Thursday, August 7, 2014

MotherFucking Science Linky Love

Courtesy of Lubos, the hardest working man in string theory, I learned of this excellent aggregator for all things #MotherFuckingScience: Science 2.0. Go there, put it in your sidebar, all that good stuff.
Along the way, I was also reminded of the lesser, but still functional, utility of the Real Clear Science site--having become disenchanted with its cousin, Real Clear Politics, I had not visited in years. But there is some stuff there worth a perusal.
Now, there comes the issue of finding some Linky Love art that meets the standards you've come to expect--while still expressing some level of scienciness. No mean feat.
Luckily, I recalled that the protagonist in the original (not Asimov's)1939 short story "I, Robot" was named Adam Link. So, the next step was a small one...




I suddenly feel the urge to upload a large file.

10 comments:

Critter said...

The third one. :)

rik said...

Numero Dos

Anonymous said...

I generally avoid high-maintenance women.

Soylent Green said...

Sound wisdom, anon.

B.C. said...

There is some really cool stuff on that science-esque site, but they are fully in the camp of the Glow Bull Wormists. I won't be bookmarking them. Sure, they have a few articles, sprinkled here and there, about problems with bird shredders and such, but they are full-tilt, balls-to-the-wall onboard with the Goreacle and his Band of Merry Marxists.

Fuck 'em and feed 'em fish heads.

Soylent Green said...

Poisoned fish heads, BC.

Soylent Green said...

I wasn't even looking at the environmental stuff, BC. But yeah they do seem to be reaching for anything that will "save" thermageddon theory--ei the unpredicted pacific cooling, and therefore "the pause," is due to arctic warming, which there isn't any of.
So, it is useful for mockery fodder if nothing else. BEsides, I needed an excuse to post hot cyborg babes.

B.C. said...

Any port in a storm, as they say! :-)

PS: Who needs a fucking excuse to post hot cyborg snoochettes? ;-)

GOODSTUFF said...

Hey Dude - thanks for the links and robot stuff - think you will like this photo dump

Vintage Robots Hookers - Photo Dump
http://goodstuffsworld.blogspot.com/2014/02/vintage-robots-hookers-photo-dump.html

will link back, next week


Anonymous said...

Check out "The Colossus Of New York" (1958). EPIC film.

http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=colossus+of+new+york&qpvt=colossus+of+new+york&FORM=VDRE#view=detail&mid=91D7AA99EB0F1D7C097091D7AA99EB0F1D7C0970

This clip has the "chessboard" sequence.