A group of people in Taiwan created these pretty popsicles using water from sewage of 100 different locations. The popsicles contain delicious morsels such as cigarette chunks, slivers of fishing net, discarded wood and paper, and raw snail eggs. No, these crafty folks aren't trying to kill anyone – they are Taiwanese art students raising awareness of water pollution.
I spent the first two weeks of my quarantine shitting in a portapotty in the parking lot of my building. It wasn't great — but hey, at least it was always stocked with hand sanitizer. The contractors I'd hired to renovate my bathroom were not so good on timeliness or communication before the pandemic started. And… READ THE REST
Scientists say that traces of SARS-CoV-2 genetic material — viral RNA — in the poo we flush down the toilet and into the sewage system might reveal how badly coronavirus has hit a given community. Analyzing sewage could show the true scale of an outbreak, in the absence of available testing, they say. READ THE REST
Fact: The only thing that smells worse than your poop is tons of other people's poop. If you don't believe me, take a road trip to the town of Parrish, Alabama. They'll back me up on this one: According to the Associated Press, the citizens of Parrish were forced to endure the stench pouring off… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. As you've probably realized by now, what you learned back in school hasn't necessarily come in handy in your adult life — we're looking at you, geometry. And while there are… READ THE REST
Hackers and Internet thieves are everywhere these days, and the threat of your systems and devices being breached means that keeping your PC safe these days isn't really an option. Going offline is also a rarity, and being connected to the world wide web only subjects you more to the digital pirates looking to steal… READ THE REST