Check out This Video. It's on MIT's webpage. They've got this crazy magnet setup where you can drop a metal object on this plate and it spins, zomg! If I had one of these I'd be spending a lot more of my time staring and drooling.
I recently found an article with such fascinating topics mentioned that I spent a good hour on wikipedia. Does antimatter get repelled by gravity instead of attracted? If so, what's its interaction with black holes? Read this article, "If Antimatter Falls Into A Black Hole, Does It Make A Sound?" And check out the wikipedia entry on gravitational interaction of antimatter for a bit more info. While researching, I landed upon the topic of negative mass, a concept that sound impossible, but actually arose from implications inferred by our math. Fascinating stuff, seriously.
Giant pengins FTW Article on Physorg
World's fastest lawnmower (with vid) Article over at Gizmodo
Go to hell, tinyurl, google's taking you over too. Article on Gizmodo
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