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Oldest Known Penis Is 100 Million Years Old
Topic: Science 1:29 pm EDT, Sep 13, 2002

"Sex was first recognized in the fossil records more than 500 million years ago and the oldest known penis is about 100 million years old, a conference heard on Friday. "

I think even more frightening is the tidbit that a 1 mm ostracod can produce a sperm that is 10x its own size.

Oldest Known Penis Is 100 Million Years Old

How-To: Turn Warez Into a Glowing Pumpkin?
Topic: Science 1:19 pm EDT, Sep 12, 2002

If scientists have been able to create glowing green hair by merging jellyfish DNA with that of the mice, would it be possible for a "Real Genius" such as nanochick to create Warez, the Glowing Pumpkin?

How-To: Turn Warez Into a Glowing Pumpkin?

Researchers Create 'Biological Pacemaker'
Topic: Science 3:18 pm EDT, Sep 11, 2002

Researchers have created a "biological pacemaker" in guinea pigs by slipping a gene into their hearts -- a first step in what could lead to alternatives to the electronic devices now implanted in hundreds of thousands of people each year.

Researchers Create 'Biological Pacemaker'

Online Miniature Golf Simulator
Topic: Games 11:03 am EDT, Sep 11, 2002

This site is pretty cool, if you need some good distractions while at work, this is the place to go. You can even play against others online, but what's the fun in golf when you can't lie about your score?

Online Miniature Golf Simulator

Sci-Fi Women Want Brains, Brawn
Topic: Miscellaneous 11:46 am EDT, Sep  9, 2002

"Mitchell strives for two goals in her writing: accurate science and worthy female role models. "I came from a science background, and I felt compelled to get the physics right, damn it," she said. Scientists deplore the inaccuracies that turn up in many sci-fi novels.
"I wanted to see more intelligent female role models," Mitchell added. Better portrayals will please men, too, she said, since "guys like strong female protagonists."
The panelists expressed strong views about the relations between the sexes within the field of science.
Mitchell, 32, found that her path as a scientist did not make her unattractive to men. In fact, she said, being the only woman in a physics class gave her favorable dating odds.
But Dazzo, who went to school in an earlier era, was tougher on her male classmates: "It was them and their slide rule, and I didn't want to know what they were doing with their slide rule," she said.
But when Dazzo fell in with other science-fiction fans, she found intelligent men she could talk to who were not put off by her science background. "Being one of the guys wasn't bad, when the guys weren't stupid. They weren't the best-looking guys, but brains count." "

Sci-Fi Women Want Brains, Brawn

Farscape to End
Topic: Recreation 11:05 am EDT, Sep  9, 2002

Well, unfortunately it looks like Sci-Fi is going to have to axe Farscape, which I consider to be the best science fiction show on television. It's simply costing too much money to make each episode and there isn't enough audience to sustain it with ad revenue. Of course, it would help if they'd re-run the episodes instead of only showing them once... At least all of the shows will end up on DVD.

Farscape to End

Meet Mr. Anti-Google
Topic: Current Events 11:47 am EDT, Aug 29, 2002

A webmaster in Texas is leading a campaign against Google, stating that not only does it violate privacy (in the form of a 36 year cookie sent to your browser that could tie all of your search terms together) but that it is biased towards old web sites, rather than true applicability to the search terms.

Meet Mr. Anti-Google

The World's Most Labor Intensive Clock
Topic: Miscellaneous 12:02 am EDT, Aug 29, 2002

This page is a pretty cool display of the current time (according to your browser) with every digit drawn by hand. Then erased by hand. Then the next digit is drawn by hand. Oh, just look at it.

The World's Most Labor Intensive Clock

Topic: Miscellaneous 10:51 am EDT, Aug 28, 2002

Programmers who hack their own bodies don't need exercise and never get sick: A new short story from one of science fiction's bright young stars.


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