Even though it might technically be safe to walk around with trace amounts of plutonium powering your heart, this is still a terrible idea, and there are two groups that really, really hated it.
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When the Challenger space shuttle exploded in 1986, killing all seven people on board, we turned to language, because in that moment, there was nothing else to do.
According to Matthew Zapruder, poets and tax professionals have a lot more in common than you might think: They're both concerned with the precise meaning of language.
With an interest in both circus and biomechatronics, Briner is clearly a curious person.
The easiest way to avoid blowing up a rocket is to leave it on the launch pad, but that’s not what rockets are for.
According to one park ranger, "there is a considerable overlap between the intelligence of the smartest bears and the dumbest tourists."