Sep 032014
Getting Stuck In Traffic At 6 AM In Montreal

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You’re sick and tired of getting stuck in traffic on your way to work. By the time you get to work you are late or just barely on time. It stresses you out for the remainder of the morning. Danny R thought he was smarter than everyone else. Instead of going to work at 7AM, he work up bright and early to get on the road by 6 in the morning. The only problem was, a lot of other people had the same idea. 



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May 212014
Mother Bear Rescues Baby Bear From Highway

While traveling through the Kootenay National Park in British Columbia, tornado chaser Ricky Forbes saw a baby bear cub on the side of the highway. He quickly took out his camera and hit record. Thankfully, mama bear was close by and quickly scooped up her cub from behind the road divider. In one day, this touching nature video has gone viral with over 650,000 hits!


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May 112014
Solar Roadways Is The Road Of The Future

A lot has changed since the 1960′s. Our phones, computers, and cars are all much more advanced. But one thing is still relatively archaic. Our roads. Scott and Julie Brusaw want to change all that. For years they have been working on a project to battle so many problems we currently face. Their product is the Solar Roadway.

The Solar Roadway is to the road as the smartphone is to the rotatory phone. Their product will be a roadway that never needs salting or clearing from ice and snow as it is heated. The LED’s under the road can dynamically warn motorists of oncoming trouble. And best of it, the roads all work as solar panels to obtain free electricity from the sun. These are just a few of the amazing benefits of their new solar road. 

Read more on EnGadet and Indiegogo



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Sadly, we have along way to go before the country, and the world is covered with Solar-freaking-Roadways. Scientist Thunderf00t covers the many reasons why the solar-roads are more science fiction than science in this response video.  

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Jun 152012

On Mallow Road in the southern Irish town of Cork, two horse and carriages were caught on camera racing each other seemingly oblivious to all automobile traffic. 

A police car tried their best to stop the race, but without being able to knock the racers off the road for fear of a law suit, could only try to warn oncoming traffic. 

Ireland natives are upset that travelers are seemingly given a free rein to do as they please without legal reprecussions. 


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