A captive female crow, confronted with a task that required a curved tool, spontaneously bent a piece of straight wire into a hooked shape -- and then repeated the behavior in nine out of ten subsequent trials. Though these crows are known to employ tools in the wild using natural materials, this bird had no prior training with the use of pliant materials such as wire -- a fact that makes its apparently spontaneous, highly specific problem-solving all the more interesting, and raises intriguing questions about the evolutionary preconditions for complex cognition. Video available.
Celebrating women who go against the unfortunate societal myth that 'bots are for boys, collecting toys makes you a geek/nerd/dork and girls don't like guys who collect toys.
Poster image collection of Toho's Sci-fi, Fantasy and War films. Includes Godzilla, Gamera, Rodan, Mothra, King Kong and many others.
C-3PO went on a vacation to the planet of the giant vegetables. Yes, there really is a planet of giant vegetables. There is a planet that is all ice. There is a planet that is all desert. There is a planet that is all swamp. So there is a planet that is all giant vegetables.
We the undersigned, urge you to consider Ghyslain A.K.A. "Star Wars Kid" for a cameo in the upcoming Star Wars Episode III movie. s
A great dragonball Z Parody about the Cell Saga. An exerpt goes like: 'Go away, Krillin. All you do...is die. Just...leave. Now.' Enjoy!
At last you can have the entire internet on your hard drive, at your fingertips, any time, day or night.
Animated ASCII based on the bullet scene from the Matrix.
A 737 flight simulator, to scale using real parts.
You're our only hope. Here, take the orb. This will protect you.
Use your mouse to control. Breack all the ice blocks and grab the fruits inside.
He answers the questions well........and you get to hit him and more!
Ace collection of sci-fi movie posters, something like from 1930s to 2003. Over 2000 posters from all over the world. ATTACK OF THE 50FT WOMAN, KING KONG, RETURN OF THE FLY etc.
Beautiful radial symmetry and pristine mathematics, perverted into a revolting, horrible, yet highly amusing little optical toy.
Star Wars Kid is back. Stronger. Better. More powerful. Sent from the future to destroy us all.