Geekend Update: Blacklight Sheep, Moon Base, and Asymmetry

Blacklight Sheep, Moon Base, and Asymmetry

Your weekly look at the most interesting science stories in the ever-expanding universe.

For more on the stories this week, you can read about Blacklight Sheep, Moon Base, and Asymmetry.

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If there isn't Asymmetry in matter, we're in for some very weird discoveries in the future. Alot weirder than bouncy castles on the moon.

Yay! Bouncy castles on the moon!

Gotta say, I don't ever want to find Blacklight lamb on my plate.

As long as we are changing sheep DNA,

:) Good Show.

Nevermind, forget I even mentioned anything.

When the bounce castle party finally starts on the moon maybe we can invite the blacklight sheep over to make it a blacklight party.

We can use that paint that glows under a blacklight and make it a bitchin' party! :D

Seriously, if no one brings a bounce castle to the moon for it's base I'm gonna be very disappointed with science.

Man, you don't want corporatizing of space exploration and travel so soon.

Fiz_The_Toaster:
When the bounce castle party finally starts on the moon maybe we can invite the blacklight sheep over to make it a blacklight party.

We can use that paint that glows under a blacklight and make it a bitchin' party! :D

Seriously, if no one brings a bounce castle to the moon for it's base I'm gonna be very disappointed with science.

Me too, Fiz. Me too.

You've never been around actual sheep, have you? They're hideous, dirty and noisy things. Blacklight cats are the future.

Why would you need a bouncy castle on the moon? You can just jump.

I really like the new transitions between the stories.
At any rate, glow in the dark kittens were more adorable, even if they died out in ten days if I remember right.

I'd imagine the inflatable anything would be rather delicate because the material would have to be able to contract and expand like cloth, so not exactly the strongest? I'm probably wrong cuz' I ain't smarter then a scientist, but it'd be nice to know about.

Also the antimatter story was kinda interesting. Terrible shame that they're taking down the collider, for awhile anyways.
...Looking at this post it seems more of a string of thoughts, with nothing really connecting it. Sniff...bad writing.

"At first scouentist though that when the universe began it was conprized of equal amoutns of matter and antimatter".
Okay... learn somethign new every day?
I always thought, like most scientists did, that it went from full antimatter and slowly increased in matter capacity, hence the existence of universe from nothing, and when the matter increase the condition may become that where humasn are not able to survive. excelt that is very slow process and we likely be extinct anyway by then, but still you put forth some intresting theorys noones ever heard of as truth...

kailus13:
You've never been around actual sheep, have you? They're hideous, dirty and noisy things. Blacklight cats are the future.

Why would you need a bouncy castle on the moon? You can just jump.

I want a blacklight kitty!

Evil Smurf:

kailus13:
You've never been around actual sheep, have you? They're hideous, dirty and noisy things. Blacklight cats are the future.

Why would you need a bouncy castle on the moon? You can just jump.

I want a blacklight kitty!

O corse you do, everyone does. And eventually, blacklight kitties ON THE MOON.

 

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