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iPhone 4S vs. Canon 5d

iPhone 4S vs. Canon 5d

Robino Films made a rig to shoot both cameras at the same time side by side. All scenes are perfectly synced together so you can pause and scrutinize the frames. I don’t know about you, but iPhone wins. Canon needs… Read the rest

CERN: Light Speed May Have Been Exceeded By Subatomic Particle

CERN: Light Speed May Have Been Exceeded By Subatomic Particle

After only a short period of time from when they fired up the machine that caused the Black-Hole Panic of 2010, CERN researches have discovered what could possible be the genesis of light-speed travel.

European researchers said they clocked… Read the rest

Scramble Suit

Scramble Suit

The scramble suit is a fictional technology from Philip K. Dick’s 1977 novel, “A Scanner Darkly”. It’s effectively a cloak that hides the identify of the wearer by making it impossible to describe or remember them, and this guy made… Read the rest

AI vs. AI.

AI vs. AI.

Humans are obsolete. The chatbots are learning

Beware The Future

Beware The Future

In the future, our robot overlords will taunt us by having their specific function inscribed on the front of them. It will allow just enough time for us to run, get tired, then ultimately be violated like the weaker species… Read the rest

Reminder: OS X Lion is Now Available

Reminder: OS X Lion is Now Available

Today is the release of the latest OS upgrade from Apple. It’s $30.00 and only available for download through the app store, which by the way is fucking bullshit. I held out upgrading my machine to Snow Leopard knowing… Read the rest

I Can Copy

I Can Copy

Imagine living back when this technology was new. What kind of black magic wizardry is this!?

Star Spotted Emmiting Epic Water Jets Into Space

Star Spotted Emmiting Epic Water Jets Into Space

The Herschel Telescope captured this sunlike protostar emitting massive jets of gas into space at speeds up to 124,000 miles per hour. The photo captured is truly amazing.

The star was found by ESA’s Herschel Space Observatory, which was able… Read the rest

The WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery

The WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery

New Zealand inventor Ian Williams, decided that he’d much rather make his own beer than sit and dish out his cash to the local pubs. The result being an “at home” brewer that can stand up against all of the… Read the rest

World Science Festival NYC

World Science Festival NYC

The World Science Festival returns to New York City June 1-5, 2011 with a sweeping array of cutting-edge science programs designed to make the esoteric understandable and the familiar fascinating. The world’s leading scientific minds will be joined by… Read the rest

Scientists Cure Cancer, But No One Cares

Scientists Cure Cancer, But No One Cares

Canadian researchers find a simple cure for cancer, but major pharmaceutical companies are not interested because the method cannot be patented, and without a patent they can’t make money. Seriously.

Anatomy of a Mashup

Anatomy of a Mashup

The Man in Blue breaks down the layers of a mash-up to reveal its entire structure: the cutting, layering, levels and equalization of 23 different songs. By dividing up the sound data for each song and computing its appearance… Read the rest

Sperm Bank Donation Machine

Sperm Bank Donation Machine

Just one question….ummm….how might one acquire one of these for everyday personal use?

The iPad Was Predicited In 1994

The iPad Was Predicited In 1994

Back in 1994, this video entitled The Tablet Newspaper: A Vision of the Future was released. It talked about the future of media, and how we will be receiving it. It shows us that the great minds and forward… Read the rest

Secret Passage

Secret Passage

To help maximize the tenant’s rent in San Francisco’s Upper Haight district, architects dipped into the evil genius/super hero mindset, and converted the bottom floor into a hidden garage. Due to strict appearance codes of the neighborhood, they could… Read the rest