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The U.S. Military Made a Pizza That Can Last For Three Years
DARPA's Futuristic Brain Implant Will Restore Lost Memories [VIDEO]
AWESOME: Watch How They Made The LEGO Movie [VIDEO]
NASA is Developing Star Trek-like Healing Devices [VIDEO]
This Test Will Predict Alzheimer's Three Years in Advance
There's a new type of blood test that is capable of predicting the onset of Alzheimer's and it has a 96 percent certainty up to three years in advanced. Developed by scientists from Georgetown University in Washington DC, that figure could soon stre...
The Thinnest LED is The World Measures 3 Atoms Thick
Technology's aim these days is to make things smaller and faster. And LED hasn't been left out of that agenda. Last month, LG announced they made an OLED TV as thin as a magazine. Now, these things are about to get even smaller! The folks from the U...
Video Explains How Cauterizing a Wound Works [VIDEO]
We've definitely seen how action movie heroes gap their wounds sealed with white hot metal. While that looks and sounds counter-intuitive, it actually works. And it is something you probably shouldn't try. This video from The Medicine Journal expla...
Scientists MacGyvered a Blu-Ray Player to Test for Salmonella
A team of chemists from Spain found a new way to use a regular old Blu-Ray player - they turned it into a cheap and functional medical device to help test for salmonella. The scientists replaced the player's data board with one that is custom to rea...
Study Retracted: Acid Doesn't Convert Blood Cells Into Stem Cells
A study by a team of Japanese scientists claiming they could dip blood cells in acid and they turned into stem cells is now being retracted. Many laboratories have agreed that the method could not recreate their published results. “When conducting t...
Spiders Aren't Cut Out For City Life According to Study
Humans are invading so much space that certain types of spiders just aren't cut out for city life. Their webs that are spun on concrete and steel kills the vibrations that spiders need to sense their prey. It's tough being a spider in the city. A re...
In The Future, A Drone Will Tase You, Bro [VIDEO]
Law enforcement in the future will be so robocop-ish, you're going to see drones like this one show up to tase you if you're up to some no good. Chaotic Moon Studios, a startup who developed the drone showed off a live demonstration of a stun-gun l...
Astrobiologers Found a Way to Detect Life on Other Planets
A team of astrobiologists have discovered a new method of detecting water... AND life on distant planets. The only problem? The telescope we need to do it won't be online until the year 2018.Heavy atmospheres keep water from drifting off the planet ...
Astronaut Spins Out of Control Like a Real Life Gravity Scene [VIDEO]
What if the scene from Gravity was real? In fact, it could be very real. And here's how a cosmonaut floated away from the International Space Station and spun out of control, orbiting Earth for seven months before plunging into the atmosphere and b...
This Microscope is Made From Folded Paper, and It Will Be Dirt Cheap [VIDEO]
Manu Prakash and his team have come up with an origami microscope that costs less than 50 cents to make. The invention is important, because it'll make microscopes extremely affordable in places that don't have much resources. The outlines of the ...
Def Leppard 2.0: Meet The Guy Who's Got a Bionic Drumming Arm [VIDEO]
Apple Patents Emergency Alert That Calls for Help When You Can't
Here's What WhatsApp Could Look Like After Facebook Takes Over
This Unassuming Slim iPhone Case Will Track Your Health and More [VIDEO]
Interactive Project Aims to Build Largest Database of Human Emotion GIFs
Peeing in the Pool Isn't Only Gross. It Is Bad For Your Health
Goodyear's Clever Concept SUV Tire is Very Different Looking Than Normal Tires
There Will Be No More 6 Seconds of Porn on Vine Now
Scientists Found a Way To Make Plastic, Fertilizer, and Superglue Out of Thin Air
Moving to a Rich Neighborhood Can Be Traumatic for Boys [VIDEO]
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