How is it possible for something with those eyes to ever go extinct? How? Why?!
Oh great, more competition for my morning coffee.
Definitely not good.
Duck and cover!
“Hey, I can see my house from here!”
You know how we recognize that something smells like strawberries, even though strawberries themselves don’t have a smell?
Maps to the rescue.
Don’t let your boss find out, but in a physical sense, energy is defined as the ability to do work.
It pays to stick your nose in museum drawers!
A cool, solid research paper.
They’re cultural cheat-sheets.
“Researchers have developed a new representation process on the rotational unit of RUM, a recurrent memory that can be used to solve a broad spectrum of the neural revolution in natural language processing.”
A machine wrote those words.
Jewels in the desert.
The moral of the story, kids, is get vaccinated.
“We hope that it will be very useful material for further study of the evolution of hadrosauroids, iguanodintians and ornithopods as well,” the authors write.
…because it can’t get a tan.
“Both data sets demonstrate the earth’s surface has been warming globally over this period, and that 2016, 2017, and 2015 have been the warmest years in the instrumental record,” the authors explain.
“With the [new method] we can spot objects regardless of their surface color, and use it to measure their sizes and other surface properties,” said the researchers.
“The increase in despair that occurs across the 30s is generalized to the entire cohort, regardless of race, ethnicity, education, and geography,” the authors write.