Each Friday we’ll post a collection of links for you to check out over the weekend — posts from around the web that didn’t quite make the cut for the week. Not saying these aren’t cool, by any means — they’re just older or not as exciting as the links we decided to post.
- Scientists use fractals to determine when bananas are becoming mushy and inedible (io9)
- 10 New Genetic Discoveries — And The Diseases They Could Treat (io9)
- Time lapse video: Gas jets expand during star birth (New Scientist TV)
- NASA Unveils New Detailed Photos of Apollo Moon Landing Sites (Scientific American)
- Panda poop may solve biofuel woes (Mother Nature Network)
- Peace of Mind: Near-Death Experiences Now Found to Have Scientific Explanations (Scientific American)
- Ray Bradbury’s Scientific Obsessions (io9)
- The giant crab invasion of Antarctica has begun (io9)
- Help Astronomers Study a Newly Discovered Supernova (Wired)
- The universe might not be the same all over (io9)
And here is a recap of this week’s community posts, in case you missed them on Facebook or Twitter:
- Huge Lake Could Increase Chance of Life on Jupiter Moon (Wired)
- Great Moments in Pedantry: The odds of your existence (Boing Boing)
- Physics of the Yellow Angry Bird (Wired Science)
- Our Customers Know Best: An invite to share your favorite Edmund products with the world. (Plus win prizes!)
- Deal of the Day: Leonardo da Vinci Catapult model
- Deal of the Day: Electronic Antique Microscope
- We launched a page on Google+! Please circle us, if you are on G+.
Have a great weekend.