What do you think of when you gaze at the moon? Things like, "Why not turn the moon into a solar power plant?" It would never occur to me, but it did to someone at How Stuff Works, who presents a reasonable argument about it, of course!
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For the Menfolk: In honor of Movember (is anyone participating?) here are 40 Moustaches in 100 Seconds to inspire you (you're only a week behind!) to get into the spirit.
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An old but certainly not outdated piece by MythBuster Adam Savage, on 3 Ways to Fix U.S. Science Education.
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Did only Knights wear armor? Is it true that women never fought in medieval battles? Learn the answers to these questions and many more about Arms and Armor. I never thought I had any questions about armor, but I was riveted reading this!
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There are lots of examples of paper cutting art out there, and sure, they're great. And most of them have, at some point, been featured on the Weekend Links. But here are a few examples of some colorful paper art you might not have seen (and if you have, it's well worth a second look).
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A nifty and catchy little song made up entirely of Mike Tyson quotes. Major language warning!
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There's antique … and then there's this: 13 Hyper Vintage Pieces of Furniture. ::adjusts hipster glasses:: "I was into round tables before the Round Table."
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No spooky at all: check out this beautiful picture of bats exiting a cave (Thanks Holly for the link!) Any bat fans out there? I love them because they eat mosquitos.
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Another example of in-flight beauty: "a chance encounter and shared moment with one of natures greatest and most fleeting phenomena." This actually scared me more than the bats, as anyone who has seen "The Birds" may well agree with!
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Stay tuned - more links tomorrow! In the meantime, send your submissions to FlossyLinks@gmail.com.