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Can Planets Be Orphans Too?

saturn

The astronomers, led by Takahiro Sumi if Osaka University in Japan, reported in the journal Nature there are hundreds of billions of planets that have been orphaned by their planetary systems. The planets have either been completely ejected out of orbit, meandering through space, or are distantly bound to their stars at a distance at least 10 times that of the Earth's distance from the Sun. Read More »

The Peaceable Network

Edward Hicks - Peaceable Kingdom

New understandings of ecosystems bring network administration to bear on the problems of natural resources management. Through networks we seek the domestication not only of ourselves, but of nature itself. Read More »

Fibonacci Pigeons

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By definition, the first two Fibonacci numbers are 0 and 1, and each subsequent number is the sum of the previous two. The first few digits of the Fibonacci string are 0 ,1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21… so on an so forth. If you look close enough, Fibonacci can be found damn near everywhere in nature and ... Read More »

Blooming Wire Clips Make Cables Less of an Eye Sore

How about this? Instead of trying to conceal wires behind pieces of furniture, why not integrate them into the decor of your home? These Blooming Wire Clips do exactly that, enhancing your cables to look like a natural part of the environment. We’ve already seen wires that look like actual vines, but these clips are a bit more practical. With ... Read More »

Real Life Dragon Found in Indonesia

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Ok, so it might not be an actual dragon as it doesn’t blow fire, but it’s a lizard… with wings… which is pretty damn close. Hide your treasure and lock up your princesses! Wait a second, what are we scared of, it’s like two inches long. Oh wait, they have parents don’t they? Link [via] Read More »