And of course it had to be XKCD. Here’s that page (don’t miss the rest)!
Here. A suitable final resting place, for sure.
A pair of researchers with Indiana University and Illinois University, respectively, has developed a theory that suggests crystalizing uranium “snowflakes” deep inside white dwarfs could instigate an explosion large enough to destroy the star. (No, it doesn’t matter much but it’s Saturday night.)
Babylon Bee: The scientific method was created by a devout Christian, which burdens scientists with restrictive fundamentalist rules: The scientific method limits our science. We’re tired of fundamentalist Christians always imposing strict rules. Live a little, for goodness sake!
If you are Woke, this is Not Fun.
Will it become a crime to use words like “catty” or names like “Gordon Gecko”?
But there are theories.
So much intelligence in nature. Why couldn’t some of it be organized to make them buzz off?
Just stop people from talking
Readers, is this fair? If so, can he also do Daniel Dennett?
The CORRECT explanation, of course, is that it lost the battle for survival of the fittest to fitter competitors and will not contribute, starting from non-life, to the origin of a new type of life via abiogenesis. But apparently, a new monolith has evolved and then suddenly gone extinct in Romania. Nature red in tooth and claw, and all that…
Well, at least the guy isn’t arguing that processed foods make us inhuman or that turkey dinners kill people. Instead, he tried living off the land in a really big way: (including climbing a tree to eat raw eland marrow). Such experiences led him to come up with an interesting theory of human origins.
Dvorsky: Should Apophis crash into Earth, it would unleash the equivalent of 1,150 megatons of TNT, in an event 3,800 times more powerful than the atomic bomb detonated over Hiroshima.
Including the world’s first cloned cat who looked nothing like the one she was identical to…
And he probably doesn’t even know it’s a beautiful pattern…