Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Miss Cellania's Links

The World’s Weirdest Plants.

The Terminator: An Oral History. (via Digg

Who Made That Scotch Tape?

Nathan Yau at Flowing Data takes a turn to the weird side for a list of 19 maps that will blow your mind. (via Metafilter)

Obamacare in Kentucky: The luxury of seeing a doctor. I haven’t seen a doctor yet, but I’ve paid my first premium!

The map project I Know Where Your Cat Lives plots cats’ locations from data their owners did not realize was online. It’s a slightly less creepy way of letting you know how easy people are to track from their online information.

The Scopes Monkey Trial 2.0. The battle between creation and evolution is rising again in Dayton, Tennessee’s Bryan College.

Here’s How Robin Williams Lost Parts In 4 Different Batman Movies (And 6 More Famous Roles He Nearly Had). Someone else was always there to snatch those roles away.

The World Science Festival has posted part two of their article on the atomic age. This one addresses the thorny ethics of nuclear weapons and nuclear power.

Senior Living Communities came together to produce an 18-month calendar featuring residents illustrating their favorite movies, TV shows, and album covers. Grandpa looks good as a Ghostbuster!

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