The Space X Dragon capsule is a prime example of a) the value of the private sector in the space program, and b) what happens when you let the nerds name the product.
Three countries will join forces to build the largest radio telescope ever built, which, if the new trend in naming things continues, will be called the Incredible Super Humongous Alien Finder!!
In still more space news, Mars apparently has the building blocks for life. Except for that one that rolled behind the couch, and you won’t find it until 10 years later when you sell the house.
A blind Connecticut man makes his living as a traffic reporter and records movie reviews on the internet. In his spare time, he shames us into dreaming much, much bigger.
They caught the runaway penguin in Japan. Well, waddle-away, to be accurate.
Oxford researchers are looking for DNA evidence for Bigfoot. We suggest they follow the trail of size 45 Nikes we noticed in the woods last week.
In the end, the Indiana Pacers couldn’t take the Heat. They’ve decided to take the advice of their close friends and stay out of the kitchen.
Australia’s Gina Rinehart just became the world’s richest woman. We bet she’s having a pretty g’day.
The winner of this year’s National Geography Bee is from Texas. Which is just south of Oklahoma. Oh yes, our time is coming.
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