The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
The Gawker empire is about to turn into pure energy and ascend directly to heaven, where it will kill its maker and force humanity to look at celebrity gossip until the end of time. Probably.
Virus-hunting Salmonella, a warning to drug companies, and the fall of RNAi.
The rocket could carry crew and cargo to the space station.
Understanding how blast waves damage the brain should help to diagnose, treat and prevent these injuries. But it can also be used to make weapons more terrible
Everyone who's ever had to collaborate remotely knows how important chat tools are—could startup Convore become an essential addition?
Who tweets isn't as important as what they tweet.
Planets that have been ejected from their solar systems could still support subglacial oceans of liquid water, according to new calculations.
The only good thing about the redesign is the apoplectic reactions it inspired on Facebook and Twitter.
What have we learned about the genome and what hurdles still remain?