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For the past two years, a mysterious online organisation has been setting the world's finest code-breakers a series of seemingly unsolveable problems...Welcome to the world of Cicada 3301 One evening in January last year, Joel Eriksson, a 34-year-old
Hayley Gillespie's Art.Science.Gallery , and what could be better than to be newly situated in Big Medium's Canopy compound? Well, Art.Science.Gallery, ever about the intersection of rigorous investigation and aesthetic expression, could have opened
Cicadas live underground as nymphs for most of their lives, at depths ranging from about 30 centimetres to 2.5 metres. The nymphs feed on root juice and have strong front legs for digging. They construct an exit tunnel to the surface and emerge to
September 14, 2013 Gears may seem like a purely human invention. And yet the basic interlocking mechanism found inside grandfather clocks and car steering systems has now turned up in the remarkably powerful legs of young planthopper insects. The
Arizona Daily Sun 9 minutes ago During summer in the high country, the patience of local gardeners is finally rewarded as fluorescent green plant growth is sent rocketing skyward by drenching monsoon showers. Whether it is sprouting on trees and
Gordon was working on his 1996 book " The Compleat Cockroach " when he first realized how truly edible cockroaches are they're full of protein and, as most New Yorkers know, are especially crunchy, he said in an interview with Business Insider.
Mary's Hospital and Buckingham Palace in London heralded the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's baby boy on Monday.
That makes hatch activity quite relevant in lower than normal water conditions. And that means fishing now and for a few weeks to come will be sensational. Take advantage of it now for later in the season, things will be quite different...Typical for
While this writer was not able to see all 330 films from 49 countries over three days at the Palm Springs International Short Film Festival -- the largest of its kind in the U.S. -- all or part of 98 shorts were seen. Those that warranted full
As the so-called cicada invasion comes to an end, federal funding for the University of Connecticut's $657,900 study of the large insects continues. Cicadas made themselves known across the East Coast over the late spring with a loud chorus when they