Hydrogen, and hydrogen bonds are the building blocks of everything physical. These tiny bits of stuff, just a few atoms attached to another few atoms, was photographed for the first time ever by scientists in Communist China. Commies! Damn!
To create these remarkable images, a team led by Xiaohui Qiu and Zhihai Cheng of China’s National Center for Nanoscience & Technology, along with Wei Ji of Renmin University of China, used noncontact AFM to scan for the forces that rest between molecules in variety of compounds. The winning combination was 8-hydroxyquinoline (an organic compound) deposited on a copper surface.
Chinese paranormalist arrested for exorcising a haunted vagina with his penis. It’s pretty standard practice.
Who you gonna call? A man in China was arrested after he charged a woman $3000 to remove the ghost in her vagina with his dick. I don’t know what the laws are in the US, but I’m pretty sure that’s just the standard way to do it.
Most of us realize that consumer demand has causes the US to import millions of smartphones, TVs, computers, action figures, shoes, pieces of cutlery and dildos every year. What many of us do not realize is that our chief export to the People’s Republic isn’t iron, pork, wheat or corn. It’s garbage.
This past week, the US government officially filed charges against NSA leaker Edward Snowden in federal court and then took the second step of officially presenting the charges to Hong Kong to begin the process of extradition. Even before Hong Kong responded publicly, word is that Snowden has left Hong Kong on the way to Ecuador.
With Chinese tourism exploding around the world, there are a lot of Chinese who are off seeing the world when only a generation ago, such things were impossible. And sometimes these new world travelers have gotten a bad rap for being unruly. And so when a 15 year old Chinese teenager, visiting the monuments of Egypt with his parents, decided it would be fun to deface ancient Egyptian art, it managed to piss off pretty much everybody.