This 1964 Eisert is serial No. 1, known as the Harrison Special—the first car built by innovative Indy constructor and crew chief Jerry Eisert. It's based on the very successful Formula 1 Lotus 18 and
A space-time tunnel could exist in the middle of the Milky Way and we could travel through it, say scientists A giant doorway to another galaxy may exist at the centre of the Milky Way, a study suggests.
The new discovery offers hope of a new treatment for skeletal disorders such as bone fractures, brittle bones, osteosarcoma or damaged cartilage Broken bones and torn cartilage could be fixed in a simple
There's something you can do to prevent or at least hold off this seemingly inevitable human decline, according to a new study. It's all about exercise. On many measures, active older adults can perform
[UPDATE: My review of the XPS 13 is here.] File this headline and subsequent article under “words I swore I’d never utter.” Dell has unveiled an updated version of their XPS 13 laptop that has sent my
Fasting for as little as three days can regenerate the entire immune system, even in the elderly, scientists have found in a breakthrough described as "remarkable". Although fasting diets have been criticised
Instructables contributor goldlego, also known as Calvin Nutter, produced a clever greeting card that mimics the aesthetics of an old computer loading screen. Better yet, it’s animated, and as you pull
There are a lot of advantages to the new wave of LED lighting, but many people still love the classic-looking Edison-style filament bulbs; they don’t want to give them up in favor of something that’s contemporary.
Pro drifter Vaughn Gittin, Jr. is finally ready to drop his racy new Mustang RTR. The car debuts at SEMA and will be available via select Ford dealers, and it looks the business. Frankly, the 2015 Mustang’s
In 1988, before the fall of the Berlin Wall, Gunther Holtorf and his wife Christine set off on a monumental road trip that would span 26 years, 177 countries, and nearly 550,000 miles (885,139 km). The
Attention aspiring members of the plutocracy! You can get yourself into the long-hood, short-deck equivalent of a Pinkerton truncheon for as little as $120,825! That’s right, Mercedes-Benz has released
In doing so, the small Houston-based company dethroned Volkswagen Group's multimillion-dollar Bugatti 16.4 Veyron Super Sports as the fastest car in the world. This week, the company announced plans to
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Scott Aaronson's answer has implications for C-3PO, the universe and the odds that you are a Boltzmann Brain. Imagine standing in an open field with a bucket of water balloons and a couple of friends.
"The reason I haven't taken SpaceX public is the goals of SpaceX are very long-term, which is to establish a city on Mars," Musk said at a press briefing on September 8. It wasn't the first time Musk talked
Expect no less than a monster price for this crazy machine Apple's new "trash can" Mac Pro is pretty wild, but Alienware might have just snatched back the title for craziest desktop PC with its new Area-51.
One of the great American rites of passage has been the teenager earning his or her driver’s license. Nearly everyone went through some version of a parent trying to teach them to operate the family car,
I thought it'd be a cool story to interview academics and robotics professionals about the popular notion of a robot takeover, but four big names in the area declined to talk to me. A fifth person with
Earlier this year when news first leaked that Apple was going to acquire Beats for about $3 billion, the initial response was that the price tag seemed high, but few questioned the underlying logic of
Take it to the limit, one more time. It seems like just yesterday we were falling over ourselves at the New York auto show debut of the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG 4MATIC coupe. The remarkably beautiful
It happens quickly—more quickly than you, being human, can fully process. A front tire blows, and your autonomous SUV swerves. But rather than veering left, into the opposing lane of traffic, the robotic