S-Lot, by Natalie Kwee & Caio Barboza,puts little houses into unused vertical parking structures.
Charging in Barstow, California At the end of his road trip on Monday, Norman Hajjar had used a little more than 4,000 kilowatt-hours of energy. He drove a Tesla Model S sedan for 12,000 miles over 24 days, crossing 27 states along the way. The trip was a bid for a Guinness world record for […]
If you live in Canada, it’s a safe bet you have a ton of milk bags in your kitchen. If you’re American, you’re probably wondering what I’m talking about.
Micrograph Image Showing Intestinal Villi Photo hosted on Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 2.0 Textbooks (here are just a few) say the surface area of the human gut is about 300 square meters, or about the size of a tennis court. But who will fact-check the fact-makers, hmm? HMMMM? Never fear, two researchers recently revisited this […]
Nathanael Johnson makes the case that higher prices would help Americans value their food more.
The world’s quietest parade broke the previous record which was previously held by Zurich in Switzerland (but they counted electric scooters, this one didn’t).
Faces from the Dataset Used to Test the Algorithm Described Below Labeled Faces in the Wild, University of Massachusetts It’s already a little eerie when Facebook suggests tags for who it recognizes in your photo, especially for faces that are sma…
No space in the yard for vegetables? No problem. Plant your veggies in containers and reap a harvest of fresh produce anyway.
There’s motion everywhere in our world. What if we could harness energy that would otherwise be wasted to power our gadgets and generate clean electricity? Is it too good to be true?
Jacob Scherr of NRDC (a group that helped write the Agenda 21 document) looks at the success that the conspiracy theorists are having.