Tyrannosaurus rex is known for being huge and threatening. What's with those tiny arms though? Don't call them useless.
14 years ago in 2006, a group of ranchers in the Hell Creek Formation of Montana made a monumental fossil find: the largely-complete remains of a triceratops, who died right nearby the bones of a T. Rex, presumably in battle. But this is America. So, as National Geographic explains: In the U.S., fossils found on… READ THE REST
Circle o' life? Let your chickens cosplay their dinosauric roots with these 3D-printable T-Rex/chicken arms. You can 3D print your own T-Rex/chicken arms at this Thingiverse page. [H/t Jay Townsend] Image: Twitter screengrab READ THE REST
This is Stan, one of the most complete T. rex fossils ever excavated. And now, it can be yours! This 67-million-year-old beast, measuring 37' x 13' x 6', will be on the auction block at Christie's on October 6. It's expected to sell for as much as $8 million. The last comparable sale was in… READ THE REST
When you're working from home, there are two fantastic reasons for picking up a quality pair of over-ear headphones. First, they can help you focus in on your work, like listening or communicating intently during a video conference. Second, they can be a great barrier against the rest of the world, blocking out the pets,… READ THE REST
If you haven't already done a DNA test to find out about all the hidden nooks and crannies inside you (or your dog) that make you you, then you've certainly at least considered it. With just some spit in a tube, each of us can unlock all kinds of hidden information stashed away inside our… READ THE REST
If you'd told people 20 years ago that they would soon be able to buy a device that could control their home electronics, appliances, security, and even play their favorite songs or read them headlines, all through the power of their voice, they'd have been eager to get their hands on it. But while everybody… READ THE REST