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The Biggest Organism on Earth – Blue Whale? Mushroom? Giant Underground Panda? Alan Davies?

The Biggest Organism on Earth – Blue Whale? Mushroom? Giant Underground Panda? Alan Davies?

Many of you have may already be familiar with the above video: The Biggest Organism on Earth. The mention of the blue whale, immediately made me think of Poor Alan Davies, and all the times he has guessed “blue whale” on QI, only to be met with the klaxon. I was hoping to find a compilation video, consisting solely of Poor Alan Davies saying “blue whale,” followed by the klaxon. The internet failed me in that regard, but the following Alan Davies/Blue Whale video will suffice:Continue

“An Astronauts Guide To” Video Playlist

“An Astronauts Guide To” Video Playlist

Yesterday, the much anticipated An Astronaut’s Guide To Life On Earth by astronaut superstar Col. Chris Hadfield was published. Leading up to the release, a series of “An Astronaut’s Guide To” videos were released. To coincide with yesterday’s release of the book, the final video was published. If you’ve yet to see yesterday’s video, or have missed one or all of them, I’ve created a handy-dandy playlist for your convenience.Continue

Geek Of The Week March 15, 2013

Geek Of The Week March 15, 2013

Behold! One of the most amazing drumlines you will ever see: Top Secret Drum Corps, based in Basel, Switzerland.  Just watch the above video, and you should know what I mean. Apparently, these guys are very well-known. At least, in the United Kingdom and Europe they are very well-known, having made multiple appearances in Royal Edinburgh MilitaryContinue

Titan Comics Release Trailer For Sci-Fi B-Movie Style Series, IT CAME!

Titan Comics Release Trailer For Sci-Fi B-Movie Style Series, IT CAME!

Titan Comics has just released a trailer for its brand-new series, IT CAME! – a four-issue, 1950s Sci-Fi B-movie style mini-series by Dan Boultwood. Fans of Mystery Science Theater 3000 will love this hilarious romp, a knowing throwback to the heyday of low-budget Sci-Fi cinema! Trundling through the 1950s British countryside, unthinkingly misogynistic space scientist, Dr. Boy Brett andContinue

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