Rapatronic Photographs Developed by Dr. Harold Edgerton in the 1940s, the Rapatronic photographic technique allowed very early times in a nuclear explosion's fireball growth to be recorded on film. The exposures were often as short as 10 nanoseconds, and each Rapatronic camera would take exactly one photograph. more inside
SHOUTING IS FUN! OMG HAI YOU GUYS GUESS WHAT DAY IT IS AGAIN! NO WAI BET YOU CAN'T GUESS NUH-UH! more inside
keep yourself awake all night do NOT enter any of the following words: paris hilton zombie ok...really anything....
London Meetup Again! Hurrah! more inside
Endangered languages that link to other worldviews to be preserved , as is especially worthy for Native American languages on the brink. I've linked to one of these native speaker/thinkers before, because from Moonhawk's perspective, so much remains to be learned, appreciated and preserved.
Nanowrimo season is here again. You know the deal: a fifty thousand word novel written entirely during the month of November. We have some Mofite participation already. Winning's not really important (no prizes), quality's not really important (luckily): it just provides the chance and the motivation to get a lot of words down. Anyone else want to give it a go?
We should all move to Costa Rica. Besides all the shiny, happy people, they've also got a low cost of living, affordable health care (and excellent health care that's rated as better than the U.S.), no Army, and more... more inside
Curious George: . Hommy, pleg, Dan, gomi, Karen, Cubby, Tommy, Darlene, Sharon, Bobby, Doreen, Lonnie, Annette... We like you!! Kudos to the Monkeys that regularly post! How many Monkeys out there are still reading? Can we get a roll call?
Icycle . That is all.
10 things you don't know about Hubble.
Alvin... the true story you kids can ignore this...and get off my lawn!Page 1 2 50 51 52 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 891 892