How would you use science to innovate upon sports?
Polyethyene dichloride, an algaecide.
Voyager 1 May Be Caught Inside an Interstellar Flux Transfer Event
Raise your hand if you fell for it this time.
Facebook Autofill Wants To Store Users' Credit Card Info
Given the deep contempt that Facebook demonstrates toward even the idea of personal privacy, I don't think I would want to trust them with my credit cards.
NASA Building Network of Smart Cameras Across US
They're actually setting up to track us all everywhere we go in our flying cars.
Any Open Source Solutions For DIY Auto Diagnostics?
When I was an "avid tinkerer" (in my case, backyard mechanic), $200 took some scrimping but it was a good price for good tools. It compares pretty favorably with the price of a good-quality torque wrench, and very favorably with that of an air compressor and set of air tools, even cheap ones.
The Star Wars Christmas Special Still Exists
The answer is none. None more bad.
New Treatment Trains Immune System To Kill Cancer
if it's in clinical trials? Maybe it won't pan out, but it is a physical product.
I mark U.S. Indepedence Day ...
I used to live in Scotland. The US had a large military presence in the town, so July 4th had a lot of goings on. I remember remarking to a cabbie that he must find it all rather odd. He replied that it wasn't at all strange: celebrating independence from the English made perfect sense to him.