These days we may take paper money and coins for granted. Of course, throughout the ages, it wasn't always like that. In precolonial Africa, currencies such as snail shells..
Researchers May Have Found the First Treatment for Chronic Fainting
A pacemaker might be the key to preventing fainting, making this the first dedicated treatment for this chronic condition.
Same But Different: Actresses That Look Nothing Like Their Characters
Hollywood is filled with gorgeous leading ladies, but from time to time these actresses have to ditch the glamorous gowns, contoured cheekbones, and immerse themselves into an..
This Tiny Robot-Beetle Runs on Alcohol
A microbot inspired by a tiny beetle has been created. These tiny cyborg creatures may one day be used as artificial pollinators during disasters or even for complex medical..
Waze Now Lets You Turn Your Car Into The Batmobile
Waze, the Google GPS and traffic app is known for having a wide range of voices, but the latest addition might make you feel rather superhuman. This October you can look..
5 Must-See Fantasy Shows On Netflix
From 17th century witchhunts in Italy to jungle mysteries deep in the Amazon, Netflix offers a world of fantasy shows from around the world. Check out these five fantastical..
4 Water Saving Tips For Your Vegetable Garden
Getting your vegetable garden to flourish in times of drought is challenging, but it's not entirely impossible. Water conservation doesn't mean that you need to say goodbye to..
5 of the Most Colorful Hillsides in The World
Geological structures like mountains and hillsides don't only shape our world, but sometimes they color it too. Through forces like erosion, weathering through the ages, and..
Ignite That Thanksgiving Spirit With These Classic Turkey Day Movies
After a feast of delicious turkey dinner and all the pumpkin pie, your belly can handle, it's time time to curl up on the couch with your loved ones, and enjoy a little..
Here’s a Fun Look at Clumsy Home Technology During The ’80s
Smart home technology is great but it's not entirely there. We still have some way to go until it reaches total efficiency, but one thing is certain, it's nowhere near to how..