Mealworms munch on Styrofoam, a hopeful sign that solutions to plastics pollution exist. Wei-Min Wu, a senior research engineer in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, discovered the larvae can live on polystyrene. (Photo: Yu Yang). Consider the plastic foam cup.
So tonight there was a Super Blood Moon Eclipse thing, but I could only see it online because we had like 100% cloud cover here so for me it turned out to be more of a I-Love-The-Shit-Out-Of-This-Stupid-Dog thing because LOOK AT THIS FACE. This is what I want to be in my next life.
Mickeycaskill writes: Researchers at Symantec have documented a piece of malware that infects routers and other connected devices, but instead of harming them, improves their security. Affected routers connect to a peer-to-peer network with other compromised devices, to distribute threat updates. 'L...
"Helmet, what's happening?" "Sanders, what's happening?" "It's MegaMaid. She's gone from suck to blow." "What? They're getting all their air back! Do something!" "Do something!" "Do something!" Classic.