Black holes are weird. Really weird. You just won’t believe how vastly hugely mindbogglingly weird they are. Not convinced? Try this one: Certain black holes are so weird they might actually obliterate your past if you journey into one.
A Slender Man movie is on the way, and reception is pretty lukewarm, to say the least. Hey, let’s check out the synopsis:
INTERSTELLAR COMMUNICATION. IX. MESSAGE DECONTAMINATION IS IMPOSSIBLE You see that on your console, you start to worry.
There’s a very special atom in this photograph, and it’s visible to the naked eye.
While my prediction last week that thousands of eagles would annihilate the Super Bowl shockingly didn’t come to pass, there is something just as Hitchcockian going on down in Texas right now.
“This is not sci-fi imagination or an extreme sport for the fearless.” So reads the opening of the above video, in which we see the Ehang 184 Autonomous Aerial Vehicle in action. It’s essentially a big drone designed to carry human passengers, reportedly the first in the world.
Elon Musk launched a car into space the other day.
You may have noticed the deluge of articles recently claiming that a magnetic pole shift is imminent and we’re all about to get blasted back to the stone age. Are the reports true? Should you prepare for the worst, restock your canned peas?
Super Bowl LII is upon us, and the alleged mystery bettor who never loses has chosen his team: The Philadelphia Eagles.
Here we have El Ojo, the Eye of the Earth. Located northwest of Buenos Aires, Argentina, this strange circular island rests just inside what appears to be an almost perfectly round body of water.