theilr/Flickr CC BY-SA 2.0 As some of you will recall, earlier this year my friends at the County Durham College of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fine Arts discovered a time capsule from the future. The research team has been busily working on decoding quantum spins and such and, last week, I got a brief update … Continue reading A curious, and somewhat frightening, message
Does the colonization of Mars depend on this? istolethetv/Flickr Creative Commons Now that you've clicked on the link with the cute photo, give me a moment. I promise I'll get to dogs and space travel soon. But first, ever since I mentioned akolouthology on this blog a couple of weeks ago, I have received literarily* … Continue reading Are Dogs Essential for Space Travel?
iℏ(∂/∂t) | Ψ ( 😁, 😍) ⟩ = H^| Ψ ( 😁, 😍) ⟩ I've got an exciting update on the latest findings from the future time capsule discovered by researchers at the County Durham College of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fine Arts (CDCAAHFA). Physicists and linguists have been struggling to decipher a set … Continue reading Mathematics of the Heart
CC0 More news from the fine folk at County Durham College of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fine Art. Scientists working in the Temporally Non-Localized Quantum Effects (TempNoLoQo) Research Group have found a time capsule from the future! TempNoLoQo has spent the past five years investigating how the observation of photons in the present can affect … Continue reading Scientists Discover Time Capsule…from the Future!
Graffiti by Banksy Great news! We’ve got more cutting-edge research from the fine folk at the County Durham College of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fine Arts. Researchers in the Department of Computational Psychology recently undertook an experiment in which an AI programme used social media to carry on conversations with sixth-form students across England. The … Continue reading Students Fail Turing Test. Parents Demand School Reforms.
Who needs elves and aliens when you've got this? Economists at the County Durham College for Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fine Art have discovered a new species of dog. Dubbed canis economicus, the new species looks almost identical to normal dogs and even comes in a variety of breeds that mimic our beloved household pets. … Continue reading New Species of Dog Discovered!