TARDIS liquor cabinet

It's liquor on the inside (rimshot). Get your British Sci-Fi TV series inebriation game on the right way with this DIY TARDIS liquor cabinet.

This is an underwater structure built about 80 feet underwater off the coast of the southern Japanese island of Anami Oshima. The architects of this feat of underwater engineering were discovered by Japanese broadcaster NHK, and the answer to what built the six and a half foot wide circular, repeating, and clearly geometric structure is at once mundane and really impressive. The builder, it turns out, was a single ordinary — but exceptionally hard-working – pufferfish.

"Underwater Crop Circles": These mysterious circular patterns were discovered by deep-sea photographer and diver Yoji Ookata. According to Yoji, he had never seen anything like this in his 50 years documenting the underwater world off the coast of Japan .

Ancient Arthropod Fossil Had First Modern Brain

The fossilized example of Fuxianhuia protensa above might be smarter than it looks. The darker inset area is the creature's fossilized brain, and it may be the

LEGO Batcave Includes Everything LEGO Batman Could Need | Geekosystem

) Batcave diorama, assembled by “Brothers Brick” (a. Carlyle Livingston II & Wayne Hussey), took 800 hours to assemble and over LEGO! It also weighs over 100 pounds!

This is the Farthest-Ever View of the Universe

Farthest Ever View of the Universe: Called the eXtreme Deep Field, or XDF, this photo was assembled by combining 10 years of NASA Hubble Space Telescope photographs taken of a patch of sky at the center of the original Hubble Ultra Deep

Seen From Space, The Earth At Night Is Really, Really Beautiful

Night Images of Earth. This image of the continental United States at night is a composite assembled from data acquired by the Suomi NPP satellite in April and October Credit: NASA Earth Observatory/NOAA NGDC.

This is an underwater structure built about 80 feet underwater off the coast of the southern Japanese island of Anami Oshima. The architects of this feat of underwater engineering were discovered by Japanese broadcaster NHK, and the answer to what built the six and a half foot wide circular, repeating, and clearly geometric structure is at once mundane and really impressive. The builder, it turns out, was a single ordinary — but exceptionally hard-working – pufferfish.

The mystery behind an underwater crop circle in Japan has been solved. Underwater photographer Yoji Ookata spotted a strangely beautiful structure off the coast of the southern Japanese island of .

New Images Of Saturn’s Polar Vortex Are Thoroughly Ridiculous

Color-composite image of Saturn's northern pole, made from raw Cassini images acquired Nov. showing the central cyclone surrounded by the wider hexagonal jet stream feature, first spotted by Voyagers 1 and 2 thirty years ago.

New Images Of Saturn’s Polar Vortex Are Thoroughly Ridiculous

Incredible Raw Image of Saturn's Swirling North Pole - Universe Today

LEGO Batcave Includes Everything LEGO Batman Could Need

This amazing LEGO Batman Batcave Built as collaboration project between Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey, no details was spared in this project.

Blind Cavefish Feels With Teeth Protruding From Skin, Previously Unknown Evolutionary Trait... The researchers say that this trait of this particular species of blind cavefish may not be found anywhere else outside of this single cave in Ecuador.

Blind Cavefish Feels With Teeth Protruding From Skin, Previously Unknown Evolutionary Trait. The researchers say that this trait of this particular species of blind cavefish may not be found anywhere else outside of this single cave in Ecuador.

New Images Of Saturn’s Polar Vortex Are Thoroughly Ridiculous

Saturn's Swirling North Pole "This swirling maelstrom of clouds is what was seen over Saturn’s north pole on November by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft"

Fact: The Soft-Shelled Turtle Pees Through Its Mouth

There's a species of soft-shelled turtle in China that 'pees' in puddles through its mouth.

An honest-to-goodness piece of the real life Moon hits the auction block at Heritage Auctions this week, and it’s one of the first in some time to be opened to a private auction. Bidding on the moon meteorite, Dar Al Gani 1058, which fell to Earth and was discovered in Libya, starts at $170,000, but the final price is expected to be as high as $380,000. The rock is a nearly four pound chunk of breccia from the far side of the moon split in two pieces.

Meteorite Dar al Gani (DaG) 1058 the fourth largest piece of Moon is up for grabs

Small, dull, clam-like creatures are filter feeders living a typically less than exciting life beneath the cold waves and icy sheets of Antarctica. The tiny mollusk is getting some time in the spotlight, though, as it was just revealed to have one of the stranger life cycles known to science. All specimens of Lissarca miliaris are born males. As they age and grow, though, they develop female sexual organs, transitioning to a fully female form capable of bearing young by the end of their…

Lissarca miliaris is not exactly a glamorous or remarkable creature. The small, dull, clam-like creatures are filter feeders living a typically less than

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