Fuck yeah science
Using a bit of wibbly wobbly, scientists at Cornell University have managed to create a small hole in space that could be used to conceal… pretty much anything. Using a hole in space, you could conceivably rob a bank, go into the girl’s locker room, crap on the hood of someone’s car or whatever else, without being detected at all. I’m sure it has some actual helpful and realistic applications as well.
Thanks to Hans Zimmer!
-A man who almost only produces bad ass soundtracks!
When i’m Walking or taking a run, while listening to the Batman Begins soundtrack makes me feel like a goddamn hero! And nothing can freaking stop me!
only traffic lights
Wauw! 2012?!how the hell did we end up here?
It sure as hell dosen’t look like the future the 50’s imagined that’s for sure!
where the hell are the flying cars, the casual spacesuits and the talking dishwashers?!
If i should mention one thing these predictions atleast got right, it’s the wireless network. But that really dosen’t help me with getting a flying car.
Damn all those millennium predictions for letting me down… I am disappointed
Chimps and bonobos are pretty damn intelligent creatures, and many have been spotted using very simple tools for things like cracking shells and fishing in termite mounds. But a 31 year old bonobo named Kanzi is the first non-human ape that has developed a fascination with fire— for building campfires and using them for cooking, a skill he learned by watching humans.
While this is certainly impressive, I wouldn’t worry about ape overlords just yet. It’s already been observed that chimps and bonobos are very good at learning from each other visually, but what makes humans so much better is complex language. It took Kanzi 25 years to figure out how to make a fire through observation, whereas with humans, if we see someone doing something we don’t know how to do, we can ask them to explain it to us and it streamlines the whole process.
I for one welcome our new x overlord