Behind the wheel, we find that GM’s highest-profile concept car has become a refreshing, radically different kind of production vehicle
The little things in life are sometimes the most meaningful, and with the right equipment and artistic eye, the most beautiful. That's how Nikon's Small World photography competition sees it.
Hydrophobic materials have all kinds of practical applications, from creating surfaces that never have to be cleaned to making supertankers and container ships glide more efficiently through the water.
Here’s a slightly different version of the battle between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader at the end of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. It’s just one of many revelations in a new making-of book. More rare concept art below
Blade-slinging is the only art that'll earn you the respect of circus folk and Navy SEALs alike. But hitting a target from 12 feet away isn't that hard, according to Rick Lemberg. Here's how to stick it.
After making its first solo glide flight Sunday (Oct. 10), the private suborbital spacecraft SpaceShipTwo could achieve another major milestone — a powered test flight involving the firing of its rocket motor — in the next few months
For an hour and a half or so earlier this month, 30 teachers from Ohio middle schools weighed nothing at all. The same went for me; for TV personality "Science Bob" Pflugfelder; and for 2,016 optic-orange ping-pong balls.
Dentsu London and Berg teamed up to create this stop-motion film, entitled "Making Future Magic." It's driven by a 3D light-painting technique, one I've never seen before: It's extruded from an iPad, like Play-Doh through a press.
Apple's new Apple TV has been overhauled. It's been shrunk to a tiny black square, with a new interface and some great new features. But while it does some things very well, it's severely lacking in both content and functionality.
In 1898 the world's first auto show was held in Paris at the Tuilleries Gardens. Only a few vehicles were on display, and people were so skeptical of this new mode of transportation -- Le Car --
Now that producer Christopher Nolan has entrusted Zack Snyder with stewardship of the Superman movie franchise, things should get really interesting.
Sorry diamond lovers, but graphene is the most awesome form of carbon out there. Evidence: Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, the two scientists who isolated one-atom-thick sheets of the stuff in 2004, won the Nobel Prize this morning
Recently, I’ve been working on a big research project. Yesterday, I had Delicious links, PDFs, spreadsheets and Word documents open on my desktop when I came across a couple of useful presentations on Scribd.
What is it about interspecies friendship that makes it universally cute, hilarious and heartwarming?
Our 'ready to fly' Hot Air Balloons are great for use in Wedding Parties, 4th of July Events, New Years Eve Parties, Meteorology Experiments, and general research - not to mention just plain fun.
Canyon Lake with Ernest Hancock, Drew Phillips, Nick Barnett, Pete Eyre, Adam Mueller, and Eric
Among colored diamonds, red is particularly rare, and mysterious, since no one knows for certain the origin of the color within the stone.
This performance by the Great Chinese State Circus is the perfect marriage of world class acrobatics and precision ballet. Watching the entire video will be an excellent investment of your time!
Come down to the Freedom's Phoenix workshop from 7:00-9:30 p.m. to meet Pete Eyre and Adam Mueller of Liberty on Tour. These young men are touring 13 cities in 13 weeks advancing a message of voluntaryism.
The Arizona Browncoats and the Arizona Corsairs will present a sci-fi pirate-themed film festival noon to 7 p.m. Sept. 19 to mark Talk Like a Pirate Day — and raise some money for local and international charities.
The new book examines in microscopic detail each of the 79 episodes of Gene Roddenberry's enormously influential sci-fi series, which ran from 1966 to 1969.
George Bush, Queen Elizabeth, and Vladimir Putin all die and go to hell. While there, they spy a red phone and ask what the phone is for. The devil tells them it is for calling back to Earth....
Incredible, short video of a white Labrador swimming with a dolphin. And he does it regularly, apparently.
Should we happen to find $90,000 under the cushions of the Asylum sofa today, we know exactly how we're spending it: on a boat that resembles a great white shark and can jump 12 feet into the air.
Corsair Robert Hancock made his appearance Saturday afternoon, August 21st, at 4:13 p.m. on the first birthday of his sister, Kaylee Rose Hancock...Boy how time flies
Yes, this works.
We talked to the Spitzer Space Telescope's visualization team about the challenges and rewards of rendering the mission's reams of non-visual data into something that catches the public eye. Plus: a gallery of their all-time favorite works
It's plastered on T-shirts; it tells you which button will start your Prius; it's even been used on NYC condom wrappers. As far back back as WWII engineers used the binary system to label individual power buttons, toggles and rotary switches
Dressed-down in a simple white shirt and with her hair plaited in pig tails, Marilyn Monroe looks a far cry from the iconic star synonymous with old Hollywood glamour.
Imagine an environment free from gravity, strain, tension, or pain. Imagine if you could Float effortlessly in a euphoric state without distractions or unwanted noise. YOU CAN!