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In this viral footage, shot on a potato and video-compressed with a radish, the best method of organizing nails is revealed. I’m happy to take questions about the thermodynamics of all this, and I’m sure someone will eventually be along to answer them.
Some suspect that the footage is reversed; a commenter on Reddit demonstrated otherwise by actually reversing it (embedded below).
Meet Ryker, Happy Mutants. Ryker, a Belgian Malinois, studied at the Double H Canine Training Academy, and here is footage of his failed test to become a service animal. Ryker was instead adopted by his trainer, Zach James.
More of Ryker’s antics follow below.
Source: Dog fails service animal test
How does an owl’s tail help it fly? To understand the role of the tail is raptor aerodynamics, researchers at the UK’s Royal Veterinary College recorded the motion of tiny helium bubbles as they were swirled about by birds of prey flying through them. According to the science journal Nature, the videos enabled the scientists to discover “a new way in which birds use their tail to provide lift and so reduce drag while gliding… Their findings could provide a new way to improve the efficiency of small gliding aircraft.”
More: “High aerodynamic lift from the tail reduces drag in gliding raptors” (Journal of Experimental Biology)
I found this thread on Twitter pretty funny, where writer Nicole Najafi imagines what dates might be like with all of the Democratic candidates.
I went on a date with every presidential candidate so you don’t have to. (thread 1/9) pic.twitter.com/v9Ou5eGcwn
— Nicole Najafi (@NicoleNajafi) February 22, 2020
Image: Public Domain
This iron-on three-inch patch, inspired by Untitled Goose Game, features an angry or perhaps merely determined goose preparing to commit crimes. It’s on the etsy store of Roamin Bison Workshop, which specializes in cool animal pins. [via]
Be Goose Do Crime design!
3×3 inch circle
Source: Knife-wielding goose patch