With the price of fuel increasing, thus increasing the cost of flying, it sure is time to start looking at alternative methods to gain power – hence this amazing round the world mission.
I’ve been in thermals for four days now. I saw the sun for the first time since Sunday just this morning, where there was surely a fault in the clouds. Yep, winter is here.
Scientists genetically modify human embryos. Everyone Loves Raymond star commits suicide. Top Gear producer resigns. Local banks get R66bn safety net. Adam Sandler’s native indian problem. Tiger Woods’ girlfriend doesn’t dig golf.
It’s not every day you come across some giant prehistoric eggs, which is why this discovery in China has both scientists and dinosaur lovers very excited.
Whilst this little guy might not be ready for the open road just yet some scientists have created a fish-friendly mode of transport. No, it’s not a tank.
That moment when you wake up and the room is spinning and the thought of ever drinking ever again is a brilliant idea. That moment is on it’s way out, folks.
Another day, another remarkable stride forward in the race to create technology intelligent enough to one day rule us all. This Terminator-inspired 3D printer is rather impressive.
You may have heard that there are 100 people competing for the chance to win a one-way ticket to Mars, but did you know us Saffas have five people in the final running?
3-parent babies legal in UK. Weed was illegal in Jamaica until now! Zuma gives more friends top jobs. Churchill’s blood up for auction. How Is Stephen Hawking still alive? Table Mountain serial muggers caught. Idiot Giuliana apologises for being an idiot.
Wait, you’re telling me I’m going to be driven home by a car without a driver? Fine, but if they don’t do fast-food drive-throughs we are going to have a problem.
The world is advancing with regards to medical science, and this step is going to make changes for thousands of people the world over.
Car keys, house keys, office keys – yes, one less would be great, but are you willing to have all your info stored in your hand??
What with memes and Instagram and Twitter and Facebook and emails and YouTube and Pinterest and every other social media platform, it’s a wonder you aren’t born with a computer attached to your face.
Elon Musk and Tesla have been big talk this year, and they sure are ending the year off with a few headlines, albeit not so good ones. Have a look to see why.
Have you ever wondered what we’re missing down at the bottom of the ocean? Who or what is living down there just waiting to be discovered? Well scientists have spotted a rarity, check it out…
Mind control is on it’s way, and it’s as complicated as it is impressive. You may want to start disciplining your mind to stop thinking naughty thoughts.
Science can explain a lot of things – the weather, space, evolution. It can also explain why hipsters, when trying to be a group of nonconformists, all look EXACTLY the same.
A lot of planning goes in to landing something on a moving object. Now picture it being 317 million miles away, and doing it by remote. Anyway, they nailed it.
Ah, the future is nigh. Hopefully Google will also soon have a robot that can bake lovely souffles and carrot cakes and hand feed me grapes all whilst waving a palm frond.
Stephen Hawking is undoubtably one of the most clever people of our lifetime and whilst he has been confined to a wheelchair, he has kept up his sense of humour and fun.
In the latest spotted-in-the-sky news, a fireball has cruised across the North American skies, causing confusion and unrest among the people of the States.
Pope Francis has taken a stand for evolution, saying that God is not a “magician with a magic wand”. Check out his full statement here…
A new innovation in medical technology will soon allow users to detect cancer early, using a new device and app.
Attaching LED lights to drones allows Ars Electronica Futurelabs to create gorgeous light displays with those useful quadcopters.