Wasp wands! Greenhouse gases! Ecological disaster! Pill mills! HIV photography! Mind driving! Baby blaming! Bone marrow prices! And the lions of the sea, revealed! It's your Monday Science Watch, where we watch science—for the time being!
- Wasps: where are they? Five of them are inside a hand-held device, sniffing out bedbugs. The rest of them are right over your head.
- China and India are making so much greenhouse gas, nothing else matters for humans, really.
- (Because we'll have an "ecological catastrophe" in the next 40 years. Sorry if that wasn't clear.)
- But before then, can we fix these Florida "pill mills?" Pill mill pill mill pill mill pill mill. Haha. But it's not so funny when it's your mom.
- Here's a super close up picture of the HIV virus. You're perfectly safe to talk to it, share a glass of water, or even kiss it.
- Now scientists say they can steer a car using their thoughts. Scientists on reefer.
- "Blame the baby or blame the experts?" I say blame the baby.
- Did you know there's a ban on selling your own bone marrow? Well there is, and now some people are fighting against that ban, and good for them. That ban is bullshit and I need the money.
- The oceans are losing their "lions," which is a fancy way of saying "the big predator fish that eat the other fish." And you know why? Because those fish were eaten by lions! Ha, no they were eaten by humans, but it would have been awesome of lions were just swimming out and grabbing all the tuna fish. And aren't humans the "lions" of the earth, if you think about it? Except lions?