Monday, December 31, 2012

New Year Resolution 2013

Time flies. 
And the world didn't end. By the way I didn't even bother to write "survive the 2012 apocalypse" in my last new year resolution because we all knew it's nonsense.

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Christmas For The Godless Flock

I've spent 23 Christmases at church, two at home. 

I know and understand the meaning of Christmas for Christians, but back in the days I couldn't understand how atheists and godless people perceive Christmas. I thought the whole purpose of Christmas for atheists was just to buy gifts, get drunk and have sex. 

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Sperm Swimming Speed And Promiscuity

Science can get sordid sometimes. I should have enrolled in zoology instead of physics because, as I've found out during the course of my studies, studying animal copulation is way more interesting than studying particles you can't actually observe with the naked eye.

Okay, let's get into serious business now.

What is the relationship between sperm swimming speed with promiscuity? We all know that sperms are mini tadpoles on steroid. Out of billions of sperms only one can fertilize the egg. And within the acidic canal of the Fallopian tube many more will die, so there's no room for your little demons to sit back and chill.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Why Are Wedding Dresses White?

Have you ever wondered why are wedding dresses white? Why not blue, green, yellow or red? 

Friday, December 7, 2012

When Sir David Attenborough Talks, You Listen

He is a giant in science, period. 60 years in the wild, chasing animals and delivering breath-taking spectacles to all of us at home, spat at by cobras, groomed by gorillas, and sadly, not all of us recognize his name.

Guardian UK recently published a profile of Sir David Attenborough, and I was really upbeat reading the piece. I have been watching him for as long as I can remember. His voice is hoarse at time, full of grandpa-ish kindness and yet never lacking in authority and power.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

The World's Longest Diary

We take photographs and write diaries to document our lives.

By looking at a person's diary or photographs, we can roughly setup an imaginary personality of an individual, though the results of our imagination may not hold water.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

FIFA to Launch Inaugural Fallon d'Floor

The world football's governing body has launched an inaugural award to honor top divers in the sport.

ZURICH — FIFA has announced its intention to launch a new individual award alongside the Ballon d’Or award to honor and remember the drama contributed by cheaters of the sport.
"We have decided to name the award Fallon d'Floor. It's an exciting new award for every player because everybody can have a go at this award," said FIFA president Sepp Blatter when interviewed at his office.

"It doesn't matter if you're playing in a top league or a lower league. The more dramatic your fall is, the higher the chance of you getting this award."

The full list of preliminary nominees, which was announced yesterday on FIFA's official website, includes Real Madrid’s duo Cristiano Ronaldo and Angel Di Maria, Manchester United winger Ashley Young and Liverpool striker Luis Suarez. Other prominent stars include Sergio Busquets of Barcelona, Arjen Robben, and Fernando Torres.

The winner and runner-ups will be given a trophy and cash prizes. All the awards will be presented at the FIFA Ballon d’Or Gala at the Kongresshaus in Zurich on 7 January 2013 during a televised show to be streamed live on and FIFA on YouTube. In addition to the above awards, the recipient of the FIFA Presidential Award and the FIFA Fair Play award will also be revealed during the gala.

p/s: this is a fake news.


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