This is 35 seconds of Neil deGrasse Tyson dancing or: The greatest 35 seconds of your entire life.
Got an idea for a story that I’ve been kicking around since September after seeing Buckcherry in concert and the lead singer covered in tattoos:
Rasputin did not die in 1916 but instead was recruited to hunt down demons on earth and destroy them in order to finally be allowed to rest. His body is covered in tattoos, each a symbol that keeps the demon he has sent back at bay, so long as he is alive.
Basic gist of the story, still need to flesh out some details. And most important, need to actually start writing some of it down.
I… I had hoped that you would accept the invitation, but in my heart I suppose I knew that you never would.
Thank you, for making me wrong.
This sounds like a joke, but it’s not. A team of physicists were fooling around with photons when they managed to get the particles to clump together to form a molecule, one that’s unlike any other matter. And it behaves, they say, just like a light saber.
That’s right. Lasers were used to discover a new form of matter that’s straight out of a Star Wars film. Credit for the experiment goes to Harvard physics professor Mikhail Lukin and MIT physics professor Vladan Vuletic, who blasted photons through a cloud of rubidium atoms. When they sent more than one photon at once, they noticed that the particles clung to each other to form a molecule.
[more at PhysOrg]
Could the future of a long time ago and far far away be coming?? Could I actually have been born in the right time???
I’ve had some pretty interesting dreams lately. First and foremost, the incredible fact that I can actually remember most parts about them instead of nothingness.
Maybe I’ll see if I can get them down and post them tomorrow. Maybe.