Todd Camack @ tumblr.

Can I show you a little something I shouldn't be proud of?



Buy My Shit!

My Instagram Shots

    More @ Instagram

    Donate Bitcoins

    Find Me On...

    A Few Things I Like:

    More Liked Posts...


    Science proves that cow tipping is physically impossible, so why do people continue to believe the myth?

    Probably because the closest many have gotten to a cow is driving past one in a field on the highway, writes Jake Swearingen for “Modern Farmer.”

    They’re just to large to moove.


    Some excellent dot-connecting from jtotheizzoe:

    So if we use the logic of Philip K. Dick and Neil deGrasse Tyson, science = reality.

    I’m down with that.

    More on Dick’s philosophy at Brain Pickings.

    One thing is for sure, Tyson knows how to throw a good soundbite


    Eternal youth for $62,000? French company promises cell freezing for organ and tissue repair

    Forget prestige cars, yachts and private jets. After Tuesday, U.K. business executives, sports stars, celebrities and anyone else with approximately $62,000 to spare will be able to freeze a backup of their adult selves for potential use decades later.

    Claiming to be a world first, the service has been developed by Sceil, part of Cellectis, a French genome technology company on the Euronext stock market.

    Launched in Switzerland, Dubai, Singapore and the U.S. two months ago, it involves taking cells from a small sample of the skin under local anaesthetic at a dermatologist, shipping them to Sceil’s laboratories and “rebooting” them into induced pluripotent stem (IPS) cells.

    These are frozen at -180C and stored to potentially repair damaged organs, rebuild tissue and fight disease in the future. (Handout/AP)

    (via nationalpost)


    NASA before Powerpoint

    by JR Eyerman

    (via scinerds)

    Loading posts...