Thursday, August 14, 2008

Forget NASA, We Need to Research This


It's great that we can test what kind of screws work better in zero-g, but what our science budget needs to go to is figuring out the exact rankings of predators in the wild. The idea all came from a Reuters article on a polar bear jaw found in the stomach of an arctic-lurking shark. The general belief is that it was either scavenged or weakened. This kind of uncertainty is not acceptable. If we can put a man on the moon, we need video of a wild shark-polar bear brawl. After this we can move onto others, such as mountain lion vs. bear, bear vs. wolves, and coyote vs (unarmed) rush limbaugh (clearly a big meat eater)...

2 comments:

Albert said...

Check this video out for what NASA is REALLY doing :)
http://www.theonion.com/content//node/84526?utm_source=embedded_video_2

Chad W said...

I've seen video of Killer Whale vs. Great White. If Youtube wasn't blocked (damn company) I'd link to it. Not to spoil the ending, but the whale wins. Easily... it's not even close