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Part 1 and Part 2. There have been a couple of questions regarding the validity of my measuring process. The one that irked me the most was the fact that I had never measured the weight of the wafers of … Continue reading
So things have gone a bit crazy lately. While on summer vacation, this happened: All for a blog post that I wrote in February. (My previous high for views in one day was 299.) In the original post where my … Continue reading
Are big ice cubes worth it? Do they dilute your drink slower? Dr. Drang looks at the math behind it. This needs some more investigation. Also: sphere icecubes.
[edit 8/20/13: New post with more data on the weights of Oreos and Double Stuf Oreos.] [edit 8/21/13: And Part 3.] Are Double Stuf Oreos really double stuffed? Some disagreement here: Chris Danielson in part 1 2 and 3 versus Chris Lusto in part 1 and 2. … Continue reading
Interesting. As animals get bigger, from tiny shrew to huge blue whale, pulse rates slow down and life spans stretch out longer, conspiring so that the number of heartbeats during an average stay on Earth tends to be roughly the … Continue reading
Our baby is teething and while I was at the pharmacy, I saw a homeopathic remedy for teething babies with the following ingredients: Belladonna, aka Deadly Nightshade, has what percentage of alkaloids? 0.0000000000003% or 3 x 10^-13% Or if we … Continue reading
From paritynews: American Airlines has announced that it has received the permission from FAA to allow its pilots to carry and use iPads in the cockpit during “all phases of flight.” According to the airlines, the tablet will enable pilots … Continue reading
Pat Farmer, an endurance runner, set out to run from the North Pole to the South Pole to raise money for the Red Cross. Utterly awesome. So if he sets off on April 2nd, 2011 and he runs 16 miles … Continue reading
Neat video: Note: All photos were printed on recycled paper. Wasn’t that nice of them. So how many photos? Answer found here.