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Amusing News Aliquots

Silly samplings from this week’s science news, compiled by Bethany Halford and Lauren Wolf.

Images from NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Arrangement by Alex H. Parker

Starry Night. Made from actual stars. [Discovery News]

Scientists make see-through soil for studying plants’ roots. Plants incensed at the invasion of privacy. [Phys.org]

Awww, man. Science shows foil hats don’t really shield your thoughts from aliens. You may have won this battle, aliens, but you’ll not win the war. [The Atlantic]

It slices, it dices: Tiny knife cleaves water droplets in two. Call now, supplies are limited. [Gizmodo]

In the Navy, yes, you can sail the seven seas. In the Navy, yes, you’ll make jet fuel from them, please. What? No Village People fans? [Christian Science Monitor]

Ladies, if you thought dating was tough, be glad you’re not  a freshwater llanos mosquitofish. [Yahoo!]

Thank you, American Journal of Ophthalmology, for adequately warning us to keep “squashed” spider bits out of our eyes. [Discoblog]

 

1 Comment

  • Oct 5th 201213:10
    by qvxb

    Those Village People fans may be at the YMCA.

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