Researchers at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa have created a simulation of the potential spread of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill over 360 days. Their hypothetical scenario? All sorts of bad.
Bad news first: ServerGeddon (a.k.a. Imagepocalypse) is still in effect this Sunday morning. The good news? We're going to own this. In the spirit of this snafu, here's a bunch of chase scenes set to Boots Randolph's "Yakety Sax." Enjoy.
Dear io9ers, as you may have noticed, images are on the fritz this Saturday (and we apologize for the 8,000 copies of the Al Gore post). Our tech team is on it; Box thanks you for your patience.
At a panel at the University of Northampton, Alan Moore confirmed that he was no longer writing an opera about the alchemist John Dee with Gorillaz — apparently all of the writing and planning had been foisted upon Moore. Damn!
Guillermo Del Toro, director of Pan's Labyrinth and Hellboy, has stepped down as director of the two Hobbit movies currently in pre-production with Peter Jackson's Weta Studios. The project had apparently suffered too many delays for Del Toro's schedule.
Without a doubt, this has to be the most disgusting and gross tech gear photo gallery in the history of The Most Disgusting and Gross Tech Gear Photo Galleries. Ever. The vomit-inducing shot above, a pancake of beige, white and green mold with the Dell logo impressed on it, is just the aperitif. Honestly, I thought my …
Bringing in 6.3 million viewers its first night (Sunday), 4.4 the next, and 5.3 on the last, the cheesy Wizard of Oz remake Tin Man is officially the most popular thing SciFi Channel has ever aired. Other top shows on the channel have been a Dune miniseries, and Taken, a Steven Spielberg-produced soap about alien…