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)
Although the late astrogeologist Eugene Shoemaker is supposed to be the first Earthling to have their ashes flown to another planet, his 1999 flight to the moon aboard the Lunar Prospector probe came too late to enjoy that distinction. Certainly Dr. Shoemaker, whose pioneering work that made the Apollo Lunar geo-science program such a success, certainly deserved to have his dream of going to the moon fulfilled. He is not, however, the first interplanetary necro-cosmonaut, thanks to a chain of unlikely events that placed the ashes of my friend, Ira Neal, on a Mars-bound trajectory back in 1992.
Friday, Aug 16th 2002 (12:07am)
Yknow, I find the whole heads of famous people in jars concept from Futurama funny, but after reading the patent description for this device for perfusing an animal head, the thought of actually being hooked up to one of these things terrifies me. Ugh.
Tuesday, Jul 2nd 2002 (12:19am)
Ok, so this is not the usual Davelog ha-ha fare, but it's hella cool so I'm passing it your way. Apparantly you can make some beautiful shapes in magnetic liquid by manipulating electromagnets above and below it. Snazzy stuff!
Wednesday, May 22nd 2002 (12:11am)
Sorry, veggies and vegans, if you're doing your thing because you feel it's inhumane to butcher animals for sustenance, you'd better brace yourself - scientists at the University of Bonn have discovered that plants do indeed cry when they are cut. Looks like everything suffers at the hands of man. So, how ya want that steak?
Wednesday, May 8th 2002 (12:18am)
Could it really be true that homosexual and heterosexual males become one after the consumption of only six alcoholic grain beverages? The scientists in our laboratories decided to conduct a controlled experiment and see just how valid this theory was.
Monday, Apr 29th 2002 (12:22am)
How often do you change your sheets?
Nothing! Player's off!
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