Fly the Freaky Skies With Stiffs, Maggots and Acid
Anyone who flies has seen passengers trying to jam an obnoxiously large carry-on bag carrying God knows what into an overhead bin, or heard about odd c
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Make Clothes Out of a Can With Spray-On Fabric
(Editor?s note: A link in this story that is not safe for work is marked NSFW.) Tight-fitting T-shirts and hipster jeans would get even snugger if y
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OnStar announces MyLink smartphone apps, voice-based SMS,...
Looks like OnStar users (and not just the Modest Mouse-lovin' yuppies in the commercial below) will soon get their beloved social networking where th
10 Creepy Machines From Robot Hell
When machines behave deadly, they are forced to spend eternity tortured by robots like these 10 monstrosities. SimMan 3G: Intended as an instructional aid for aspiring doctors, SimMan can reproduce human reactions like crying, bleeding, convulsions, ...
Nokia crashes HTC's London event with red balloons, hate...
So picture this scenario: Nokia has its global conference and developer event -- the aptly-named Nokia World -- scheduled and set in stone for months
Stop-Motion Animators Use iPad to Paint With Light
In this short film, iPads create three-dimensional images out of light, using long-exposure photography and stop-motion animation. The resulting ani
The illustrated guide to a Ph.D.
Every fall, I explain to a fresh batch of Ph.D. students what a Ph.D. is.
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Funny Japanese Commercial
We use them every day but we rarely even think about them: the "Hidden Heroes". An exhibition of the Vitra Desigm Museum in co-operation with Hi-Cone.
Laser Backpack? The Air Force Busts It Out
At Last, Science Figures Out The Keys to Sexy Dancing
Motion-capture technology allows an objective analysis of which dance moves are most attractive
Science of dancing (the 'good' dancer)
How FarmVille Got So Great
With 84 million monthly users, and a reported $500 million revenue a year, how did FarmVille capture the hearts of so many Facebook users? According to a former employee speaking to SFWeekly, they stole.
Working Tractor Beam Can Move Objects 5 Feet With Just Light...
Have you ever lazily wished you could just use a tractor beam to grab that out-of-reach object? Apparently, you can. Using only light, Australian researchers say they are able to move small particles almost five feet through the air.
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The beauty and wonder of a squid's eyeball
Look at this squid's eye. Just look at it. See anything eerily familiar? Squid, along with the rest of the family Cephalopoda, haven't shared a common ancestor with us vertebrates in some 500 million years—long before the evolution of our camera-like...
Amy KR presents..."The Money Tree"
Soy Sauce, Soap and Saccharin: Microphotography Winners...
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You Can Now Own Willow Garage's Pool-Playing, Laundry-Folding,...
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Great, Even Our Fruits Aren't Safe: Robotic Devil Robot...
Orange Fruit Batteries Power An iPhone
You can power a digital clock with a few slices of oranges - but how many many oranges do you need to power an iPhone?
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The offbeat gadgets that almost made it.
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Conserve Water Or The Fish Gets It
'Meet Eater,' the Plant That Lives on Social Media
I like "Meet Eater," at least on Facebook. Not much happened after I hit the "Like" button to express my, um, admiration. Apparently, though, every time this plant makes a friend on Facebook, an electronic
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PHYLO: THE TRADING CARD GAME
Artist's Tea Kettle Designed To Be Obsolete
Shocker! Google\'s Android logo boosted from Atari Lynx...
Exclusive Gallery: 1983 Nintendo Family Computer Teardown...
Nintendo Family Computer (Famicom) Teardown Captions by Charlie Sorrel and Kyle Wiens
That Bill Nye guy can really get on my nerves...
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Anyone else think the Apple Keynote was a theme party?
Here's a sampling of the most fascinating of Leonardo da Vinci's notebooks, culled from 7000 pages of original sketches and text, by H. Anna Suh. She'll be answering reader questions in the comments for the next hour. UPDATED. Which is best, to draw ...
Use Two Identical Camcorders to Create Simple DIY 3D movies...
Whether you're borrowing a buddy's or you've got two on hand, this clever guide will help you turn the output from matching video sources into 3D video. They were definitely having a bout of Friday fun at the design offices of Zurb when they cooked u...
World's First Digital Camera Used Cassette-Tapes for Storage...
Take a lens from a Super 8 camera, a whole stack of ni-cad batteries, a digital to analog converter from a voltmeter, a highly experimental CCD and wha
Phasma the terrifyingly adorable, six-legged insectoid bot...
Is it possible for something to scamper into our heart and our nightmares simultaneously? Phasma is making a bid for that distinction. The hexapedal
Seabreacher X Submarine looks like a Shark
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MIT Invents Invisible Mouse - But Even More Inventive Is...
Pranav Mistry, Pattie Maes and Liyan Chang, researchers from MIT's Media Lab, created an invisible mouse using an infrared laser beam on the right side of a laptop keyboard and an infrared camera on the right side of a laptop screen. Their prototype...
Humankind Reaches New Low With Auto Channel Changer
Granting us a view of our dystopian future, tinkerer Randy Sarafan combined engineering ingenuity and what looks like extreme depression to make "The Most Useful Machine," an automated channel surfing aid.
Transparent Window Film Makes Solar Power A Possibility...
Icelandic Heroes, to Carry the Weight of the Country's Electricity...
Phone As Life's Remote: Smart Ball Points To Future Innovations...
Scientists Create Microchip From Human Brain Cells
Subtle Innovation: The Brush & Rinse Toothbrush
'Cancer' patient grows pea plant in his lung
Coming Generation of Lasers May Be the Most Powerful Lasers...
How a Web Design Goes Straight to Hell - The Oatmeal
This is for all the web designers out there who have suffered as I have suffered.
Darryl Cunningham Investigates: The Moon Hoax
As usual, a stunning comic. How a moon hoaxer can look at those photos and not be awestruck into silence amazes me.
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Life Raft Makes Its Own Drinking Water (5 pics)
Imagine this: Your ship is sinking. You abandon ship with nothing but the clothes on your back, and you're thirsty, really thirsty. Lucky for you, you've arri…
The God Particle - National Geographic MagazineNational...
From the March 2008 issue of National Geographic magazine. Physicists have high hopes for Europe's giant new atom smasher-they want nothing less than to crack the code of the physical universe.
A Visual Homage To Data Storage
(Image Credit: "Evolution of Storage" by Curtiss Spontelli | CC) We consume an amazing amount of data, but we also store an equally impressive amount of data as well, and if you think back to not too long ago, we were having to deal with flopp ...
Cheap ($300) fluorescent microscopes for developing world...
Scientists develop a fluorescent microscope for health care uses in the …
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Microsoft's RearType: Physical keys to the iPad, Kindle...
Don't Tell Cookie Monster!: Magical 'Meta Cookie' Tastes...
iPhone Owners Have the Most Sex Partners [STUDY]
OkCupid studied the data and determined that iPhone users have the most sexual partners, followed by BlackBerry users and finally Android users.
The 2010 Social Networking World Map
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New solar cell uses that other thing the sun emits: heat...
A team of scientists has invented a new type of solar cell that converts both …
Scientists to develop nanochip to detect oral cancer
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Tan Le: A headset that reads your brainwaves
TED Talks Tan Le's astonishing new computer interface reads its user's brainwaves, making it possible to control virtual objects, and even physical electronics, with mere thoughts (and a little concentration). She demos the headset, and talks about i...
Robot to explore mysterious tunnels in Great Pyramid
For 4,500 years, the Great Pyramid at Giza has enthralled, fascinated and ultimately frustrated everyone who has attempted to penetrate its secrets.
Mona Lisa painted in 80 milliseconds
Adam and Jamie, hosts of Mythbusters, compare a CPU vs a GPU to explain parallel processing. In the process, the GPU draws the Mona Lisa with paint balls in 80 milliseconds.
Rubik's Cube solved in twenty moves, 35 years of CPU time...
The term 'God's number' refers to the minimum number of moves that it takes to solve a puzzle like the Rubik's Cube. Because, you know,
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Science + Geek + Beer = Awesomely Geeky Science Beer
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Burning Question: Do Gadget Allergies Really Exist?
Attention! Do you suffer from tinnitus, memory lapse, or irregular heartbeat after prolonged exposure to your computer monitor? Does proximity to a Wi-Fi
Everyone Should Do the Jelly Mouse-and-Keyboard Prank
by Jesus Diaz Somewhere in Finland, Tom's office colleagues decided to welcome him with the most delicious office prank this side of stuffing your moni
Sailplane Launches Itself With Retractable Jet
A creative bunch of tinkerers think the recent trend of self-launching gliders needs a bit of a boost. So instead of outfitting their high-performance
Motorola Introduces Droid 2 Phone
Updated August 10 to include news of the launch. Motorola has refreshed its original Droid phone with the new Droid 2, a device that promises a bett
MIT researchers create super efficient 'origami' solar panels...
Solar panels nowadays are flat, but folding them like origami could dramatically boost the amount of power they produce.
3D Fast Bus in China Goes OVER Cars
I always wondered about the economic efficiency of creating long, safe, underground tunnels for subway systems. Now, a Chinese company has decided that this traditional underground transit system isn't as good as an innovative, overground system it h...
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'Gross insecurity' of high-tech locks exposed (Wired UK)...
A team of hackers at DefCon have exposed the "gross insecurity" of some of the latest security locks, such as a biometric lock that could be cracked with a paper clip
Alkaline Battery Dissection
Welcome students, to my class on dissecting alkaline batteries. Today we will learn how to safely open a D cell, and remove its sweet, sweet chemical innards. D cells are favorable as their large size facilitates investigation, and they contain the g...
Stumblers Who Like Binary marble adding machine
It had occurred to me that perhaps with an insane amount of perseverance, it might be possible to build a whole computer that runs on marbles. But my was much less based on logic - it was more about just making lots of cool noises.
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Geekologie is website dedicated to the scientific study of gadgets, gizmos, and awesome. Some people get turned on by sex. We get turned on by shiny new toys. And, uh, also sex.
Scientific Curiosity Captured in Photos
Caleb Charland is a Maine-based photographer who combines a love of scientific experiments and photographs into wonderful and amazing photographs. If Isaac Newton or Benjamin Franklin were into photog...
Whenever someone proposes to do something that has never been done before, there will always be skeptics. So when I started SpaceX, it was not surprising when people said we wouldn't succeed. But now that we've successfully proven Falcon 1, Falcon 9...
Aluna: World's First Tidal Powered Moon Clock
Imagine a breathtaking sculpture that combines cutting edge design and technology with an ancient knowledge of the Earth's natural rhythms. A monumental timepiece for the planet, a beacon for a sustainable future, r...
35 Stunning Hi-Res "Public Domain" Astronomy Images | BittBox...
In the wake of Shepard Fairey's debacle with the AP over the rights to the image he used as reference/inspiration for his wildy popular Obama poster, I wanted to share a list of Public Domain Licensed images, in this case, astronomy. Fairey's situati...
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Aerogel: See-Through, Strong as Steel & Ligher than Air
Aerogel: See-Through, Strong as Steel & Ligher than Air
THIS has GOT to be the COOLEST invention... EVER!
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in Bb 2.0 - a collaborative music/spoken word project
play these together, some or all, start them at any time, in any order.
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50 Viral Images The Web Shared In 2010
This posted shares some of the stickiest images the web shared in 2010, providing inspiration for the next image you create.