In this week’s Adventure of Links you’ll find a supernova in a jar, mercury turning birds gay, and injecting pee into yourself to lose weight (yeah, seriously).
Size doesn’t matter. For stars I mean. No seriously, I was talking about stars…
Supernova in a jar. It’s actually not AS cool as it sounds (of course) but it’s still pretty cool.
A boomerang shaped galaxy. I guess if you stare at them long enough they start to look like anything.
The amount of stars in the Universe has tripled. Interesting, but not life changing is it?
Creating a wheel for driving around on the surface of the moon is a pretty cool job.
Russia applied $2 billion to help clean up space junk.
Bank of Montreal gives the Perimeter Institute of Theoretical Physics a hefty bit of funding. Wish I were smart enough to do that.
Canada boosts University research funding. Go Canada!
A dash on cinnamon is not only great in mashed potatoes (trust me) but can also help make gold nanoparticles.
Huge fail found by Skeptic North. Story in the Globe and Mail (they have a high fail rate) about people injecting pregnant women’s pee into themselves to lost weight. Ewwww…
Large scale study shows obesity shortens your life span. I know, we knew that already, but its nice to have more data to back it up.
Harvard scientists reverse ageing in mice. But don’t get your hopes up about eternal life just yet.
Restoring the Diamond Sutra, the world’s oldest book.
Professor surgically installs a camera in the back of his head. Sounds comic-bookish, therefore it’s awesome.
Mercury turns birds homosexual. Umm…weird?
It was -30 here a couple of weeks ago. This is what happens to water when it’s that cold out.
Pink Floyd movie. Sweeeeeeet.
Women like romantic music. Thanks science.
Woman in Spain claims to own the Sun. Unsurprisingly, she’s full of crap.
A theme park about Creationism. Not only is it stupid, it doesn’t even sound like fun.
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Climate change denial comes almost exclusively from Republicans. Oh America, you are screwed.