Dear Professor SCIENCE
I ate so much beetroot my piss turned pink! HA HA HA!!!
Your friend and colleague,
By: Dave
Friday, Mar 19th 2004 (12:23pm)
Learn how to clone a mouse.
By: J20
Sunday, Mar 14th 2004 (7:45pm)
There's a long-standing theory that if you tap a shaken-up soda before opening it, you will avoid being drenched in carbonated sugary gore - this line of thinking is put to task with the highly scientific Ninja Fizz Test!
By: Dave
Saturday, Feb 28th 2004 (12:10am)
Personally, I think "dark energy" is a pretty bad-ass name.
By: scooter1979
Saturday, Feb 21st 2004 (7:16am)
The universe's secrets are revealed in this highly technical explanation of how our solar system works and came to be!
By: Dave
Thursday, Feb 12th 2004 (6:18am)
The stunning pictures of the rocky, desolate Mars landscape, beamed down to us by a robotic explorer, are nothing compared to what the mission really found: The remains of space aliens who could be our ancestors!
By: Hellvis
Monday, Feb 9th 2004 (4:57pm)
...if ya go over there and touch it.
By: Dave
Friday, Jan 16th 2004 (12:01am)
Build your very own fly power aircraft!
By: J20
Sunday, Jan 11th 2004 (10:08am)
Russians have made an artificial "sun" on earth. Which will be used for a new energy source.
By: J20
Thursday, Jan 1st 2004 (7:48pm)
It could be the ultimate New Year tonic for British drinkers. A "hangover pill" that allows people who have over-indulged to wake up the next day with a clear head is to go on sale in this country.

Although the original intention of the pill was to help Soviet agents avoid becoming drunk, its effect is felt in preventing hangovers, said Emil Chiaberi, of Spirit Sciences. "The pills help the body deal with the alcohol," he said. Hundreds of thousands have tried it and found that it does."

Holy fuckin' hangover-helper. I'm buyin' stock! Read more here!
By: Hellvis
Monday, Dec 29th 2003 (12:01am)
You may not, but its about time Junior learned... it's NEUROSCIENCE FOR KIDS!
By: Hellvis
Monday, Dec 22nd 2003 (8:50pm)
Food scientists at the UK's University of Leeds have developed a formula for making the perfect piece of toast. The equation - which details butter and toast temperature - took three months and cost 10,000 to develop.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Dec 17th 2003 (6:07am)
New Zealand based Madge wants to know,

What gives us the right to think that we can tamper with 'mother' nature? What arrogance is it that allows mankind to think that he can improve on millennia of evolution? A woman is not a cow, nor is a cow a woman. Do we, as human beings, have the right to blur the boundaries between species, especially when we do not know what the long term consequences may be?

Ummm... yes....?
By: Hellvis
Friday, Dec 12th 2003 (3:49pm)
"Pacific herring produce distinctive bursts of pulses, termed Fast Repetitive Tick (FRT) sounds," the scientists write in their report.
By: J20
Tuesday, Nov 11th 2003 (7:50am)
Special effects wizards routinely ignore basic laws of physics. For those of you who can't help but point out the impossible in a given flick, here's a primer on bad movie physics. These guys should have a field day with the Matrix: Revolutions.
By: boho-daddy
Saturday, Nov 8th 2003 (7:09am)
The Sun has unleashed its largest recorded solar flare, capping 10 days of unprecedented activity for the star. Mommy, why does the Sun fart and how can we make it better? Hey Sun, change your underwear!
By: J20
Wednesday, Nov 5th 2003 (11:36am)
If monkey can do this then I want some wings, or at least a tail!
By: B-Man
Tuesday, Oct 14th 2003 (12:46pm)
After years of research and billions of dollars in grants, a scientist has calculated the optimum thickness for a slice of cheese to make the perfect cheese sandwich.
By: Dave
Tuesday, Oct 14th 2003 (12:02am)
Remember the morphing terminator in T2? Well, such a substance is now on the horizon.
By: boho-daddy
Tuesday, Oct 7th 2003 (11:36am)
And, apparently, the brown note DOES exist !
By: Jojo
Saturday, Sep 13th 2003 (2:06pm)
With necessity being the mother of invention, it's not really that surprising to find that some of the most innovative creations have come from people in prison.
By: Dave
Saturday, Sep 6th 2003 (10:24am)
Yes, Mars was closer to Earth today and yesterday than it has been in thousands of years, and won't be this close again for almost 200 more. The Hubble telescope took a really nice picture, too.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Aug 27th 2003 (1:00am)
Everyone knows Neil Armstrong's little speech on the moon was 'One small step for man... one giant leap for mankind', right? Well, it didn't go quite that well.
By: Dave
Saturday, Aug 16th 2003 (3:32pm)
Check out the History Of The Universe in 200 Words Or Less. I like to read it out loud like Adam Sandler's 'cajun man'.
By: Dave
Saturday, Aug 16th 2003 (12:12am)
Chicago, IL - Astronomers announced that they have discovered a third moon orbiting talk show host Oprah Winfrey.

Click here for more on this amazing discovery.
By: Hellvis
Thursday, Aug 14th 2003 (10:25am)

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