You know those genius, almost sentient quadcopters that can learn new skills like juggle balls, fly in tandem, work together, go through hoops, attach themselves to wall and basically do things that will eventually destroy mankind? This guy, Kai Hou, is like the human equivalent of those. He's an acrobatic master that can flip, spin, jump, turn, tumble through the air and do basically anything that shreds our typical sense of gravity. I wish I could jump like him.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike has been turned into a parking lot after as many as 100 vehicles were involved in a chain-reaction of car crashes. An eight-mile stretch of I-276 between exits 343 and 353 has been temporarily closed as officials try to get a handle on the early morning wreck, police said.
Landmines are one of the more controversial weapons of war. Hidden from sight, they maim and kill and remain long after conflicts end. According to the United Nations, 110 million active landmines ar...
Not long ago, fingerprints were the cutting edge of biometric profiling. Today, the use of biosignatures to identify individuals has expanded to include everything from iris and facial scans right through to DNA profiling and even the unique shape of a person's ass. Here's what you need to know about how companies and governments are tracking your biometrics.
THE EDITOR, Sir:My attention has been drawn to a posting of Saturday, February 8, 2014 on a popular Barbados blog by regular contributor Robert MacLellan under the headline 'LIAT Leadership Asleep At The Wheel Again'.In the post, Mr MacLellan...
By Joseph Menn SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A previously unknown flaw in a recent version of Microsoft Corp's Internet Explorer web browser is being used to attack Internet users, including some visitors to a major site for U.S. military ...
The thing about eating healthy, raw and green is, you don’t really have to be a very skilled “chef” to do it. There’s no risk of over-cooking or sinking the soufflé– when it comes to the rabbit food, you are the master, the crazy inventor, the abstract painter, the mad mixologist. With a little creativity, you [...]
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