Via Real Clear Science
Until recently, there hadn’t been formal studies to prove which foods would reduce anal gas expulsion (aka farting). The intent of recent research is to document the causes of extreme flatulence, flatulence-free foods and bacteria in the large intestine where the gas is generated.
Spanish researcher Fernando Azpiroz bolsters our scientific knowledge on passing gas. He published two new papers, one published in the journal Gut in June 2013, and the other just published to Neurogastroenterology and Motility. In his most recent paper, he documents how different diets affect flatulence.
It’s a good read, but you may prefer the summary, so i recommend you go to Real Clear Science for a great overview.
Though it doesn’t feature real gameplay, this is a pretty cool trailer for the game Evolve. This trailer is titled “Happy Hunting” and features the cover of Danzig’s Mother, performed by Lissie. The music aligns well with the atmosphere in the trailer.
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Tired of trying to explain bitcoin to your Aunt Becky? Show her this infographic and solve the mystery.
My favorite supervillian, Dr. Horrible, is making a return after 5 years!
Entertainment Weekly caught up with the creator and director of the webseries, Joss Whedon, and asked him what’s the latest update on making progress to a long awaited sequel. Here’s a snippet of his reply, head on over to EW to read the full story:
“We know we have spoken publicly about a sequel in the near distance and our passion to create it, and I promise we have not been insincere. Horrible is still one of our favorite creations by humans who were also us. We have many songs written and the plot outlined, but needless to say, we’ve been busy…” –read the rest @ EW’s blog.
via – Nerdist
This snap shows the Majestic Sombrero Galaxy, it’s my favorite galaxy out of the hundreds of billions out there. A brilliant white core is encircled by thick dust lanes in this spiral galaxy, seen edge-on in this view. The galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and 28 million light years from Earth.
Do you think there’s someone over there looking back at us? Visit the SETI Institute to learn more on that subject.
Credit: NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)