Some called him too small. Others too fragile. Stephen Curry has another label now: NBA MVP.
Daily Archives: May 4, 2015
Inside the fiery inferno of a rocket launch
Here’s an awesome view of the fiery power that is a rocket. A GoPro camera is strapped inside this rocket test so that rocket scientists can get a view of what’s going on inside.
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Pizza Box, Teflon Chemicals Last Forever—In Us
Bottlenose dolphins swimming in a South Carolina harbor, polar bears lumbering across Greenland’s ice sheets, and families inhabiting Ohio River Valley towns share a common secret: Their bodies contain high levels of industrial chemicals that most people have never heard of but are widely used in consumer products.
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Adidas Announces Another Game-Changing, Color-Shifting Technology
During All-Star Weekend, adidas snuck into a crowded release schedule with one of its most innovative projects yet, the XENO Pack. Now, the brand has found yet another way to manipulate colors with its Chromatech technology.
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Here’s How Much Earth Gets Blasted Away to Extract a Hunk of Diamond
If you were ever wondering how much land mass had to be moved to produce that diamond engagement ring, this series of photos should help put things in perspective.
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$100 MILLION PAYDAY
The check was for $100 million, a payday so mind boggling that Floyd Mayweather Jr. couldn’t help but show it to a few reporters when the night was done.
Billionaires versus big oil
A growing number of the world’s wealthiest people, from both ends of the political spectrum, are banding together to bet on new technologies that could displace fossil fuels. The one thing they have in common? They believe it will make them a lot of money.