Category: Technology & Science

Artist Makes A Helicopter Out His Dead Cat

Artist Makes A Helicopter Out His Dead Cat

After his pet cat was killed by a car, Dutchman Bart Jansen made a helicopter out of him. Now the cat is remotely operated.

Hydrocordion And Squeezicians, A New Instrument For The New Type Of Musicians

Hydrocordion And Squeezicians, A New Instrument For The New Type Of Musicians

This strange and fun instrument called Hydrocordion is a part of an exhibition where art meets science.

DIY: Make A Lemon Powered Watch

DIY: Make A Lemon Powered Watch

Why to buy batteries when you can make you own fruit (lemon) powered watch

Solar Eclipse Comes To The States

Solar Eclipse Comes To The States

First solar eclipse in the 21st century will appear on May 20, 2012. over the course of three-and-a-half hours visible from Southeast Asia to Greenland.

Audi Starts With A New Line Of Vehicles

Audi Starts With A New Line Of Vehicles

Audi, the famous German automaker produced a new line of vehicle with a power-to-weight ratio of a well known A4.

Japan Builder Plans To Build 60 000 Miles High Elevator

Japan Builder Plans To Build 60 000 Miles High Elevator

Builders of a Tokyo Sky Tree claim that they can build a 60 000 miles high space elevator made out of carbon nanotubes that are 20 times stronger than steel.

Mysterious Substance Falls From The Sky In NY

Mysterious Substance Falls From The Sky In NY

A mysterious greenish-yellow goo that fell from the sky has splattered homes in Snyder, N.Y., and triggered investigations by the FAA and the town’s waste engineer.

Discovered Black Hole May Explain How The Early Universe Looked Like

Discovered Black Hole May Explain How The Early Universe Looked Like

A supermassive black hole discovered inside a nearby dwarf galaxy may help explain how the galaxies were created in the early universe.

Did You Know That North Is Not Always At The Same Place

Did You Know That North Is Not Always At The Same Place

According to NASA our planet’s magnetic field is in a constant state of change travelling at a rate of 40 miles per year toward Russia

Swiss Company Claims It Can Produce Rain

Swiss Company Claims It Can Produce Rain

A Swiss company claims to have achieved something incredible: make it rain in a desert.

See The Largest Sea Vessel

See The Largest Sea Vessel

It looks like it came from some SF movie. The Turanor is a giant catamaran that runs entirely on solar energy. It is the world’s biggest solar powered boat and it also uses the largest lithium ion battery in the world

Electricity Of The Future Comes From Waste Heat

Electricity Of The Future Comes From Waste Heat

Respectable team of Ukrainian and American scientists has used the “pyroelectric” method to power tiny devices using waste heat

Another Junk To Monitor Space Junk

Another Junk To Monitor Space Junk

A satellite that will monitor the clutter in Earth orbit is scheduled to launch Saturday, nearly three months later than originally planned

Deceiving Robots Used In Military

Deceiving Robots Used In Military

The development may alarm those who are concerned that robots who are able to practice deception are not safe to work with humans.

Cement Manufacturing Process

Cement Manufacturing Process

Many people talk about cement when they mean concrete. Concrete is a mixture of cement, sand and gravel. That is, cement is the glue of concrete.

See How Your Cool Gadgets Rank

See How Your Cool Gadgets Rank

It’s tough to get a high rank on GG’s Electronics Guide, the highest score got only 7.5 out of 10 points

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