Leftover Links for 27 December 2012

Lots of succulent leftovers today. Enjoy.

Cool stuff
Man Walks All Day to Create Massive Snow Patterns (Part 2) – My Modern Metropolis.

Gee, another unreality reality show. Color me surprised.
snopes.com: Amish Mafia and, in town Presence of ‘Amish Mafia’ felt in Lancaster city – Entertainment.

They had all good intentions. Mountains of Madness: Scientists Poised to Drill Through Ice and Into Antarctic Gothic Horror | Wired Science | Wired.com. Alas it was not to be British Antarctic Survey Fails to Penetrate Antarctica’s Lake Ellsworth – ScienceInsider.

Interesting.
The Poisoned Debates Between Science, Politics and Religion : Collide-a-Scape.

Invite them over for next holiday.
Wild Dolphins Give Humans Gifts : Discovery News.

If they say so.
Britain is well prepared to fight apocalyptic zombie invasion – Telegraph.

This is pretty cool.
Amazing Photos of Florida Panther and Cubs Bring a Bright Spot to a Deadly Year | Extinction Countdown, Scientific American Blog Network.

 

From friend of the site, Ben Radford (Where do you think he reads news first?) Total Hooey: The Strangest Non-Stories of 2012 – Yahoo! News

I’m on Token Skeptic podcast this week talking about this site!

And to finish up, you NEVER know.
Video: 15 people hurt as shark tank bursts at Shanghai shopping mall | thetelegraph.com.au.

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  1 comment for “Leftover Links for 27 December 2012

  1. Brian
    December 28, 2012 at 11:14 AM

    Something to think on: the “man walks all day, makes stunning snow art” article… Take one of those pics, and hold them up next to crop circle art. I am NOT saying the artist does crop circles… but it is intriguing how similar the 2 are. I still think Druids are responsible for the crop circle stuff, myself.

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