Woodcut prints by Bryan Nash Gill
President Barack Obama stops to view the moon and Venus before boarding Marine One in Boulder, Colo., April 24, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) via The White House on Flickr
Embossed (despite the White House’s weird “don’t mess with our pictures” disclaimer) with a phrase from Barack Obama’s 2004 Democratic National Convention Keynote Address.
Last week, I posted some science-inspired haiku poetry and many of you sent in your own. Thanks for all the replies, tweets and comments with great, geeky poems!
I drew up some of my favorites along with some beautiful Japanese woodblock art (click the photos to view them biggu). Don’t worry, if you don’t see yours, you can check out everyone’s submissions here.
Got any more scaiku?
4-year-old Daisy Morris found some bones while strolling on the beach—a few years later, she now has a pterosaur named after her.
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Milwaukee Brewers’ sausage thieves reveal heist details
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Rest easy, Wisconsin: The Milwaukee Brewers’ missing Italian racing sausage, Guido the sausage, has been found.
After a local businesswoman offered up a case of mustard in exchange for the sausage’…
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