If you're wondering why this picture, taken by Andreas Gursky of a secluded stretch of the Rhine River, fetched more than four million dollars at auction this week, well, join the club.
Hello MR Fox? MR. Really? The article that spells out that it's a female fox is an entire ONE SENTENCE long. Couldn't even read your own copy? Once sentence too much for ya? Wow. Nice going there, popsci!
Hello Ms. Fox
How does a cute cat make it into Popsci? this isnt dvice
Picture of a tablet?
a clipboard made it?
picture of a popsci cover? a bit self serving?
and pray tell how is 2D to 3D even an article in a scientific magazine, and the picture? I am pretty sure I reached this level of technology before 1st grade.
"We've been Duped" is an under statement. Any honey in the store has been heated above 180 degrees which cooks out all substances that whould shorten its shelf life(like the nutrientes)(yes I know that's wrong)What makes honey good for your allergies is the pollen in it. Not only is the pollen cooked out but honey on the shelves more than likely came from more than 100 miles away which would make it useless for allergies any way.
Any idiot could tell that the cat really isnt causing kernel panic. There is a cursor along the bottom edge of the screen, which means that all you have to do to make that picture is get a picture of kernel panic, blow it up full screen and place a cat along the keyboard. It's amazing that the popsci people did not catch that. That is not kernel panic, just a noob lolcat trick.
Five amazing, clean technologies that will set us free, in this month's energy-focused issue. Also: how to build a better bomb detector, the robotic toys that are raising your children, a human catapult, the world's smallest arcade, and much more.
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