Homeopathy

Darryl Cunningham writes some good science based cartoons.  Check him out here.

 

Click image for the full cartoon.  Very good.

Click image for the full cartoon. Very good.

Impressive memory

Yo Mama so easy….

When it absolutely, positively has to be erased.

Okay, now I want a sand kitten

Passwords

Nice, from XKCD.com

You are satan’s slave

Nice find clyde.

the sun exploded!

Wow, you gotta watch this video.    Watch it in HD for best effect.

Hey, this Calamities of Nature site is pretty good

Check out http://www.calamitiesofnature.com/.

Belief in evolution vs. GDP

What’s wrong with this picture

Evolution vs per capita GDP

Only about 40 % of american's believe in evolution. Ugh. Only turkey's worse. Click image for more.

Amazing fur coat

Cuttlefish

Cuttlefish are really super cool.  If you haven’t watched, “Cuttlefish: Kings of Camouflage: Nova,” get it from netflix.  Now.

While you’re waiting for the NOVA disk to arrive, check out these photos from National Geographic.

1960′s prediction of 1990′s computers

Vaccinate your children… please.

 

This is what a case of smallpox does do you.  Luckily, smallpox has been pretty well eliminated from the earth due to a massive and effective vaccine program.  So, your kids don’t have to live with that horrible disease.  However, there are still lots of super nasty, deadly diseases that childhood vaccines protect against.

Not only do vaccines prevent horrible diseases, they also don’t cause autism.  The so-called vaccine-autism study was fraudulently conjured up by Andrew Wakefield and it’s not only been shown that he was a fraud, but there have been many, many studies that show a total lack of any causation between vaccines and autism. Vaccines of course, are not without risk, but the risk of the diseases far outweigh the risk of vaccine injury.

Click through to read more…

Sloths

Watch this video from a sloth orphanage. Who knew that there was such thing as a sloth orphanage, let alone how cute little sloths are?

Meet the sloths from Lucy Cooke on Vimeo.