Unser Universum ist nur eines von vielen – behaupten seriöse Kosmologen. Damit gibt es auch gute Argumente für die Existenz von Doppelgängern. Philosophen streiten darüber, ob diese dasselbe denken wie wir.
Some wise-ass kid didn’t know an answer to one of the questions on a calculus quiz, so instead he drew a picture of Charizard along with the explanation “I couldn’t figure out this problem, but here’s an amateur drawing of a Charizard, I hope that helps…” A logical thing to do under the given circumstances.
When the when the kid received his graded paper, he saw that his professor responded with his own amateur drawing of a Blastoise with the words “Blastoise uses water cannon. It’s Super Effective! Charizard fainted.”
Quite literally, I am plugging composite video into a big steak, which is then cooked. The video signal going through the steak is the image of the steak cooking. Gradually, the steak loses moisture and signal can no longer pass.
Starfish, salamanders, and planarian flatworms share a seemingly magical trait: the ability to regenerate body parts they've lost. While humans may never boast quite the same ability, scientists are perfecting ways to create different types of replacement tissue using stem cells or techniques that kick-start regrowth and development. Thanks to their efforts, the fabled "human spare-parts kit" may become a reality sooner than you think.
Many years ago, some clever individual whos name has no doubt been forgotten in the annals of time noticed that Sir Wilfrid Laurier's portrait on the Canadian five-dollar bill looked remarkably like a certain famous Vulcan. And thus the Spock five was born. With the advent of the new Canadian five-dollar bill, Laurier looks even more like Leonard Nimoy, ensuring the Spock five has a long and prosperous future.