Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Prepare your million-year-old martinis

Scientists have discovered a million-year-old ice cube according to CNN, presumably from a million-year-old ice cube tray.
  • Researchers, showing off the cylindrical samples of what they said was the oldest ice ever to be retrieved, said studying air trapped inside "core" samples taken from various depths under ground could also help predict how the Earth's weather patterns will change in the future.
Screw that crap. I know all about the Earth's weather patterns because I saw The Day After Tomorrow. Evacuate to Mexico, because we're about to get eaten by wolves.

You know, I've made four posts today and every one has been sourced from CNN. They must have had some interesting stuff up today. You might as well just bookmark them.

Although if you're looking for Boy George jokes and portraits of the Queen, you've come to the right place.

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