Allow us to detail five real technologies that, according to our calculations, are 100 percent certain to drag us into a nightmare future infested with killer machines shaped like Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Even the smallest, slimiest creatures employ tech that will some day revolutionize everything from solar panels to TV screens.
The media loves to breathlessly cover 'The Twitter Revolution.' Unfortuantely, the only place it actually exists is in newspapers and blogs.
War is a terrible thing: Sometimes you have to take the life of your fellow man in the most brutal and extravagant ways...and you just don't have a good enough weapon to do it as hard as you want. That's when you start strapping every weapon you have to every other weapon you have, and hope that physics is in a good enough mood today to let you fir
The world has somehow forgotten perhaps the greatest Internet sensation of our time
If there are two things the Internet loves, it's cute, fuzzy animals and deadly cyborgs. As awesome as those two things are on their own, though, combining them gives us something that's often more disturbing and insane than either of those could bring us on their own.
I went through that friends list with a scythe, casting out anyone who I hadn't worked with, or gotten drunk with, or fantasized about getting drunk with. I was ruthless, just totally not caring what effect this might have on my suddenly Bucholz-less non-friends. So if there was a wave of really bad poetry sweeping the Internet last spring, I guess
The urban legends of every era always seem to reflect whatever teenagers are doing at the time. That's why it only makes sense that today's are centered around video games. Except ... these are absolutely true.