10 things we didn't know last week
Snippets from the week's news, sliced, diced and processed for your convenience.
1. There is only half a road in the City of London.
More details (Londonist)
2. Gorillas can recognise each other after years apart.
3. A dog can shake roughly 70% of the water from its fur in four seconds.
More details (The Atlantic)
4. Julian Assange has a sun lamp and a treadmill in his room in the Ecuadorean embassy.
More details (The Telegraph)
5. A 1972 Playboy picture of model Lena Soderberg is commonly used to test print quality.
6. There is an architectural competition for zombie-proof housing.
More details (Economist)
7. Robots can camouflage themselves.
8. Packing an impressive karate punch has more to do with brain power than muscle power.
9. The US has the best-monitored climate in the world.
More details (Slate)
10. Psychedelic drugs are making a comeback in the field of psychiatry.
More details (The Spectator)