Thursday, January 10, 2013

Miss Cellania's Links

On Yawning; or, The Hidden Sexuality of the Human Yawn.

Amanda Palmer on dealing with internet hatred. (via Boing Boing)

10 Most Inaccurate Military Movies Ever Made. (via the Presurfer)

Scientists share the funny fine print of experiments and studies, or what should have been included in their methods sections, at Twitter. These are tagged with #overlyhonestmethods if you want to contribute yours. (via Holy Kaw!)

What is Orbiting the Eye of Sauron? If it's a planet, it's a truly weird one.

Artist Bill Robles has sketched courtroom scenes for fifty years. See how he's captured the famous and infamous at the worst points of their lives.

Here’s A Video Of Giggling Norwegians Stalking A Moose With A Remote Controlled Quadcopter. The moose was baffled, but not bothered.

Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio to Send Armed Posses to Protect Schools. However, Arizona kids are more afraid of the sheriff than of intruders.

15 Incredible Creatures Born from Burning Matchsticks. Russian artist and photographer Stanislav Aristov combines smoke and embers to make something totally new.

The Evolution of the Inaugural Ball. As the president celebrates the beginning of a new term on January 21st, he's continuing a long line of tradition.

1 comment:

Ken D said...

In reference to your post "Inaccurate Military Movies": "The Green Berets" was one of the most popular movies on the circuit. We watched it as a comedy.