[S]omeone who takes MDPV may find himself feeling extremely paranoid and panicky, but he’s unlikely to believe that a giant lizard wearing a tuxedo is about to eat his cat.
- Salt, We Misjudged You
Like with many things, I think listening to your body will solve this controversy in a rather natural manner.
- German teen Shouryya Ray solves 300-year-old mathematical riddle posed by Sir Isaac Newton
In case that’s not impresive enough, he solved another mathematical problem (from the 19th century) too.
- How tiny insects survive the rain
Nature definitely has a cool bag of tricks.
- The Straight Dope on What Bath Salts Do to Your Brain and Why They’re Dangerous
An informative and rationale article, without the usual cannibal and zombie panic.
- Five Geek Social Fallacies
I’ll try to look more closely for these in the geek communities I’m a part of.
- The 22 rules of storytelling, according to Pixar
Seemingly simple rules that make the Pixar movies as great as they are.
- Black Hatted
Interesting post on how an ATM manufacturerer cooperated with a security researcher. More companies should behave this way.
- The EU’s far frontier
How joining the Schengen area was detrimental to the development of Eastern Poland.
- Work on unimportant problems
While there are things I disagree with in this article, the overall message is something that strikes a chord with me.
- The Cup Runneth Over
Some critical thoughts on Ukraine in light of the Euro Cup.
Review of Black Hat by Obi-Wan Kenobi: “You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.”