In the following video presentation, Nasa Scientist Jennifer Heldmann explains very simply how the moon was initially formed and how it later helped Earth’s life creation process by stabilizing its environmental conditions. Videos after the jump.
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] Searching through Flickr this morning for an illustration for a previous post, I accidentally stumbled across a great theme for this week’s geeky pics. It turns out that people just love taking pictures of cats and computers. Maybe this isn’t as sexy as last week’s pics, but maybe I’ll […]
After 17 cans of energy drinks in seven days, I started to regret taking this assignment. It sounded innocent enough at first: buy as many energy drinks as I can find in my local grocery store, drink them as fast as I can without blowing out my kidneys, and write a review of the whole […]
By Mark O’Neill Contributing Writer, [GAS] I have no idea why anyone would want to put themselves through something like this (you’d think they’d be glad to see the back of a regime like the USSR) but apparently Lithuanians can now go to a theme park to relive the days of the Soviet Union. An […]
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] A 15 year old Swedish boy collapsed after playing World of Warcraft (following the release of the new expansion pack) for 24 hours straight. He likely had an epileptic seizure. Doctors said that “his system had been weakened by lack of sleep, lack of food and over-concentration.” The boy’s […]
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] To the husband in the following story, I give an A for effort, a B+ for originality, and a D- for basic human decency. It all begins with a post to Apple’s support forum, where poor Susan has discovered a very disturbing glitch on her husband’s iPhone: Please help! […]
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] Here’s some proof that industry self-policing actually works. The Better Business Bureau’s National Advertising Division released a a statement yesterday giving Cardo Systems a very public scolding for their YouTube videos that suggested that the heat coming from cell phones could pop popcorn kernels. (The implication being, of course, […]
We recently had a piece here on [GAS] featuring various geeky fan art, and had we known about what you’re about to see, we would have surely included it with the bunch. This amazing time-lapse video shows the work of Robert Burden while he’s painting one of the most incredibly detailed pieces of geeky art […]