Apr 302016
World’s First Talking Cat Collar

It was bound to happen. After being featured in countless cartoons and science fiction shows, someone has finally created the world’s first talking cat collar. Does it accurately translate what your cat is actually saying? Probably not, but it’s the Internet so who cares?

Now, this commercial by Temptations Brand has gone viral with over half a million hits!


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Apr 282016
Nerd Invents His Own Touchscreen Mirror

Today, kids are growing up with touchscreen mobile devices as common, everyday devices. But what’s next? Many science fiction movies show off mirrors or fridges with touch screen computers built inside. 

Now, RealGangstersGiggle has just debuted his own homemade touchscreen mirror. Could this be the future?


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Apr 252016
How Vending Machines Detect Specific Coins

Most of us take vending machines for granted these days. Though they have been around for quite sometime and appear to be the same, today’s vending machines are much more high tech their their older counterparts. 

The Science Channel explains how a modern vending machine uses specific lasers, scanners, and sensors to detect each coin that is dropped in, and to discard any fakes. 


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Apr 232016
Inventors Create Gloves That Translates Sign Language Into Speech

One of the most difficult parts of being deaf and or mute is not being able to communicate with others. It’s like being a foreigner in your own country. Thankfully, we are living in the future. University of Washington students Thomas Pryor and Navid Azodi wanted to fix this problem, so they invented gloves that connect to a computer via Bluetooth. Amazingly, the computer and gloves translate American Sign Language into speech in real time. 


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Apr 192016
Bill Nye Bets Weatherman $20,000 The World Is Warmer, Not Cooling

In case you missed it, bodybuilder and meteorologist Joe Bastardi challenged one of the Internet’s favorite personalities, Bill Nye The Science Guy, to prove there is a connection to carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and global climate. 

Bill Nye answered the challenge with a bet of $20,000 that he’s right and Joe is wrong. Will Joe accept? Apparently no.


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