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Science

Turning White Bread into Heat Resistant Carbon Foam

July 22, 2016High-density carbon foam is what was used to cover the exterior of the space shuttle, and it turns out you can make it from wonder bread. This ultra-sugary white bread is known to be incredibly soft, and unfortunately very sugary. When it is super heated, it can be turned into a heat-resistant and electrically impervious strong resistive material.
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Design

Artist Creates Adorable Characters with Chalk on the Street

August 31, 2016David Zinn is a street artist who primarily works with chalk. His temporary street art is all original, and washes off with the slightest of rain, like most chalk drawings. As his artistic premise, he likes sneaking art into our everyday surroundings, through creating imaginary 3D looking creatures in obvious or unexpected places.
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Energy & Environment

Scotland is Entirely Coal Free for the First Time Ever

March 25, 2016The drive for countries to reduce their dependence on coal power and convert to sustainable green energy has been growing stronger in the past years. Up until recently, Scotland had one operating coal fire plant, the Longannet power station, which picked up the slack from the largely wind farm driven Scottish energy industry.
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Innovation

$200k Reward for Anyone who Proves Microsoft Ripped off MS-DOS Source Code

August 16, 2016 Image Source: Microsoft Consultant Bob Zeiderman claims Microsoft stole the first versions of MS-DOS for the IBM PC, leaving a $200,000 for anyone who can prove the DOS was stolen.Previously, in 2012, Zeidmen laid allegations against Microsoft that the code was stolen. However, after using forensic software tools Zeiderman did not discover any evidence suggesting the code was stolen.
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Design

Pedal-Powered Roller Coaster Will Send Your Heart Racing

June 14, 2016 Image Source: Flickr If you are a thrill seeker, then you are going to love this pedal-powered roller coaster that sits above a dense forest in Okayama City, Japan. As you pedal yourself around the precarious track, there aren& 39;t any safety measures other than a dinky little seatbelt.
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