26 October 2006

Science:1, Vampires:0

A cute little fluff article over on NY Times about why vampires and ghosts can't be real, just in time for Halloween. The link they give for the actual paper itself is incorrect, it can be found here instead. It's also not at the highest level, being more about physics ed than hardcore physics, but still amusing.

4 comments:

Ken Albin said...
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Ken Albin said...

Yet it takes a little of the fun out of Halloween, don't you think? My ancestors came from Romania so I am fond of the vampire legends.

Happy Halloween!

Allison said...

Hahahahaha let's see your "science" disprove Great Cthulhu! Soon he will live again and we, his faithful beleaguered servants, shall be eaten first while you all writhe in madness! That is not dead which can eternal lie, and with strange aeons even death may die.

zandperl said...

It's a little known fact that Cthulu is actually a primitive visualization of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. It is only in modern times that He has revealed himself in his sacy glory via his Noodly Appendage.

Cthulu

Flying Spaghetti Monster