10 Future Law Enforcement Technologies

If you thought getting scanned and groped at the airport was the end, boy are you in for a surprise. Police around the world advancing are their arsenal of weapons…

Hubble Takes a new Photo of the Pillars of Creation

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Pope Endorses Theories Of Evolution And Big Bang

Pope Francis has reiterated that the Catholic Church sees no conflict between science and religion, accepting the universe was created in the Big Bang, rather than insisting on a literal interpretation…

Kittens Play With Newton’s Cradle

Most kitten videos portray the same scene over and over. A bunch of baby cats playing. It’s cute, but Internet viewers of 2012 want more. And adorable kitten channel Funny Cats…

Virtual Reality Remote Controlled Robot Avatar Brushes Cat

After much sweat and toil, Taylorveltrop has finally unveiled his complete project. Using a Microsoft Kinect, a Nintendo Wii, a treadmill, and computers, he created a quasi virtual reality remote control robot avatar.…

Upside Down Cat Flips Over To Always Land On Its Feet Explained In Super Slow Motion

Everyone knows that cats always land on their feet when they fall, but how do they do that? The phenomenon perplexed the nerdy cat owner who runs Smarter Every Day, so…

Yo-Yo Tricks In Space

Having the amazing opportunity to work in space is many scientists dream. And one of the best parts of being in space is the fun parts! Like experimenting with toys from Earth,…

Camera Records Astronaut Point Of View In Space

Becoming an astronaut takes decades of hard, strenuous work. But the pay off is amazing. NASA astronauts recorded some of the view they get to enjoy. NASA’s Dr. Justin Wilkinson adds narration.  …

Drop Of Water Orbits Needle In Space Experiment

One of the most important parts of actually being in space is that astronauts can conduct physics experiments in zero gravity they otherwise couldn’t on Earth. Here, a NASA astronaut…

Juno Spacecraft Passes By Earth And Moon

The space age may be in its infancy, but it’s still here.  NASA‘s Juno spacecraft is traveling to Jupiter, and is set to reach the gassy planet by July of 2016.…