Specifically, the sixth sense invention and the body armor are amazing.
OT: It is officially the future
that is crazy...
Roll out tie dispenser.
A time machine? Great Scott!!
It's not "the future" yet until we can hydrate pizzas like they did in Back To The Future II.
Once we have that going, then -- and only then -- will it be the future.
wow. Just wow...
#10) Notre Dame finally achieved the "Return to Glory" on the 73rd try...
Those contact lenses would've been really freakin handy whenever my diabetic roommate was drunk and forgot to check her blood sugar. Fun times...
This is old footage of LM MKV from approx year 1999.
has bogged this site down. It's not loading for me.
Behold the power of the MGoBoard.
the teleporter is really cool but I am unbelievably excited about the sixth sense. It might be one of the coolest things I ever seen/heard about.
Click on the m.go.licious "don't click here" link. Best ever.
The end of the first article on teleportation is this sentence: "Small things and nonliving objects have been successfully teleported with the device (via National Geographic.)"
This clearly gives the impression that tangible, physical objects that we can see have been "teleported," but in truth that's either intentional misrepresentation or evidence of reading comprehension a fourth grader would be embarrassed by. If you actually go to the National Geographic link they provide and read the article, you'll find out that the only thing "teleported" is a photon. Calling a photon a "small thing and a nonliving object" is like describing the surface of the sun as "warm and devoid of water." Both are technically true but essentially meaningless in terms of conveying their essential qualities.
Interesting, but I wonder how economically feasible some of these are. We have the technological capability to fly from New York to Paris in four hours (via the Concorde), but no one does it because it costs too much. Likewise, the Segway scooter hasn't really revolutionized city travel as advertised, because it's too bulky and expensive (not to mention dorky). We'll see with these.