Wednesday Wanderings: Social Interaction and the Immune System, Earth Photos, Ice Bucket Challenge Pays Off, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson on Food and Wine

In a follow-up to the discovery that the brain and the immune system are linked, this research seems to indicate that the immune system may control some part of social interaction (Do excuse the click baity headline. The article is interesting.): Immune System and Social Interaction Some really cool photos from the BBC's Earth Capture … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Social Interaction and the Immune System, Earth Photos, Ice Bucket Challenge Pays Off, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson on Food and Wine

Wednesday Wanderings: Toy Car You Can Own, Water on Mars, Weasel Halts Physics Research, and Wine Needle

It didn't quite work out as planned, but that could be your good luck (if you have an extra $32,000 laying around, that is): Toy Car We now know a lot more about the flowing water on Mars, and it is pretty fascinating stuff: Water on Mars Oh, those wascally weasels (and do click on … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Toy Car You Can Own, Water on Mars, Weasel Halts Physics Research, and Wine Needle

Wednesday Wanderings: Inside of Sulley, Fog Fill Grand Canyon, Reasons to Drink More Wine, and Lego Tree Ornaments

For all you science-y types out there, and those who have always wondered what Sulley (of Monsters, Inc) looked like on the inside- well, here you go: http://io9.com/dissection-reveals-the-insides-of-sulley-from-monsters-1475194923 A rare weather event filled the Grand Canyon with fog recently. The pictures are incredible: http://io9.com/a-rare-event-turns-the-grand-canyon-into-cloud-city-1474846875 Just in case your usual reasons are starting to sound a … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Inside of Sulley, Fog Fill Grand Canyon, Reasons to Drink More Wine, and Lego Tree Ornaments