In his latest review Marques gives a breakdown of the Jaybird X2 and declares them the best Bluebuds on the market
The Gates Foundation has been working on the Omni Processor and finally has it up and running in Dakar, Senegal. This pilot project is showing how this machine can take the nastiest, most disgusting sewer sludge and turn it into clean drinking water. As an added bonus, the sludge that’s removed can be converted to energy and to bricks used for local construction.
This week Dustin shows you how to build the Hoverboard from Back to the Future. But be warned: Board will not work on water, Unless you got POWAH!!
Russian urban explorer and photographer Ralph Mirebs somehow managed to gain access to the world’s first operational space launch facility: the Baikonur Cosmodrome located in the desert of Kazakhstan. The former Soviet Space Shuttle Program was shut down due to lack of funding shortly after the callapse of the Soviet Union. Since then, the huge abandoned hangar which houses the degenerating remains of two prototypes used by the defunct space program has been left to deteriorate in isolation. The two shuttles are from the Buran space program which ran from 1974 to 1993 and only saw two orbital flights. These pictures of their remains are eerily breathtaking
With the new movie Self/Less coming out next month. ASAPScience takes a look at the idea of transferring your consciousness to another body.