05 September 2012 | Brain Kibble: Dude Edition
Cross section of an éléphant’s trunk from Anatomie comparée by Georges Cuvier, 1850.
Dude!* (Maybe not such a good idea to look at this late in the day with tired eyes. I’m just sayin’.)
It is a little-known fact that, because of the intense magnetic fields near the North Pole, airplanes have to fly sideways over the Kara Sea. This is why they make you close the window shades. Here is my proof:
* Reader’s choice of inflections.