- Danshamptons.com — Goody Garlick: The True Story of the Woman Tried for Witchcraft in East Hampton
“Ah, Garlick, you jeered me when I came to your house to call my husband home. You laughed and jeered me, and I went crying away. Oh, you are a pretty one!…Send for Garlick and his wife…I would tear her in pieces and leave the birds to pick her bones!” And it went on and on. The women tried to cure her of the witchcraft that befell her with oil and sugar. They gave her some cough syrup. Soon after, a metal pin fell out of her mouth.
- (Warning- Blood) Veti-Gel Stops Bleeding Instantly – Video – TechNewsDaily.com – YouTube
via Boing Boing
- A Doctor Hacks His iPhone To Detect A Parasite That Plagues Billions | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation
The resulting microscope (iMicroscope?) was able to detect parasite eggs in stool samples with nearly 70% accuracy (the normal microscope gets it right 87% of the time), and was able to detect some worms with up to 80% accuracy.
- An animal to feed your eco-car
The marine animal tunicate can be used both as biofuel and fish food, according to prize-winning Norwegian research.
- Killing hackers is justified in cyber warfare, says NATO-commissioned report | The Verge
- Anton–Babinski syndrome – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Those who suffer from it are “cortically blind”, but affirm, often quite adamantly and in the face of clear evidence of their blindness, that they are capable of seeing. Failing to accept being blind gets dismissed by the sufferer through confabulation.
- necomimi / neurowear
Fuzzy ears that theoretically respond to your mental exertions.
- Global Internet Porn Habits Infographic | PornMd Sex Search
Interactive map showing the keywords for porn searches from around the globe
- Program developed by ad agency lets users tweet from beyond the grave
via Mr Church
- Pop Sci BodyGuard Glove- POP SCI – YouTube
Via the onion knight
- Adam Harvey Launches Stealth Wear, an Anti-Drone Clothing Line – The Daily Beast
- Alfred Hitchcock was confused by a laxative commercial – YouTube
Hitchcock talks MacGuffins
- Office of Naval Research's Floating Instrument Platform (FLIP) – YouTube
Reference: FLIP flipping. Note size reference at end of clip.
- After Being Cut From Norway, The Pirate Bay Returns From North Korea – Falkvinge on Infopolicy
Freedom has many definitions
- Toyota's i-ROAD Concept is a Three-Wheeled Personal Mobility Electric Vehicle | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
It’s a bike, it’s a car, it’s – the future!
- Being Tased by the Taser Sword! – YouTube
A inelegant weapon from a less civilized age.
- Brains of rats connected allowing them to share information via internet | Science | guardian.co.uk
- Invisible Ink and More: The Science of Spying in the Revolutionary War: Scientific American Podcast
John Nagy, author of Invisible Ink: Spycraft of the American Revolution, discusses the codes, ciphers, chemistry and psychology of spying in the American Revolution, in a talk recorded by podcast host Steve Mirsky at the historic Fraunces Tavern in New York City.
- British Army deploys tiny helicopters | KurzweilAI
British troops are using a nano drone just 10cm long and weighing 16 grams on the front line in Afghanistan to provide vital information on the ground,
- Myanmar's graffiti artists test edges of emerging democracy – CSMonitor.com
- 10 Things You Always Wondered About Cannibalism – Business Insider
Cannibalism primer: “I will make them eat the flesh of their sons and daughters, and they will eat one another’s flesh during the stress of the siege imposed on them by the enemies who seek their lives.”
- Women caught smuggling cocaine in duct tape diapers | ksdk.com
“A K-9 alerted and responded to one suspect’s mid-section. The other suspect walked with an “awkward gait.””
- Hacker Fleet
Consider this against The Seasteading Institute’s platform efforts – Piracy? Transport? Automated boat fleets?
- Discovery Channel Covers DShape 3D Printing – YouTube