There’s an alternate universe in which every computer screen and smartphone can be rolled like a newspaper, and TVs come in long cardboard tubes. Unfortunately, that’s not our reality, despite a new prototype by LG.
Wow, this is beyond incredible. Here’s footage of an F-16 launching itself 15,000 into the air in less than 45 seconds. It’s basically a vertical straight shot and you get to see how high—the fighter jet looks like its suspended in air for a moment there—the airplane goes and how small the rest of the world looks in what is essentially the aircraft’s rear view. It gets so high that you half expect it to like, fall back to Earth.
Welcome to the world, elements 113, 115, 117 and 118!
Four new elements will join more than a hundred others on the periodic table of the elements, the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) announced last week. The last time the venerable chemistry mainstay added new elements to its roster was in 2012, when elements 114 and 116 got the names flerovium and livermorium, respectively.
One woman got off the hook for a DUI charge with a claim just as ridiculous-sounding as one man’s claim that his dog was driving his car when he got busted for DUI. Although the latter was proven to be false this woman’s claim that her body brews alcohol has actually been proven true.
Everywhere we go, a new networking opportunity arises. Whether we are at the grocery store or mall or business event, a new group of people surround us.
The Los Angeles Lakers’ Jordan Clarkson had an emphatic, demoralizing slam dunk on the way to his team’s unexpected 20-point victory over the Phoenix Suns on Sunday night. You read that right.
Last year, steep declines in Chinese stocks were periodically followed by dramatic, if less severe, declines in U.S. and European stocks.
On 2016’s first day of trading, it’s more of the same.