Adam Felson

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Nobody knew how the clitoris really worked until four years ago

Humans have been studying one another sexually for thousands upon thousands of years. Yet for all that time spent diligently exploring one another's …

Model Your Renovation in 3D With SketchUp Make

Fall in love with this handy new 3D modeling tool.<p>I might have found my next favorite tool. SketchUp Make, released last month, is 3D design software that you've probably heard of. If you're like me, you might have even tried it.<p>Various versions of SketchUp have been around for more than a decade, …

Digital Art

Landing on asteroids could cause a zero-gravity avalanche

Asteroids may not be as stable as scientists thought. A recent experiment shows that the force from a landing spacecraft might easily cause an avalanche or something resembling an extraterrestrial mudslide, as a result of shifts in the dust on the asteroid's granular surface.<p>The research is …

Denver Concerts and Events Calendar

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8:13.878—Sebastien Loeb vaporizes the Pikes Peak record

Loeb shows up and becomes the founding member of the eight-minute club.<p>"Loeb's car is ridiculous." That's the message our Pikes Peak photographer, Jamey Price, texted to me earlier this week after he watched the Frenchman practice in his 875-hp Peugeot 208 T16 hill climb special. In retrospect, he …

Pikes Peak

A Closer Look at Solder Paste

EMSL’s Windell Oskay plays around with solder paste, the er, soldering medium in paste form used in attaching surface mount components to PCBs. The part that particularly fascinated me was when Windell zoomed in on some paste with his microscope, revealing a multitude of tiny balls of solder …