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Category Archives: Ramblings
This poem on the importance of the Oxford comma is fantastic. Created by Brian Bilston. When making lists of three or more, use the Oxford comma! Onwards!
Mathematicians don’t get enough credit for how much they have changed the world. Literally everything we do in the modern world is the result of one mathematician or the other. Over at Business Insider, they have a great list of … Continue reading
This video is very cool. Using parts from an Imperial speeder bike toy and a quadrocopter, Adam Woodworth made an actual flying Imperial speeder bike, and it is glorious. To make things even better, he put a camera in the stormtrooper’s … Continue reading
There are some words which people have a tendency to mispronounce over and over again. Over at Oxford Dictionaries Blog, they have a collection of six words that everyone pronounces wrong. These are: Espresso Sherbet Prescription Comptroller Nuclear Quinoa I … Continue reading
There are several nouns in the English language that are always plural. It’s one of those odd quirks that you don’t really realise until it is pointed out to you, at which point it seems exceedingly puzzling. These nouns are pluralia … Continue reading
Where would today’s countries be located on Pangea? The map shown here (from Open Culture) gives a pretty good guess at it. It’s amazing to think that approximately 300 million years ago, all the countries and continents that we recognise … Continue reading
“The view of life in space is getting a major boost with the introduction of 4K Ultra High-Definition (UHD) video, providing an unprecedented look at what it’s like to live and work aboard the International Space Station. This important new … Continue reading