Scientists have discovered two gigantic structures resembling soap bubbles in the middle of the Milky Way, above and below the galactic plane. How gigantic? 25,000 light-years tall, one quarter the size of our galaxy! They are not sure where they are coming from.
Imagine this—you're in a hot tub. Nice! You're also surrounded by water. Ooh. You're also out boating, while hot-tubbing, while drinking. All at once. The future is now and it is steamy and very wet.
Educational toys are a clever way to teach your kids while they think they're just having fun. Like this old-school airplane toy which was secretly training America's kids on how to be successful bombardiers for a possible nuclear war.
There's something fundamentally broken in the world of PC laptops: Machines designed nearly four years ago still provide the basic model for how to build one correctly today. The Razer Blade is, in some ways, one of the best Windows laptops I've used in a long time. But I can't decide if it's merely ironic or outright depressing that a PC designed to reinvigorate PCs is ultimately most interesting because it steals something from Apple that most PC makers only wish they could grasp: How to steal like Apple.
After collecting scrap for two years and melding it into the homemade monstrosity you see above, Li Jingchun’s plane is finally finished – at least on the outside.