From the page: “Albert Hofmann, the Swiss chemist who discovered the hallucinogenic drug lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) has died aged 102.”
Wasn’t that a Simpsons episode?
man walked out of a Dallas court on Tuesday after DNA testing overturned his conviction over 27 years ago for the murder and rape of his girlfriend, local media reported.
James Woodward, 55, spent more time in prison than any other wrongfully convicted inmate in U.S. history who was subsequently freed by DNA testing, local media reported.
Toughest Movie Characters of All Times
From Walter Cameron and A.C. Abadie playing the sheriffs in Porters’ The Great Train Robbery (1903) to Douglas Quaid in Verhoeven’s Total Recall: the history of moving pictures is full of tough fellows and quite many tough dames. But who should be the one to be placed above them all? Who is THE toughest movie character of all times?
Another cracking post from CultCase.com
Pranks and bets where people will attempt to drink ipecac, a vomit-inducing syrup made for people who have ingested poison or dangerous drugs.
Scientists used a modified version of the n-back test, which is schematized above, to achieve gains in fluid intelligence previously thought impossible. The image shows how users were forced to remember both visual and auditory information streams.
How HubPages removed and rejected content to improve the user experience and subsequently gain over their rivals Squidoo.
From the page: “If Yahoo Search had a motto for users, it would be ‘Thanks for visiting, now feck off, thanks for the cash'”
New research in to our minds capabilities to retain knowledge has shed light on a question that has been discussed for many years; how much, can our mind remember, at a time?