THE HELL I CAN’T!
How Animals Eat Their Food (by MisterEpicMann)
WHY AREN’T YOU FOLLOWING DEEP SEA FAUNA (with googly eyes)?!?!?
Some Budding Yeast I Used to Grow
A Gotye parody by UC Berkeley’s Nathaniel Krefman that is not only 100X less annoying than the actiual song, but could teach you some real biological vocabulary and lessons about how tiny organisms like yeast are used for genetic studies that even apply to humans.
Of course, the people who give money to scientists don’t always agree with that last part, which is what inspired this song in the first place.
Brilliant. Makes me miss lab work!
“Go home Beluga; you’re drunk!”
You may have heard the other day that there was a Beluga that taught itself to mimic human speech sounds. I use the word “speech” lightly, because it sounds more like that time Doug was trying to learn to be a ventriloquist for the school talent show*. Named NOC (No-See), the beluga had figured out how to make sounds octaves below normal beluga squeaks. Apparently, this is no easy task, and while dolphins have been taught to make human-like sounds, cases of spontaneous mimicry has never been seen before.
But there’s bad news: At the time of publication this past Tuesday, the whale has been dead for five years now. Just goes to show, you can’t hurry science. Sorry NOC.
It surely does.