We’re all going to die. What will you be thinking when that moment before death comes?
This inspirational song is written by a son who lost his father at that exact moment. Powerful.
Ha! This is amazing. Love taking something and repurposing it for something else.
Did you catch the tune? Apparently, it’s the theme music to the video game Doom. I thought it sounded familiar. Apparently, it is! Check it out on this link: Doom Theme Music.
Here’s a very well-done video on the origin of the Fahrenheit thermometer. No wait, it’s way more interesting than that sounds. Seriously, it’s pretty cool.
What the Fahrenheit?!
Why American continues to use the Fahrenheit thermometer, I have no clue. (Update: Here’s why!)
In related news, apparently Celsius Didn’t Invent Celsius.
Greatest of all time? With LeBron on the rise, this discussion is a weekly debate on ESPN and just about everywhere else.
Just finished reading a great piece by Ben Hinson. Stat geek (like myself) Hinson broke down all the stats of the great NBA players of all time to see if Michael Jordan really was the best. According to the numbers, it wasn’t MJ.
So who is the Greatest of All Time? I won’t spoil it because it’s a must read for all hard-core NBA fans.
As it the case in most professions, there are great ones, average ones and poor ones. This is true in the scientific community as well.
The poor ones today ignore the facts in order to promote a particular viewpoint. I really shouldn’t say “today” because these kind of people have been misleading people for centuries.
Does science argue for or against God?
If you’re honest, they answer that science argues for God.
The world is filled with such diverse mystery! Today I stumbled upon, not actually using stumbleupon.com, this video by TED looking at the The World’s Most Mysterious Book. Turns out this 15th century book is unique and experts can’t agree on what it might be about. Intriguing!
I absolutely love architecture. The more unique the better. BUT! It must still make sense, be logical in some respect.
With that in mind, checkout this Videogame House in Real Life. Can you guess where it is? No worries, I’ll tell you!
It’s in Miami, Florida. How many of you guess that? Very few if you’re telling the truth.