This old NBC25 News story/article talks about how some people might not be able to view 3D/third dimension effects. An optometrist explains some people may not be able to see these 3D segments because of vision problems and also gives tips.
This Wolf Gnards asks "How Long Could Luke Survive in a Tauntaun?" and answers
Moon Machines: A six episodes documentary miniseries documenting the engineering challenges of the Apollo Program to land a man.Submitted by ant on Sun, 12/27/2009 - 3:21pm. Audio | Education/School | History | Science | Sight Seeings | Space | Television (TV) Show/Movie | Transportation/Travel
VideoSift shares a six episodes documentary miniseries titled "Moon Machines" that documents the engineering challenges of the Apollo Program to land a man on Earth's moon. It covers everything from the iconic Saturn V to the command/service module, lunar module, space suits, guidance and control computer, and lunar rover".
The Washington Journal reports that "hand sanitizers' bug-destroying claims don't always correspond to real-world practices; not all pests covered by tests".
New York Times' Well blog reports that "for some time, researchers have been finding that people who exercise don't necessarily lose weight.
A three pages How Stuff Works article briefly talks about the possiblity of dozens of dead animals floating in space
Trivial Pursuit Experiment -- An interactive Flash site to see "Who's smarter than who?" (Men vs. Women)Submitted by ant on Thu, 10/29/2009 - 10:35pm. Education/School | History | Nature | News | Personal | Reading Materials | Religion/Culture | Science | Sight Seeings | Television (TV) Show/Movie | Web Games
Trivial Pursuit Experiment is an interactive Flash site to see "Who's smarter than who?" between genders (males vs. females) with various multiple choice questions. Also, there are some fail video clips.
The New York Times' Well Blog reports that two recent science experiments showed mice, that ran to their exhaustions, had more chances of being sick and died than those that did not exercise a lot.
EurekaAlert! reports that "milk drinking started around 7,500 years ago in central Europe. The ability to digest the milk sugar lactose first evolved in dairy farming communities in central Europe, not in more northern groups as was previously thought, finds a new study led by UCL (University College London) scientists published in the journal PLoS Computational Biology.