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A new wave of Knightscope crime-fighting robots is rolling out to patrol malls and airports alongside human security guards. Someone will duct tape a toilet plunger to one of these with a sign,”EXTERMINATE!”
Fun, games and safety implications with a 4 Tesla (T) MRI magnet that was about to be decommissioned. Note how magnetic objects let loose tend to oscillate along the magnet bore. That’s because the peak magnetic field gradients are at … Continue reading
JPL and Stanford University have been working on a totally different rover concept that is well suited to these environments called Hedgehog. Instead of rolling around on wheels, the Hedgehog design actually puts three flywheels on the inside of a … Continue reading
No info was given about the video. Hyperloop explained
The Stellar V, a sun powered vehicle created by Solar Team Eindhoven of the university of the same name in the Netherlands, will be entering the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge with its 5-seater. More info.
Presenting the working prototype. Wonder how electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems hook up to it.
The singularity, ruined by lawyers.
All totals verified by the National Bureau of Scales and the Advanced Physics Institute of Foot-Pounds and Speed.
From bee sting to cobra bites, we measure the deadliest substance known to mankind and see how much it takes to kill a person. Everything from the top 10 deadliest substance, most deadly/poisonous animals, plutonium, polonium and even the legendary … Continue reading
A firefighter and a soldier in full gear bear the same load as a medieval armored fighter. This is how they compare in an obstacle run. [6:56] – the run in full gear starts at [2:57]
Inventor Richard Browning puts his jet engine-powered suit through its paces, beating his own record for speed and distance during a test flight.
From the beginning to April of last year. Please mute the music if you find it annoying. [4:09 of 4:41]
Climeworks is capturing CO2 from air with the world’s first commercial carbon removal technology. Our direct air capture plants remove CO2 from the atmosphere to supply to customers and to unlock a negative emissions future. We built and operate the … Continue reading
Explore the design behind a vertical loop with a marble track, a bucket full of water, and some paper cutouts.