An oak table made from wood which formed part of the foundations of Old London Bridge is to be auctioned.
The old bridge was built in 1177 and removed in 1833. Owned by the Kinnaird Estate in Perthshire, the table could sell for up to £3,000. [via]
Scientists have simulated the sounds set to be made by sub-atomic particles such as the Higgs boson when they are produced at the Large Hadron Collider.
The sounds have been modelled on data from the giant Atlas experiment at the LHC and you can listen to them here.
An excellent Google Maps mashup that shows all trains on the London Underground network in approximately real time. Stations are in yellow and trains in red. You can click on each train to find out its number, the station it just left and approximately how long until it reaches the next station.
Anyone for a heart attack inducing Double Breakfast EggMc Big Mac? It weighs in at 2,360 calories, has 122g of fat and probably doesn't taste too great.
The Daily Telegraph has a gallery of some of the world's strangest, weirdest and scariest airports. The first one to be featured is Denver Airport which I'll be flying into in September. Apparently there are questions about what may lie underneath the airport.