Technology

World’s First Space Hotel with Artificial Gravity Will Open in 2025

Yet another organization is making strides toward helping ordinary citizens spend time in outer space. The Gateway Foundation has announced plans to build the world’s first space hotel, with an aim to have 100 tourists per week by 2025. DESIGNS for the ‘first space hotel’ have been revealed and it’s as weird and futuristic as you would expect.The orbiting space ... Read More »

Security Princess Is Google’s Secret Weapon

She is Google’s top secret weapon, charged with guarding the world’s most valuable brand. Parisa Tabriz is the company’s card up the sleeve – a young professional hacker they call their “Security Princess”. Read More »

Conceptual Design Art in subway

City officials setup a abstract performance in the capitals metro. The theme is wearing proper public attire. While we are on the subject lets discuss the benefits of using public transportation. Read More »

Foods that kill brain cells

Copper is a chemical element with the symbol Cu and atomic number 29. It is a soft, malleable, and ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. A freshly exposed surface of pure copper has a pinkish-orange color. Read More »

Mars base for teens opens in desert

A newly opened educational centre in the Gobi Desert has been set up to allow Chinese students and tourists to experience what life might be like if they had landed on Mars.Constructed in the stark, barren terrain of China’s northwestern province of Gansu, the “Mars Base 1” facility was built by Chinese company C-SPACE.The facility was set up as China ... Read More »

Panther Artificial Insemination

The Persian leopard is listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List; the population is estimated at fewer than 871–1,290 mature individuals and considered declining. Artificial insemination—taking sperm from a male and placing it into the reproductive system of a female—is one such tool in a scientist’s toolkit. But what’s commonplace for people and livestock like cows and sheep is ... Read More »

Custom Painted Passenger Airplanes

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Yes. It’s a plane. But why has it got Homer Simpson’s face on it?It’s said that at any given moment, there are around 9,700 planes flying in the sky. Every so often, an airline will get their creative juices flowing and create an aircraft with such a fun airline livery that you’ll ... Read More »

Taxis have a new weapon in their war against Uber

Riding in a yellow taxi used to be a miserable experience, which helps explain why Uber and Lyft were able to swoop in and so thoroughly disrupt the industry. Fed up with unreliable and dirty taxi rides, passengers migrated en masse to ride-hail apps that promised cleaner rides, friendlier drivers, and seamless payments. Taxi operators tried to stave off the ... Read More »