Monthly Archive: October 2018

Not your usual rash

Zachary Smith was scratching uncomfortably when his mom, Mandy picked him up at school. He claimed his feet and even his eyes itched. He and his mom assumed the rash was poison ivy, and...

Live at Pompeii

The Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii concert is 47 years old this month. Released in 1972, the documentary film directed by Adrian Maben and featuring the English rock group Pink Floyd performing at the ancient Roman amphitheatre...

11,000 marbles run machine

This Marble Run “Marble Tsunami” has 4 tipping containers holding totally more than 11000 marbles. In this Jelle’s Marble Runs‘ video you’ll see the 10000 marbles and the 1000 marbles container will tipping together causing more...

The RNA world hypothesis

All living creatures today reproduce and evolve using a complex gene-enzyme cycle. If we look at a cell, for example, information encoded in its genes is used to produce functional proteins called enzymes. Some...

Volvox | Boiler Room X Pornceptual

A dominant force on the Brooklyn underground scene, Ariana is known for tough, stripped-back techno and groovy, acid-flavored sets. She has been a busy DJ and event producer since 2006 and in that time...

Boston Dynamics’ s Atlas can do parkour now

The control software uses the whole body including legs, arms and torso, to marshal the energy and strength for jumping over the log and leaping up the steps without breaking its pace (Step height...

Buttermilk: healthier than it sounds

Buttermilk’s name is deceptive since it contains no butter and is typically low in fat. This dairy beverage originated as a byproduct of traditional butter-making, being the protein-rich liquid left behind after all the...

Meet the tallest man in the world

Igor Vovkovinskiy, born in 1982,  is dangerously tall (235 cm) and getting bigger by the day. While the first thing you notice about Igor is undoubtedly his height, spend some time with him and...