Apparently beer is good for your bones:
Charles Bamforth found that the beer’s silicon content ranged from 6.4 milligrams per liter to 56.5 milligrams per liter, with an average of about 30 milligrams. Since two pints of beer are just about equal to one liter, drinking two beers at happy hour could provide 30 […]
I just started watching the entire run of Futurama again yesterday. I should make these cupcakes to celebrate when I’m finished:
Delicious. Well, at least hypnotoad convinced me they are.
Ratatouille is a fantasy, but a fantasy so close to reality that the fantastic bits almost go unnoticed. The moments where the film asks us to suspend our disbelief are so few and so minor that we forget the film is about a talking rat who can cook. Remy’s unbelievable intelligence is what creates the […]
Dining in total darkness by Lisa Katayama at BoingBoing.
There are very few places in the world where one can experience pure, complete blackness, and this is one of them. My eyes desperately scan the space for something they can see. I can feel my pupils dilating and my mind going wild with desperation. […]
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