The Turing Bombe, a codebreaking machine devised by Alan Turing and Gordon Welchman to decipher the Nazi Enigma Codes during World War II, has been meticulously reconstructed by a team of 60 people, … [Read more...] about Turing Bombe Recreated at Bletchley Park
The California Assembly approved a bill that would allow domestic partners to joint file income tax returns, but not before a shouting match between the bigots and the gays: ," said Assemblyman Jay La … [Read more...] about News: Stem Cells, Xtina, German Fisting, Pluto
So shameful that the Republicans figured out a way to push it through as quickly as possible. So shameful that Bush barred the media from covering it. Here's how Bush explained his veto of a bill … [Read more...] about Bush’s Shameful Stem Cell Veto
What Pat learned at his prayer retreat: "If I heard the Lord right about 2006, the coasts of America will be lashed by storms." And in other news, the Pope is Catholic. … [Read more...] about Pat Robertson Says God Told Him About Storms
For the longest time, Scientists couldn't figure out where the Egyptian king's missing member had gone, speculating that it had been stolen and sold (on the lucrative shrunken penis market, no doubt). … [Read more...] about BREAKING (literally!): King Tut’s Penis
Neuroscientist Simon LeVay says that the relationship between Robin Williams and Nathan Lane's characters in The Birdcage is much more realistic than the relationship between Jack Twist and Ennis del … [Read more...] about Simon LeVay: Even Gay Opposites Attract
When you think about how little of the world is still untouched, the recent discoveries in Papua New Guinea are huge. The nature freak in me was immediately drawn to this story. Scientist: "It's … [Read more...] about The Lost World
A fascinating new study uses physical evidence to argue that bisexuality, especially in men, is a myth. … [Read more...] about Bye Bi Love?