VideoSift shares a musical eight minutes YouTube video showing the 30 years history of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)'s space shuttle -- "NASA's 30-year Space Transportation System (STS) program came to an end on 21st July 2011...
Ever seen a successful National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)'s space shuttle lift off and/or landing in person?Submitted by ant on Tue, 07/19/2011 - 2:43am. History | Holidays/Special Days | Personal | Science | Sight Seeings | Space | Transportation/Travel
Last Flight of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)'s Space Shuttle: A 30-Year Retrospective.Submitted by ant on Sun, 07/10/2011 - 10:56am. History | Personal | Reading Materials | Science | Sight Seeings | Space | Technology | Transportation/Travel
Blue's News share a four pages Ars Technica article on a 30-year retrospective of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)'s space shuttles.
Mighty Optical Illusions is Internet's biggest optical illusion database -- "... This website will be all about optical illusions.
I Can Has Cheezburger shows a funny image showing the chemical formula for laughing gas
Medical Xpress says "the older we get, the more difficulty we seem to have remembering things. We reassure ourselves that our brains' 'hard drives (HDs)' are too full to handle the new information that comes in daily. But a Johns Hopkins neuroscientist suggests that our aging brains are unable to process this information as 'new' because the brain pathways leading to the hippocampus become degraded over time. As a result, our brains cannot accurately 'file' new information."
Muyoso's Reddit comment shares a Discovery News article to answer if a crazy person could surf on a tsunami -- "When the news broke that a tsunami was headed for Hawaii/HI and California/CA, I feared someone would be crazy enough to paddle out ahead of the massive wave and try to ride it. I was right. Turns out the physics of riding such a wave make it impossible even for a professional surfer. According to the University of Hawaii at Hilo, there are several reasons why it won't work ..."