The notoriously strange 500,000 square mile triangular area off of Florida’s Southeastern coast known as the Bermuda Triangle has perplexed scientists for years. It’s ability to make planes and boats vanish without a trace has inspired wild, supernatural explanations.
Unlike the infamous Italian supercars, these bikes weren’t built for speed. But they sure strike a sporty silhouette. But beyond that, their nontraditional body offers a nice stable ride for urban pedalers.
Remember in July when the NBA revealed they had a really stupid high salary cap room for players at $94 million for this season? Well, if you were shocked by how much players got then, you’ll grit your teeth as you read how the cap has spiked to $103 million for the 2017-2018 season.
In July, news surfaced that a special version of the Air Jordan 6would be releasing for the 2017 NBA All-Star. Surfacing today are the first photos of the sneaker, which has quickly been dubbed the Air Jordan 6 “Chameleon.”
At some point in our evolutionary history, our Homo sapiens ancestors had sex with Neanderthals. Those cross-species trysts are the reason why almost everyone has a little bit of Neanderthal DNA in them today. Now, a new study published in the journal Molecular Biology and Evolution suggests that in addition to genetic material, the ancient hominids may have given us a common sexually-transmitted infection: A version of the human papillomavirus (HPV) that also causes cervical and oral cancers.
In 2007, Google bought online advertising network Doubleclick with the assurance that they would prioritize user privacy as they developed new ad products. They’ve kept that promise, dividing their massive database of web browsing data from the personal info collected from Gmail and other parts of its product suite. Until last summer.