Silly samplings from this week’s science news, compiled by Sophia Cai and Bethany Halford.
Combine a physics grad student, musical talent, video know-how, and an Einstein sock puppet, and you get an awesome “Bohemian Rhapsody” cover about string theory (withvideo). [io9]
We’re going to need bigger Q-tips. Turns out whale earwax contains information about environmental contaminants. [NatGeo]
This just in from Boston: Red sports teams are more likely to win. [Seriously, Science?]
Not to be confused with terrifying snakes, there are now four new species of legless lizards to haunt your dreams. [CNN]
Did NASA just find Han Solo on Mercury? [io9]
Yahoo! has designed a 3-D printing search engine for the visually impaired–and, well, for anyone because it’s awesome (with video). [Gizmodo]
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