What’s Actually Inside An Airplane’s Black Box?

Whenever you hear about a tragic plane crash, you always hear about the mythical black box. What exactly does the black box do and what’s even inside it? What’s Inside took a look by cutting the black box (it’s not actually black) in half and ripping it open to see its guts.

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Kanye West Could Become A Billionaire With Expanded Adidas Deal That Includes New Line Of Accessories & Retail Stores

Adidas and Kanye West are in it for the long haul together.

On Wednesday, June 29, it was announced that the partnership has evolved into adidas + Kanye West, “a YEEZY branded entity creating footwear, apparel and accessories for all genders across street and sport.”

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Xbox Co-Creator Hopes Sony Will Respond to Microsoft’s Invitation to Link XBL and PSN

In March, Microsoft turned heads when it publicly invited other platform holders, including potentially Sony, to have their online games connect to Xbox Live. Never before has there been cross-play between Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. While Sony did respond to Microsoft’s invitation, the company’s statement was indecisive.

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A Great White Shark Got Caught Napping on Camera for the First Time Ever

Do you know what a sleeping great white shark looks like? It’s never been seen before. Until now. A robotic submersible captured the first-ever footage of a great white taking a nap, and you can see it innocently catch some zzzs with its mouth hanging wide open. It looks maybe seven percent less frightening than a great white that’s awake.

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MEET THE GERMS SHARING YOUR SEAT ON THE SUBWAY

The subway is crowded–and not just with people. Sharing your commute are trillions of invisible microbes. They’re on the seats, poles, ticket kiosks; pretty much on anything people hold, lean against, sneeze on, swipe, or bump into. “We’re constantly shedding bugs into our environment,” says Curtis Huttenhower, an associate professor at Harvard’s School of Public Health.

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