I’m taking just a minute of my time tonight, between 2 glasses of wines… or 3… or 4… to post these AWESOME paper snowflakes that Geeks are Sexy reader Zombielove74 just sent in via email a few minutes ago. We figure that you guys have prolly been inundated with this recently, but my roomie and […]
[Source:D-Mac on Deviant Art]
This hand-painted Christmas card comes via pinprick on Flickr. Why leave cookies out for Santa when you can leave out souls to devour instead?
Remember those Quadrotor bots we featured a few months ago? Well one of them, Quadrotor overlord “Echo”, took some time off her busy schedule to play a little something for us for the holidays. Enjoy! A few new videos have also been released since the last time we featured these guys. Here are a few:
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 26 Commander Scott Kelly of NASA and Flight Engineers Cady Coleman of NASA and Paolo Nespoli of the European Space Agency offered Christmas and New Year’s greetings to all people on Earth from the orbital outpost on Dec. 21 as they flew 224 statute miles above our planet.
Don’t forget to leave your brains and cookies out for Santa! Because here are some zombies whose naughty lists you definitely don’t want to be on. Mark this one under “things I inexplicably found a lot of on Flickr” category. Zombie Santa is a popular costume, apparently – who knew! _lisamarie_ (CC)
The nature vs nurture debate is one of science’s longer-running questions, and it doesn’t seem likely it will be settled any time soon. But a newly-published study shows the issue isn’t confined to the human race. Sonya Kahlenberg of Bates College, Maine, and Richard Wrangham of Harvard University have published an article in Current Biology […]
First, there were these awesome Star Wars paper snowflakes, and then a few days later, a cylon version appeared online. Now, just in time for Christmas, here comes a cool predator-themed one, for the joy and pleasure of all sci-fi geeks worldwide. [Via Geekologie]
Previously seen on [GaS]: How to Put Sci-Fi Nerds in Kill Mode [Via]
Apple has stopped distributing an iPhone app that allowed users easy access to leaked US cables published by WikiLeaks. But it may be that the deletion has something to do with a technical breach of the App Store rules rather than the nature of the app itself. The application, named simply WikiLeaks App, was produced […]
Yes folks, the swines from EpicMealTime are back, and this time, they’re building a gingerbread house… minus the gingerbread. Check it out: