Consumer Reports unveiled a new report Monday that doesn't look so good for meat eaters. The magazine bought 458 pounds of ground beef from various sources across the country and tested all 300 packages for five common types of bacteria. The verdict is in, and every last pound of the meat they tested was contaminated with fecal matter. And poop is far from the only widespread issue at hand. About 20 percent had C. perfringens, a bacteria that leads to 1 million cases of food poisoning each year,
NASA has had a pretty big month already , but apparently the US space agency's not done yet. The Ames Research Centre team has just revealed that they'll be making a big announcement on Thursday at 4pm UTC (9am PDT on Thursday, or 2am AEST on...
Believe it or not, there are still a few people out there who record vertical videos with their mobile devices. Sure, there might be a few exceptions to the rules (Snapchat, Periscope), but outside of a few applications that are built around vertically-recorded video content, there are very few reasons to record video not in landscape mode.
Thankfully, Google understands that there will always be some folks who record videos this way, which is why the most recent YouTube for Android update aims
Sometimes engineers face unusual problems and then unusual engineering is needed. In this article will be presented some interesting engineering achievements worldwide. Huge cables need huge reels to be handled. This reel is located on a ship and the cable is supposed to be layed on the ocean bed. Crossing city streets with heavy traffic could often be dangerous for the pedestrian. This chinese solution makes the junction safer for walkers. A bridge between two hills… without pillars below. Perf
In this clip, Chris Matthews absolutely shreds Marco Rubio's tasteless jab at President Obama, saying that he had "no class". Rubio appeared on FOX News and tried to get himself a second in the spotlight, but only served to undermine his own campaign with...
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