Popular Science News $section News
  Get Popular Science posters here! > Subscribe | > Newsletter 

Home
PPX
What's New
How2.0
Photo Gallery
Blog
Science
Aviation & Space
Automotive Tech
Technology
Environment
Contact Us
Subscribe
Digital Edition
Customer Service
Gift Subscription
Current Issue
Media Kit
PS Showcase
PopSci Store
RSS

Enter e-mail address to receive popsci weekly updates to your inbox.



ad

« Pacemakers Without the Batteries | Main | IPHACK Update: Progress Made, Stock Still Open »

Comments

tom

OMG BUY BUY BUY BUY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it WILL smash apart records

Spencer

your stupid if you dont buy

eeonee

looks like transformers is going to do it. It already made number one @ $155,000,000 in the first week. Beating out spider man in 2002

eeonee

looks like transformers is going to do it. It already made number one @ $155,000,000 in the first week. Beating out spider man in 2002

wookie1

if this is such a great stock, why is it going down so drasticly. right now its at just over $16.

moonmanjon

It seems obvious to me that the Harry Potter Movie with its massive base will beat out transformers. Thats just my opinion.

Tovan

You have to realize though, the transformers ARE what the parents of all those potter crazy's HAD as a kid. We ALL had something in a transformer, and I have to say, the transformer figures I had as a kid were ALOT more complicated then the ones out now. I have seen the movie, and I have to say, Bumblebee's Comaro is SWEET!!!!!

ficord

harry potter is gona own anyway so it dosen't matter

Soft Cialis

does any1 kno what times box offices generally close? i have tickets booked but dont think i iwll get to the box office b4 the gig? would it be open on the night of the gig ?or do i have 2 go up b4 hand?

generic cialis

I may be wrong, but I don't think this is a question which has a
simple, scientific answer. Science isn't always good at "why"
questions. Spiders have eight legs because their ancestors had eight
legs. Nature's tendency toward bilateral symmetry makes an even number
of legs a "given," but the abstract concept of a functional spider
doesn't absolutely require eight legs, rather than six or ten or
twelve. Eight legs is just what they've got.

The comments to this entry are closed.

spacer
Return to the Blog Index


January 2008
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31



Customer Service
Copyright © 2005 Popular Science
A Time4 Media Company All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.  |  Privacy Policy  |  Site Index