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Deadspin Junior Galette’s Twitter Rant Savages Sean Payton And The Saints | io9 Can You Solve Isaac

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

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Can You Solve Isaac Newton's Tree Puzzle?

4 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

This week’s puzzle is not about gravity, though you’d be excused for suspecting as much. After all, when most people read “Isaac Newton” and “tree” in the same sentence, they think also of falling apples. But this week’s puzzle, which is widely attributed to Newton, is actually an exercise in orderly arboriculture. Read more...

Venereal Disease And Self-Experimentation Should Not Go Together

Early scientists were not at all shy about experimenting on themselves. Isaac Newton stuck a needle into his own eye socket. Robert Hooke shoved his arm into a vacuum chamber. And in the first episode of Sacrificed from Fusion, we learn what 18th century physician John Hunter thought was an effective way to investigate gonorrhoea and syphilis. More »      

Shapeshifting Material For Weather Adaptive Structures

Where [Isaac Newton] had his apple (maybe), [Chao Chen] found inspiration in a pine cone for a design project that lead to a water-sensitive building material. He noticed the way some pine cones are sensitive to water, closing up tight when it rains, but opening up with dry conditions. Show More Summary

A Visual Tribute to Isaac Newton’s 'Principia'

On this day in 1687, Isaac Newton published his Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica—commonly known as the Principia. Within its pages, the eccentric British genius laid out his laws of motion and his theories regarding universal gravitation, which cemented his legacy as the foundational figure in modern physics, astronomy, and mathematics. Show More Summary

School Kids Invent Condom That Changes Color When It Comes Into Contact With An STI

last monthLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Sex just is about to get even safer thanks to a group of middle school students in the U.K. Daanyaal Ali, 14, and Chirag Shah, 13, of Isaac Newton Academy in Essex have invented a concept for a condom that detects potential STDs. Related: STUDY: Does Size Matter? Report Examines Links Between Penis Size And Condom Failure The condom is […]

These Teens Are Working On A Glowing Condom That Changes Color If You Have An STD

last monthNews : Huffington Post

Glow yellow for herpes? A group of British teenage boys have presented an idea for a condom that changes color based on whether its wearer has an STD. Muaz Nawaz, Daanyaal Ali and Chirag Shah, from London’s Isaac Newton Academy, shared the concept for the shade-shifting sheath at TeenTech London. Show More Summary

Execution of two Confederate soldiers after war’s end is still remembered in Virginia

A small, worn monument in a pasture just north of New Market, Va., on the Old Valley Pike, marks the location where Capt. George W. Summers and Sgt. Isaac Newton Koontz, of the 7th Virginia Cavalry, were shot dead on the order of a Union officer more than two months after Gen. Show More Summary

Teens Invent STD-Detecting Condom

last monthLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Buzzfeed reports: Creators Muaz Nawaz, Daanyaal Ali, and Chirag Shah, from London’s Isaac Newton Academy, wanted to “make detecting harmful STIs safer than ever before” without invasive testing. Their invention, cleverly named the S.T.EYE,...Show More Summary

Isaac Newton’s Josephus (and others) at Columbia

Columbia’s printed Judaica collection is composed of many different books, each with their own story to tell.  Unfortunately, however, only about 1/3 of our books were actually in our online catalog.  To rectify this, we hired Hannah Vaitsblit, a Barnard student who has been carefully checking every Judaica book in our rare stacks to make […]

The physics behind the famous Roberto Carlos banana free-kick versus France [Video]

God-given talent is hard to explain. It gave David Beckham and Roberto Carlos a better control of physics than Isaac Newton, but the famed physicist had a greater understanding of how it all worked. That’s why an explanation of the famed...Show More Summary

Winners and Losers of Miami Dolphins' Offseason so Far

For every action, there's an equal and opposite reaction. Sir Isaac Newton was talking about physics, but he could have just as easily been talking about NFL offseason moves—if the NFL had existed back in the 17th and 18th centuries. With each offseason move the Miami Dolphins made, they impacted their roster in one way or another. Show More Summary

It’s been nearly a year since we last featured an awesome Rube...

It’s been nearly a year since we last featured an awesome Rube Goldberg machine in action. This video by Toronto-based production company 2D House created “Isaac Newton vs. Rube Goldberg”, a stylish video of a magnet-driven Rube Goldberg Machine that’s replete with playful visual trickery, including one particularly impressive twist. Show More Summary

Newton, Nutrition, and the Tweets of Doom

For all his contributions to science, controversial and otherwise, in modern context Sir Isaac Newton is most indelibly associated with one rather succinct assertion of physical truth: For every action, there is an equal and opposite...Show More Summary

Which Historical Figure Had The Most Surprising Second Act?

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Isaac Newton tracked down counterfeiters. Boy Scout founder Robert Baden Powell was also a spy who hid troop positions in butterfly drawings. Today, we want to know about the lesser known — but fascinating — stories from the lives of historical figures. Read more...

Large Tree Falls On Kids Playing In A Park — And It's All Caught On A Surveillance Camera!

An object in motion will stay in motion. No need to tell this tree your laws, Isaac Newton! Viral video surfaced on Wednesday of a tree uprooting and falling right onto kids playing at a park in Chelsea, MA. While no one died from the terrifying incident, one two-year-old is still in the hospital in Boston after [...]

Isaac Newton's War With A 17th Century Counterfeiter Should Be A Movie

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Isaac Newton assured his place in scientific history by shaping our understanding of gravity. But even geniuses have bills to pay. And for quite some time, this was how Newton paid his. Read more...


From Hackteria, an introduction to nanotechnology - NanoHacking-UNILI: "The innovators of 1600 were hackers before the word existed; they proposed open sharing of ideas for the benefit of humanity. Isaac Newton, Robert Hooke, Descartes,...Show More Summary

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