What is it with Doctor Who branding and weird garments? Well, you could cosplay as the Tenth Doctor in Pajamas last week, now this week your unmentionables can dress up as Eleven. Mother of God.
These are the oldest pants ever discovered. They belonged to a nomadic herder living in China between 3,300 and 3,000 years ago. The invention of trousers, say archeologists, is likely due to the advent of horseback riding and the increased need for mobility.
The image of a copulating frog dressed in tight-fitting pants sounds quite silly, but it was done in the name of serious research. In fact, more than one biologist dressed up their frogs to solve the mysteries of fertilization.
During the 1970s, multiple fitness companies tried to capitalize on the "air shorts" craze. And given that we're all not prancing around in britches that resemble inflatable diapers, it's safe to say that trend crashed hard.
The following essay explores an oft ignored concern in extraterrestrial research — what color would an alien's trousers be (if he/she/it were even wearing trousers)?
Sometimes it's not enough to wear your science fiction pride silently on the inside. Every now and then you want to let everyone know you've got an inner geek who loves particle physics, laser beams, clanking robots, and otherworldly exploration. So we've put together a geek ensemble, full of nice bits you can wear…