Physicians in ancient Egypt proved to be masters of dentistry and had already learned how to craft effective dental bridges. According to the British Dental Journal, on several occasions early dental bridges were discovered on ancient Egyptian skulls, and three of the teeth are on display at various museums with evidence of the bridges still in tact.
Continue reading 10 Major Contributions Ancient Egyptians Made to Modern Medicine
Michael Jackson’s dance moves are unparalleled, but did you know that he got a little help from his kicks in the mid-’90s?
Continue reading The Secret Behind Michael Jackson’s Trademark Anti-Gravity Lean Was Actually a Pair of Shoes
The days of having to wire up a complete replacement outlet to add a USB charging port will soon be long gone.
Continue reading Genius Faceplate Puts USB Ports on Your Wall With No Wiring Needed
It seems incredible that a pilot of a passenger airline could be locked out of the cockpit. But analysis from the cockpit voice recorder recovered from Germanwings flight 4U9525 after it ploughed into the Southern Alps in France has revealed that this is what happened and that one of the two pilotshad been trying to get into the cockpit before the crash.
Continue reading Must Cockpits Remain Deadlocked Between Safety and Security?
The Supreme Court has confirmed in a ruling that if the government places a GPS tracker on someone’s person or their belongings, the act counts as a search—something that remains protected by the Fourth Amendment.
Continue reading Supreme Court Rules Government GPS Trackers Can Break Fourth Amendment
How long would it take to fall down a hole in the Earth and reach the other side of the planet? Even less time than previously thought, a scientist reveals.
Continue reading How Long Would It Take to Fall Through the Earth?