If you want to understand how different types of alcohol affect learning, ask a goldfish. That's what one Harvard Medical School researcher did in 1969, when he had them swim around in vodka and bourbon.
The BBC is reporting that a goldfish in Australia is now recovering from a successful surgery in which a tumor was removed from its brain.
This tiny goldfish is a long way from being able to work the gas and brake pedals, but with a little technological help, it can steer a robotic car simply by swimming around its tank.
Conservationists from the University of Nevada are increasingly finding oversized goldfish in Lake Tahoe— and they're attributing it to the practice of aquarium dumping. The hardy goldfish, a relative of the asian carp, can grow to 1.5 feet or longer, and they're starting to become a menace to the lake's ecosystem.…
YouTube user synirr had one goldfish who just couldn't maintain her buoyancy. So she outfitted the fish with a special buoyant sling that let Goldie swim around her tank, paddling about with her front fins.
Qing Han's Night Light is a very brief little film, but it possesses a lush beauty and a friendly spirit. We witnesses a painter of living creatures, who brings life to glowing, floating fish from the fiery tip of her brush. But one of her creations slips away from her before it is quite finished.
Sadly, Jumper, the teleportation movie coming Valentine's Day, isn't based on Jumpers, Tom Stoppard's 1972 play about murder on the moon. But it seems as though the movie may ask the same questions as one of Stoppard's craziest plays: Do our laws apply to someone who can escape from any human jurisdiction? Is morality…