At 8.30 am on the morning of May 28th 2015, Lars Wilson had settled down on the beach after catching the early morning waves He was the first to notice them, but he did not entirely believe what he saw.
I meet Orlo Stent in the ruins of the Ministry of Magic, at his insistence. “This is where we lost the war” he insists. He’s a gruff old man now, but beneath surface you can still see the shadow of the legendary Auror he once was. He wears his old combat robe and medals with pride. He hobbles on a cane, which he jabs…
Everyone was pretty amazed when God descended from the heavens adorned in fur-trimmed silk robes, slicked back hair and Versace sunglasses. He was the coolest guy ever. One hand would hold an expensive cigar while the other would conjure the greatest wonders.
We in the UK are lucky enough Age of Ultron earlier than in the states. It’s really good, you should see it. Don’t click this link unless you’ve seen it. Here are my first impressions
Bryan Konietzko isn't just a creative and competent show runner for an excellent show in spite of the tyranny of Studio Executives, he's also a great human being.
The biggest problem I have when writing a science article is figuring out the right time to mention how valid I think the results are. Sometimes I come across a story which is popular, but might have some problems that mean that some of the conclusions don't stand up to scrutiny.
It's been three years and everything on the new series of avatar has changed. When we left the end of the last series, Korra had defeated Zahir, but was left weakened by her encounter. The Airnation had decided to pull up the slack, and take over the duties of the Avatar. At which point I presume they all decided to…
Science is amazing, but it can also be dangerous. Nowhere does this become more apparent than for the scientists who are grappling with the latest Ebola outbreak.
One day, whilst I was studying at a marine research station, I stumbled into the local drinking establishment, and noticed a fellow researcher with half of his face coloured brown from iodine, due to an injury dealt at the fin of a Basking shark.
This video sums up everything about how bacteria are adapting to our antibiotics.
I saw the article on how we've been warned about climate change for 36 years, and couldn't help but draw attention to this little nugget. We've known about antibiotic resistance since 1907.
In 1934, The Los Angeles Milk Commission gave its employees devastating ultimatum- lose their tonsils or lose their jobs. When our antibiotics stop working, your employer may force you to make a similar choice. They'd be right to.
Infectious bacteria are developing resistances to our medicines at alarming rates, and we…
These set of panels were taken from Alan Moore's Top Ten, one of the finest comics ever written.
"The stuff of nightmares, reduced to an exhibit"
The last episode of Elementary (S1 E17, Possibility Tw0) inspired me to concoct the perfect murder.