7 Plants That May Save the World

Jul 22, 2014 No Comments by

Plants feed us, clothe us, shelter us, heal us, and unendingly inspire us with their everyday miracles. But, in many ways, despite the technological advances of society, we are still at the tip of the iceberg in harnessing the potential of the plant kingdom. In recent years, researchers around the globe have unlocked more and [...]

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10 Fascinating Old Things that Still Work

Jul 21, 2014 No Comments by

The 61-year-old WITCH still calculates If you are imagining a really old woman with a crooked nose zapping around on a broomstick, you are imagining the wrong kind of witch. The WITCH that we’re talking about is actually the Hardwell Dekatron, a 61-year-old giant calculator that looks like something right out of Star Trek. The [...]

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The 20 Coolest Treehouse Hotels In The World

Jul 19, 2014 No Comments by

It has been said that life is just one long journey back to the treehouse. That the treehouse is a return to childhood, a connection to our primal beginnings. With more and more resorts offering treetop accommodation, we’ve gathered together the 20 coolest treehouse hotels we could find. They’ll remind you of the treehouse your dad built. Though to be [...]

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The 18 Most Amazing Caves In The World

Jul 18, 2014 No Comments by

We’ve explored the surface of Mars, spent time in space, and stared out at the far reaches of the universe and into the past. And yet amazingly, we still keep finding stuff here on earth that we never knew was there. As recently as 2009 the largest cave in the world was discovered. We’re still not sure how [...]

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US scientists push ahead with memory-boosting brain implants, but we still have to crack the brain’s code first

Jul 17, 2014 No Comments by

Nothing captures the imagination like the idea of a memory implant. Not some impossible chip that somehow resurrects vanished memories, but rather a little something extra that gives the brain an edge when it comes to laying down new memories. All this assumes of course that brains actually store things as opposed to merely creating [...]

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Top 14 Green And Practical Futuristic Gadgets

Jul 16, 2014 No Comments by

High-tech gadgets are simply the most natural way of improving our lifestyle. In a world where science develops more and more ways to keep us entertained, being smart about our carbon footprint is the natural thing to do. Here are the top 14 green gadgets to be enjoyed by Earth lovers. Wearable Solar Power Leaf [...]

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10 Weird Suicide Locations

Jul 15, 2014 No Comments by

A bridge in California that boasts so many suicides it is nicknamed the “Suicide Bridge” While the 1,500-foot-long Colorado Street Bridge in Pasadena is not as big and well known a landmark as the others on our list, it has another notorious distinction – it is nicknamed the “Suicide Bridge” for its large number of suicides. [...]

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Pal-V One Gyrocopter Can Travel at 112MPH on Both Land and Air

Jul 14, 2014 No Comments

The Pal-V One helicopter motorcycle is essentially a two-seat hybrid car and gyrocopter that just went on sale today. At $395,999, it’s both road and air legal, capable of reaching speeds of up to 112mph and goes from 0 to 60 in under 8 seconds when driven on the road. The Daily Mail says, “When [...]

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From Video games to Online Poker: How has the Gaming Industry Evolved?

Jul 14, 2014 No Comments

The gaming industry has undergone many changes since its inception in the mid-1970s. In a technology-based industry, gaming products are subject to the advancements made by technological innovators, propelling the gaming industry from consisting of simple hand-held consoles to online games. Today gamers are familiar with, and love, games such as Candy Crush, Angry Birds, [...]

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10 Incredibly Colorful Cities You Won’t Believe That Are Real

Jul 13, 2014 No Comments

While most cities are boring and filled with acres boring gray concrete, there are some cities that are magical and colorful and that look very attractive for residents and tourists. Boring gray facades are an integral part of many cities around the world. However, there are places that at first glance will delight you, with [...]

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