A University of Minnesota student converted global temperature data into a cello arrangement. It doesn't make for a very beautiful song, but it's a beautiful bit of science communication.
Haven't you always wanted to swim in a pool that's in a river? It's like the turducken of summer.
For one day, fancy machers with beach homes will be able to summon a car that will drive to a helicopter that will take off and land in East Hampton.
It makes at least as much sense as burying a person in the ground and putting a stone on top.
The flashlight gets its power from plates that create electricity using a heat differential -- one side needs to be hot and the other cool.
It's recycling for foodie stoners! A pig farmer and butcher have paired up to feed pigs the dregs from a weed dispensary and then make marijuana pork chops.
This MillerCoors facility in Colorado churns out 1,620 tons of waste every year -- and now 99.7 percent of it is recycled or reused.
So far, from what we've seen, the greatest purpose of 3D printing is making spare parts for birds.
Hey, the hotter it gets, the more places you can bake cookies! Bring on global warming!