It takes a lot to make a diamond burn — but it can be done. Watch these people prank a Nobel Prize winner, while demonstrating that diamonds are made of carbon and can burn like carbon.
In 1918 during World War I, Germany was getting the better of France, so much so that United States Gen. John Pershing loaned troops—the Harlem Hellfighters, a battalion of Black men from New York.
R Willy, the crazy scooter-er in this stunt, looks like he’s flipping an infinite amount of times but it’s actually just a triple backflip. Oh and it just so happens to be the first triple backflip on a scooter ever. I’ve watched the clip multiple times over and have gasped every time it seems like he’s just about to miss but actually ends up sticking the landing.
A new way to accurately test for drugs may be through your fingerprint.
Successfully operating a for-profit grocery store in a “food desert” — that is, a low-income rural or urban area with few or no options in the way of fresh, healthy and affordable food — can prove challenging. Yet one regional chain of stores in the Philadelphia area appears to be doing just that.
As the once-vilified drug becomes more accepted, researchers around the world are trying to understand how it works—and how it might fight disease.