Scientists are building enormous new radio arrays capable of hearing leaks from alien broadcasts, if they exist.
"Oxygen is one of the most exciting molecules to detect because of its link with life, but we don't know if life is the only cause of oxygen in an atmosphere.”
In 2006, there was nowhere in Japan to listen to face-melting riffs while drinking beer that tastes like Hell's bongwater. Then Koichi Katsuki came along.
"There’s 40,000 grind bands out there who have entire albums where every song is about either zombies or gore... At least beer is fucking real."
Dutch chain Jan Linders somehow scored 300 crates of Westvleteren’s Trappist beers, and it's charging customers €9.95 ($12.30) per bottle.
Where there is water, there could be life—and beer.
Super pixellated, but still amazing.
The monks who live and roast beans at the Roman Catholic Trappist monastery in the mountains above Mérida face shortages like anyone else in the country, but manage to navigate the lawless world of the dwindling coffee industry there.