A chat between three veteran Jeopardy! players about what you think while you’re on the game.
Posts tagged: Brainiacs
The former commander takes you on a spin around the floating space platform.
Scientists are looking at old post-mortem photos to see if the great thinker’s brain was bigger than ours.
The great British thinker (and famous corpse) died on this day in 1832.
Even Jeopardy champions have it rough these days.
Remember the Horta, from the Star Trek episode titled “Devil in the Dark”? I grew up watching Star Trek in black and white, so I’m always stunned to see it in color. It was news to me that the Horta was anything other than black with grey spots. In fact, it’s brown and orange, which makes it look like a shag rug or a wet piece of pepperoni pizza. And it turns out there’s a Hungarian underneath it, giving it life.
Today is the 42nd anniversary of the first manned moon landing. Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the lunar surface, while Michael Collins kept orbit in the “mothership.”
As you can see from the above graphic (courtesy of Oregon’s Eugene Register-Guard), the entire mission was done in just 15 easy steps.