Magical Road Passage Disappears Twice a Day

There are magical roads in the world, and the Passage du Gois is  really unique and magical in an incomparable way. It is a natural passage 4.3 km length, located on the Atlantic coast of France. It links the Island of Noirmoutier and the mainland at Beauvoir-sur-Mer to each other for just a few hours, as much nature...

Happy 18th Birthday Google! …Or Is It?

You may have noticed a celebratory flavor to the Google Doodle when you jumped online today. Tuesday the 27th of September sees the celebration of Google’s 18th birthday. From a university research project to the creation of a new verb, nobody can argue that Google has had a profound and lasting impact upon the digital age.But why the...

What Dwells at the Bottom of the Ocean?

The oceans are immense, covering over 70% of the Earth’s surface, accounting for 362 million square kilometers. However, despite it covering more than 70% of the Earths surface, less than 5% has been explored.So what is at the bottom?Essentially, no one is certain of the things that lie at the bottom of the sea. The oceans deepest darkest...

Bike Company Eliminates Shipping Damage by Printing TV on Box

When a custom bike company had problems with safely shipping their goods, they came up with a creative solution keep everything safe. Instead of adding more packing material or switching shipping companies, they decided to start printing flat screen televisions on the sides of their boxes. Once they did this, nearly all of their shipping problems vanished.genius idea...

The World’s Shortest International Flight Takes only 8 Minutes

The world’s shortest international flight is set to begin in November, and the trek will only take passengers 8 minutes. The flight will only be a total of 21 kilometers, but it will cross the Bodensee Lake in the region. Passengers will fly from Friedrichshafen airport in Germany to St. Gallen Airport in Switzerland. The flight isn’t just...

Direct Brain-to-Brain Communication is Now Possible

In a world first experiment using non-invasive technology, researchers out of the University of Washington have set up a working brain-to-brain interface that allows one participant to identify what is in the mind of another.Using a game of question and answer, participants are able to transmit signals over the Internet using only their minds.Lead author, Assistant Professor Andrea Stocco, said...

World’s Largest Radio Telescope Now Open – and it is a Monster!

The next phase of deep space exploration is due to begin, with the opening of the largest radio telescope ever built: the Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST) in China’s Guizhou Province.Opening on Sunday, FAST is a monster. With an aperture of 500 metres, the telescope’s 4,450-panel reflector is as large as 30 football fields. This is some serious listening power, with more than...

Wireless Power Allows this Drone to Fly Forever

Drones are advancements of the 21st century, but their flight time is hindered by battery life and weight. Thanks to wireless power, we may soon see the day of drones having endless power, and thus unlimited flight time. Researchers from the Imperial College of London have found a way to create a drone that can essentially fly forever...

9 stylish kitchen gadgets

These kitchen tools are not only useful; they are stylish, fancy and charming as well. Besides, we could even say ‘lifesaver’ for some of them!1.Darth Vader ToasterIf you are a Star Wars fan and need a toaster, this two-slice one might be one of the coolest stuff in your kitchen. You can invite your geek friends to watch...

Cooling Without An Air Conditioner

A new material, developed by engineers out of Stanford University, incorporates a nanostructure that cools the body more effectively than traditional textiles. These fabrics promise to deliver personal cooling without air conditioning.The research team’s findings were recently published in Science. Co-author Associate Professor Yi Cui said, “If you can cool the person rather than the building where they work or...