20. Dezember 2018

Animoji Nickelback

I even can't stand Chad Kroeger as Animoji. And this Danny Kabouni-Guy is a horrible person for doing this.Ever wondered what a @nickelback music video would like with Animoji’s…yeah me too. I don’t know why I’m like this😂 pic.twitter.com/CcaBqmVPbT— Danny Kabouni (@KabouniFilms) December 19,… Gib mir den Rest, Baby!

2018 war das wärmste Jahr in Deutschland seit Beginn der Wetteraufzeichnungen

Update für meine kleine Sammlung an Hitzerekorden: Deutschland erlebt wärmstes Jahr seit Beginn der Messungen. Global war 2018 das viertwärmste Jahr, nur noch geschlagen von 2015, 2016 und… Gib mir den Rest, Baby!

Political Instagram and the Post-Left

Joshua Citarella hat ein Essay/eBook über die neue Radikalisierung junger Linker auf Instagram geschrieben. Auffällig sind für mich beim ersten Querlesen eine bemerkenswerte… Gib mir den Rest, Baby!

Black Mirror-Film „Bandersnatch“ kommt am 28. Dezember

Auf Netflix ist ein Visual aufgetaucht, dass einen Black Mirror-Film namens Bandersnatch ankündigt, der ab 28. Dezember auf der Plattform streamen soll.Der Titel „Bandersnatch“ bezieht… Gib mir den Rest, Baby!

Biology-Paper featuring Trumps face on Monkey Shit

Good old trolling from the biology department: Editors investigate after science journal publishes study with Trump's face on monkey feces.A study published in Nature Scientific Reports has… Gib mir den Rest, Baby!

Hellboy (2019) – Trailer

Erster Trailer zum Hellboy-Reboot von Neil Marshall (Game of Thrones, Westworld, Dog Soldiers, The Descent) und mit David Harbor als Big Red und Milla Jovovich als Nimue the Blood Queen in den… Gib mir den Rest, Baby!

Watership Down | Official Trailer | Netflix

A warren of rabbits battles many threats on their daring journey to find a new home in this adaptation of the classic novel by Richard Adams. James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, John Boyega, Gemma Arterton, Daniel Kaluuya, Ben Kingsley, Olivia Colman and many more lend their voices to this epic tale.

Four part limited series launching December 23, 2018

Japans Trains bark like Dogs to save Bambi

Only In Japan wollen sie Züge mit Sounds bellender Hunde ausstatten, um Hirsche und Rehe von den Gleisbetten zu vertreiben und Kollisionen zu vermeiden: Japanese train barks like a dog to prevent accidents.

Researchers in Japan have fitted a train with a speaker that barks like a dog and snorts like a deer in order to prevent collisions on the railway. Tokyo's Asahi Shimbun newspaper reports that the combination of sounds is designed to scare deer away from the tracks in a bid to reduce the number of animal deaths on the railway.

Officials from the Railway Technical Research Institute (RTRI) say that a three-second blast of the sound of a deer snorting attracts the animals' attention, and 20 seconds of dog barking is enough to make them take flight.

RTRI researchers say the late-night tests, at times when deer congregate around railway tracks, have resulted in a halving of deer sightings. If proved to be effective, future plans include static barking sites where deer are commonly seen, but "the noises will not be blared in areas where people live beside the tracks".