Daily Archives: August 4, 2015
US approves a drug made using 3D printing
You might be familiar with the concept of 3D-printed medical equipment, but you’re going to have to get used to seeing 3D-printed medicine, too. The US Food and Drug Administration has approved its first drug manufactured using 3D printing, Aprecia’s epilepsy-fighting Spritam.
Eminem Details 2007 Overdose & Rehab Recovery
Eminem sat down with Men’s Journal to talk about how the boxing film ‘Southpaw’ is similar to a real situation he went through in December 2007, when Slim Shady overdosed on pills and was taken to a hospital, where his addiction to Vicodin and Valium took over his life.
Continue reading Eminem Details 2007 Overdose & Rehab Recovery
Red hot nickel ball burning through foam breaks the color spectrum
The colors! The colors! Holy cow, the colors. The world destroyer that is the red hot nickel ball got put to task on floral foam and the result is an awesome burn through that unleashes so many colors and then creates scales and pretty much topples the entire foam tower. Always a pleasure, red hot nickel ball.
Continue reading Red hot nickel ball burning through foam breaks the color spectrum
Nike Has Just Signed Karl-Anthony Towns and D’Angelo Russell
The big sneaker news in the sports world today was the word that adidas has offered James Harden $200M for a 13-year deal, but Nike just announced that it’s made room for two rookies in the NBA: Karl-Anthony Towns, the no.1 overall pick in the 2015 draft, and D’Angelo Russell, the no.2 pick.
Continue reading Nike Has Just Signed Karl-Anthony Towns and D’Angelo Russell
10 Examples of Comics Art So Good, They Don’t Need Words to Tell a Story
Comics are a visual medium—but most comics still rely heavily on narration and dialogue. Once in a while, though, a series, a single issue, or even one great scene in a comic will forgo text, or keep it at a minimum, to tell a gorgeous story with just images. Here are 10 pieces of comic art that don’t need words to convey a story.
Continue reading 10 Examples of Comics Art So Good, They Don’t Need Words to Tell a Story
World’s Glaciers Have Melted To Lowest Levels On Record
The world’s glaciers have melted to the lowest levels since record-keeping began more than 120 years ago, according to a study conducted by the World Glacier Monitoring Service that was released on Monday.
Continue reading World’s Glaciers Have Melted To Lowest Levels On Record