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The Dinner Habit That’s Expanding Your Waistline

Over a nine-year period, people who do this at the dinner table packed on almost three times the belly fat of those who skipped the drink.

The Disney Periodic Table: Clever Hook or Abomination?

We’ve all seen the plethora of faux periodic tables. I’ve ranted written about them before. And now Disney (not content with trying to taking ownership of every  story ever) has chipped in with its own version of the periodic table. At least it resembles the original, all the symbols are their, numbered correctly and laid out … Continue reading »

As high-tech products increase, metals face future supply risks

In a new paper, a team of Yale researchers assesses the "criticality" of all 62 metals on the Periodic Table of Elements, providing key insights into which materials might become more difficult to find in the coming decades, which ones will exact the highest environmental costs -- and which ones simply cannot be replaced as components of vital technologies. read more

Metals used in high-tech products face future supply risks

Researchers have assessed the 'criticality' of all 62 metals on the Periodic Table of Elements, providing key insights into which materials might become more difficult to find in the coming decades, which ones will exact the highest environmental costs -- and which ones simply cannot be replaced as components of vital technologies.

Things We Saw Today: The Periodic Table of Disney Is Scientifically Magical

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Somewhere hidden in this table is the secret of Disney consistently taking all of our money. It's science! (via Disney)

Obama’s ATF Bullet Ban received over 310,000 Comments, a Huge Number

The bullet ban on AR-15 bullets was tabled after a huge backlash by gun owners, and the public comments were unusually high for a public comment period. Message to the government: Don’t mess with our guns.

How a Wooden Table Helped an Element Collector Buy Periodictable.com

Something you should know about periodictable.com is that it does not, in fact, contain a complete, accurate periodic table of elements. And its owner feels bad about it. "I've neglected it because I've been doing other things. It hasn't...Show More Summary

Last-Minute Guide to San Diego Chargers' Free Agency

Free agency doesn't officially start until 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, but that didn't stop teams from hashing out deals under the table during the league's three-day negotiating period. Among those clubs looking to haggle were the San Diego Chargers. Show More Summary

NFL Franchise Tag Decisions Set the Table for Wild 2015 Free-Agency Period

The deadline for NFL teams to assign players the franchise or transition tags has come and gone. Per the teams' official websites, for Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, Kansas City...Show More Summary

This Periodic Table Quilt Is the Only Thing I Want on My Bed

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

When he's not busy with his job as co-founder of Wolfram Research, Theodore Gray makes a lot of incredible things. Sometimes they have to do with metal and fire. But fairly regularly, he uses a robot to make a quilt. And this is the quilt which rules them all. Read more...

Are You Leaving Money On the Table By Ignoring Your Investments?

My employer used to send out quarterly statements for my 401K plan. It used to serve as a periodic reminder to review how my different investment accounts are performing. A few years ago, however, they stopped sending out physical statements, but were still available online. It’s easy to log into my account online tool periodically to […] No related posts.

Geek Out in Your Kitchen with This DIY Periodic Table of Spices Rack

It's so nice when science intersects with food and food organization. Over at Make, Wayne Hammond come up with a way to organize spices by their botanical taxonomy and a system that looks much like the periodic table of elements. Read more...

9 Infographics To Help You Understand The Woolly World Of Science

A sprawling new "Atlas of Infographics" compiles 280 contemporary data visualizations, beautifully illuminating complex scientific concepts. Even before the invention of the periodic table, which might be the world's best-known infographic, scientists have known that their complex findings are often best conveyed visually. Show More Summary

Interactive Periodic Table Helps Students See Elements

Title : NOVA Elements Summary : Info-packed science resource great for teaching the elements Pros : It's filled with beautiful images, a generous level of interactivity, and lots of great scientific..

Hiroshi Fujiwara, Bitcoin and the Periodic Table of Sex

2 months agoFashion / Men's Fashion : Kempt

Today’s must-reads from around the Internet. The design genius of Hiroshi Fujiwara, a rare look into a Bitcoin mine, the Periodic Table of sexual terms and…

A Periodic Table Of Sexy Talk

Who would have guess that a molecule of hydrogen and getting a blowjob would have the same atomic number? First created by Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev in 1869, the Periodic Table of the Elements are ordered by their atomic number. Show More Summary

NeatoMail Exclusive Hoodie Giveaway Winner

2 months agoHumor : Neatorama

Congratulations to the winner of our latest NeatoMail exclusive giveaway: Neatoramanaut Carmen has chosen this awesome "Periodic Mario Table" by Zarkan - wise choice and perfect for the chilly winter weather we've been having! Be sure to visit the NeatoShop for tons of neat and geeky T-shirts, sweatshirts, and hoodies. Show More Summary

First germanium-tin semiconductor laser directly compatible with silicon chips

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Swiss scientists have created the first semiconductor laser consisting solely of elements of main group IV (the carbon group) on the periodic table. Simply, this means that the new device is directly compatible with other elements in...Show More Summary

Episode 143: The Periodic Table of Indie Rock

Ryan and Matt listen to and discuss Sleater-Kinney's "No Cities to Love." Episode 143: The Periodic Table of Indie Rock originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]

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