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Floating nuclear power plants could avoid disasters like Fukushima
Researchers have an idea for how future nuclear reactors can avoid the trauma that led to the 2011 disaster at Fukushima: by building new pl
New dwarf planet in the Oort cloud changes picture of solar system
Astronomers searching for the faintest glimmers of light beyond distant Pluto say they¿ve discovered a new dwarf planet.
'Angry alien' in packing puzzle shocks mathematicians - physics-math - 0...
Even small tweaks to shapes can drastically change their packing efficiency, and mapping the results spawns weird and unexpected 3D creation
Watch the star of 'Archer' fix his girlfriend's grandparents' Wi-Fi and ...
Mike Lacher's McSweeney's article 'In which I fix my girlfriend's grandparents' Wifi and am hailed as a conquering hero is a tale of interne
Baltimore's speed trap cameras are wrong 10 percent of the time
Baltimore resident Daniel Doty was recently booked by a speeding camera for going 38mph in a 25mph zone. Doty might not have fought the tick
'A Christmas Story' of Jean Shepherd, the man behind a holiday classic
Odds are good you'll watch (or at least encounter) a showing of A Christmas Story at some point today — but the radio personality behind the
A renewed war on powerful pain meds threatens to hurt patients
A pile of oxycodone, a highly addictive, schedule II controlled pain medication. (Flickr / Be.Futureproof) Evan Blass is in pain, and it won
How an ex-animal activist is forcing the FBI to tell him its secrets
Ryan Shapiro is a thorn in the FBI's side. The 37-year-old MIT PhD student has a background in animal activism and hardcore punk, but now sp
FCC releases Android speed test app to gather data on cell carrier perfo...
The Federal Communications Commission has released a mobile speed test app for Android to help the agency crowdsource data about wireless pe
Screenwriter reimagines 'Super Mario Bros.' in gritty, drug-fueled homag...
No one would accuse Nintendo of injecting much hard reality into Super Mario Sunshine, but Evan Daugherty, writer for Snow White and the Hun
Artist transforms old machine parts into stunning 'Star Wars' sculptures
Gabriel Dishaw is an artist that uses discarded parts from typewriters, machines, and old computers to create some truly beautiful pieces of
11-story Lego tower sets new Guinness World Record
If you ever played with Lego bricks as a child (or as an adult), you've probably had the impulse at one time or another to see just how high
John Wilkes Booth killed Lincoln… but who killed John Wilkes Booth?
A murdered president. A fleeing assassin. A dead man’s vertebrae. A deathbed confession and a ghastly suicide. A family’s disgrace. Conspira
Watch faces melt in this disturbing portrait series
For his "Uncured" series of images, artist Ben Dehaan used an inkjet printer to create a number of portraits that appear to be melting. The
60,000 RPM vacuum powered rotary tool was 3D printed
The whining of the turbines in the 3D printed pneumatic rotary tool might make your teeth hurt. When [Axodus] tipped us off about it he ment