The Monsanto House of Tomorrow, made almost entirely of plastic, provides some unintentional symbolism on our current environmental issues.
We’re off for the long weekend. Some musical reading suggestions for your summer are offered.
How much jargon is too much jargon?
Mark Rober, who built a backyard obstacle course for squirrels during the early days of the pandemic, is back with an even more elaborate challenge.
What happens if you mix hydrogen peroxide, some soap and a catalyst? Okay, but what happens if you mix a huge amount of each ingredient together? Witness the ongoing world’s record setting attempts.
We’re off through the holiday weekend. In the meantime, meet your favorite new band courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library.
A look at the long history of handedness.
Randall Munroe gives us the real scoop on what scientific papers are saying. Your suggestions welcome as well.
A look at a session from last week’s CHORUS Forum that discussed new open access business models — what does it take to make them work?
From the Upper Paleolithic Era up until the mid 1800s, the tally stick was a remarkably long-lived piece of technology.