They will keep making these until someone makes them stop! Come on along and listen to the lullaby of Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
There are a few spoilers in here but, frankly, if you’re watching Sharknado movies for suspense, you may be sharking up the wrong tree. I avoided spoilering any of the best WTF moments.
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I’ve always had an interest in domesticated animals as examples of the power of genetics. Darwin himself, saw the ability of breeders to create changes in pigeons and other domestic animals as a mechanism for the changes that take place in nature. Just as humans mold animals via controlled breeding, so, too, could circumstances in nature effect which animals were able to breed and with whom. Of course, selection isn’t only driven by strict practicality whether it be by the randomness of nature or the whims of man, which leads us to these five oddballs of the cattle kingdom.
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The Aphthakid is back and so is the Marvel Cinematic Universe with its latest installment: Ant-Man. More after the jump.
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I adored the original Jurassic Park. It’s one of my favorite movies of all time. How does the new one compare to the original? Find out after the jump.
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San Andreas is out in theatres this week. I believe this is a thoughtful biography of St. Andrew starring the Rock as St. Andrew and Paul Giamatti as Oengus, king of the Picts… Oh, wait, they went a different direction. More after the break.
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Links to interesting science stories from around the Internet.
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A new study published in the May 21st issue of Cell detailed a compound called Celastrol which shows promise in fighting obesity.
Continue reading Thunder God Vine Smites Blubber
The other day, there was a terrific thunderstorm which made me wonder how insects cope with giant water boulders suddenly crashing all around them. In ye olden days, I would have to get some insects, Erlenmeyer flasks, distilled water and a centrifuge but fortunately we live in the era of the Internet. Continue reading 5 Ways That Insects Deal With Rain
OK, time to strap in for the third installment of the new show from Yahoo! Screen starring Joel Hodgson and Trace Beaulieu and created by Paul Feig of “Freak and/or Geeks.” This episode is really heavy on the ART, so get excited, people!
Warning! Here be spoilers! Yaaarr!
Continue reading Recap: Other Space season 1, episode 3. Everyone Gets Way More Psycho.