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  • January 19, 2011
    This is a proposed warning to print in the front of science textbooks to remind children to take their educations seriously. Because, let's not kid ourselves -- nobody wants to be left out of the dino rodeo. Me most of all. Unfortunately, like learning to tie my own shoes or... / Continue →
  • July 13, 2010
    Note: There's no way you can read that version because it's so small which is good because it's filled wiht nothing but seriously NSFW language so make sure your boss isn't looking and then click HERE to see the thing in all its high-res glory. This is the Periodic Table of Sw... / Continue →
  • June 10, 2010
    I don't know why this story is just now making its way around the internet since I remember reading it back in '07 when it came out and forgetting to post it because I drink too much, but whatever. We all have our demons. Mine's booze. Little Hans Jørgen Olsen? His happene... / Continue →
  • May 21, 2010
    The future supervillain in the picture aside, a new study reports that babies are more gooder at learnin' thangs than previously thought and can even do it in they sleeps. Suck it, proper English! THIS BLOGGER MAKES HIS OWN RULES. A new study has found that newborns are capab... / Continue →
  • May 11, 2010
    Fake Science is a little website of old science textbook illustrations with accompanying make-believe facts. It's pretty awesome, although still in its infancy so there isn't a whole lot of content yet (only two pages). I posted a handful of my favorites after the jump, but i... / Continue →
  • March 24, 2010
    Dinoogle is a Google powered search engine that has some dinos on the page to ramp up the sex appeal. It's exactly what I've been telling Google to do for years but they never listen because, "don't let that guy back in the building", and, "the police have already been called"... / Continue →
  • February 23, 2010
    This is a video of an OU physics professor freezing and shattering a laptop with liquid nitrogen to remind students not to bring them to class. It was pretty effective. Not as effective as the time Mr. Wizard shattered a giant bouncy ball with liquid nitrogen, but this guy is... / Continue →
  • January 27, 2010
    This is Mario's class schedule for his current semester at Nintendo University. As you can see, he's taking some pretty cakewalk courses and should probably just skip them to get high in the dorm and talk to girls on AIM trying to score dates. Haha, do I know college or what?... / Continue →
  • January 18, 2010
    This is a little informational graphic about the different video game consoles. I didn't really bother looking at it for too long because there's a dog biting my leg but I'm sure it's chock-full of interesting facts and figures. Like, uh, women using their WiiMotes to pleasur... / Continue →
  • January 15, 2010
    This is a little info-graphic explaining some of the numbers behind the pron industry. I say pron instead of p0rn0 in case your company is big-brothering you (God, how can you even function in such an oppressive environment?). No need to thank me, I know you'd do the same for... / Continue →
  • January 8, 2010
    What better way to teach your child the alphabet than with characters from the Mega Man series? There's none that I can think of. BESIDES HOT GEEKOLOGIE TOPICS! Kidding, I don't want any babies exploding with A is for awesome. Okay now you do B. Once Upon A Pixel [gam... / Continue →
  • January 7, 2010
    Paste Magazine writer Kate Keifer went and compiled a list of 20 life lessons she learned from playing the New Super Mario Bros. Wii. Most are things I learned in grade school, but there were some gems in there (no there wasn't, don't expect any). 1. Never trust a flying tu... / Continue →
  • January 4, 2010
    Despite what you may have learned in school, a petabyte isn't a byte that lures children into its van with free candy. That's a pedabyte. No, a petabyte is 1 million gigabytes (1,000 terabytes), and this is a graphic depicting how large that is (you have to hit the jump to se... / Continue →
  • January 2, 2010
    Want to learn how to speak like those crazy blue cats in that 3-D movie you just saw? Well now you can thanks to the 'Learn Na'vi Pocket Guide'! Ah, internet, you never cease to amaze me with your treasure trove of shit I don't need but can't resist. Na'vi is a a constructed... / Continue →
  • December 2, 2009
    Because magic is everywhere, you can buy seeds that, when sprouted, have images of dinosaurs on the pods. Does it get much cooler than that? *whips off sunglasses, shakes mane and eyes you down seductively* What do I have to do it again -- you were supposed to say I am! To ... / Continue →
  • November 12, 2009
    Is this how today's children learn the alphabet? No. Is this how tomorrow's children will learn the alphabet? Probably not. Is spanking the best way to teach your children things? My parents thought so, and look how smart I am. Well, you can't physically SEE how smart I am... / Continue →
  • October 27, 2009
    This is the second song/video in the Symphony of Science series, a project designed by John Boswell to spit scientific knowledge in an auto-tuned musical format. The first chart topper was 'A Glorious Dawn' with Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking. Now Carl is back with backup sin... / Continue →
  • October 15, 2009
    Ever wonder what was inside Hello Kitty? Me neither, I just assumed it was hairballs and maybe one of those toy mice. Boy was I wrong -- apparently she has guts. Aaaaaah I just want to lick them! As part of the Dr. Romanelli x Hello Kitty collaboration we see the release of... / Continue →
  • July 20, 2009
    I swear this is old, but honestly, that's never stopped me from posting anything in the past, so why stop now? I'M RUNNING THIS RED LIGHT! Anyway, the law finally caught up with Carmen Sandiego at an undisclosed airport. And as you can see, she hasn't aged as well as I was h... / Continue →
  • July 19, 2009
    This is a depiction of all Mario games in the style of a family tree. Obviously, there aren't only ten games, so click HERE to see the super-ultra-high-res joint with all 130+ games. Fun fact: I was born in the same hospital by the same doctor as my father. So, yeah. I swea... / Continue →