013 – in pictures

The results of the wildlife photographer of the year 2013 competition have been announced at London's Natural History Museum. The overall winner is South African photographer Greg du Toit for his picture Essence of Elephants, a portrait of elephants in Botswana. Here is a selection of some of the …

A New Perspective of the Day: Understanding Human Lifespan Through the History of the Universe

Prepared to be blown away. In a fascinating attempt at putting our everyday lives in proper perspective, the humor blog Wait But Why compiled a series of timelines growing in scale with each successive period, starting from the last 24 hours to the history of the universe since the Big Bang, which reveal a humbling perspective on just how minuscule our average lifespan is, and even the entire history of humanity itself, in comparison to the enormity of the age of the universe as we know it.

Guy Skill: At some point shouldn't common sense take over? http://t.co/IhoWmDHXH5

Jacob Barnett, boy genius

Diagnosed with severe autism as a child, Barnett is now 15 and one of the world’s most promising physicists<p>by<p>THE CHAT

Fan Art of the Day: Pixar’s WALL-E Comes to Life!

Remember that sweet remote-controlled, life-size prototype of WALL-E from last year? Robot enthusiast Mike McMaster invites you to his workshop for a test drive and an explanation of how his team re-created Pixar’s iconic robot character.

Excuse The Puns on Twitter: "http://t.co/P4aEd3PXv3"

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I.N.C.H. Survival | The Powerpot V: A Product Review

If you remember a little while back I had posted a blog about why a smartphone is an excellent device to have with you while camping, hiking or stuck …

Shower Thoughts on Twitter: "How to make shadows in the shape of animals with your hands... http://t.co/iGuop4zVmS"

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Celebrate Nikola Tesla's Birthday By Remembering All Of His Awesome Inventions

Wednesday is inventor Nikola Tesla's 157th birthday.<p>The Serbian engineer, who moved to the U.S. in his late 20s, is considered one of the most important and most overlooked inventors of all time -- as he lost the spotlight again and again in the 19th century to the flashier Thomas Edison. Indeed, …

The Fast, Fuel-Efficient Adastra: Officially the World's Most Bad-Ass Superyacht

If there's one thing we all hate, it's losing a yacht race. Owning a yacht and taking the time to think up a really clever name for it, only to …

Miniature Thing of the Day: Welcome to the Pizza Pie Patio!

<i>Pizza Table,</i> 2013<p>Margherita Pizza, Monobloc Chair

Infographic of the Day: The Literal Meaning of Every State Name in the United States

Check out the latest “North American” edition of the Atlas of True Names, a unique world mapping project that aims to chart the origin and history of the names of thousands of cities, states and rivers. Illustrated by American cartographers Stephan Hormes and Silke Peust, the recently released maps of the United States and Canada reveal that some names of cities and states translate more beautifully than others, such as Texas (Land of Friends) and New Mexico (New Navel of the Moon) in …

Perspective...

Sarcasm on Twitter: "when the teacher asks why i didn't do my homework http://t.co/3rRZzzAxmO"

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Best Illusion You Will See Today

Let me show you something that one of my colleagues has just discovered recently. If you concentrate on the black spot in the continuous animation …

Twitter / Account Suspended

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Sharp Minded Tests

You asked for another test for your brain so we delivered what you want! Here is another intriguing #test for only the sharp minded that can step up …

Huge ancient city at Angkor Wat revealed by lasers

Mahendraparvata's roadways and undiscovered temples mapped<p>Airborne laser technology has uncovered a network of roadways and canals, illustrating a …

iron cat.. http://t.co/woFqaKfEIS

The ibex. Horns are so strong that if jumps from a mountain it can land on its horns and be unharmed by the fall... http://t.co/h2YFG231jg

Little bit of Math humor for you...

Amazing leaf carving... http://t.co/HWD7y7AmuF