The Argentine sub San Juan vanished in 2017 and its wreckage was found only months later, but from the search mission's outset rescuers suspected what had happened. The sound of an implosion—"a singular, anomalous, violent, non-nuclear event"—was picked up hours after the vessel's last transmission. If you are horrified by the idea of a huge metal can being suddenly crushed by water pressure, this computer simulation of the San Juan's demise may well rationalize and deepen your conviction never to set foot on a sub.
Scientists have finally determined what makes your pee yellow! The discovery of bilirubin reductase, a by-product of some bacteria responsible for gut health, is the answer to the age old… READ THE REST
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation offers this delightfully pedantic critique of US newscasters calling California's big waves "rogue." The waves were very big last week in California. Some waves were so… READ THE REST
Lake Superior State University considered over 2000 words to ban. Ten made their 2024 Banished Words List. Here's a quick "hack" to find out what words made the 2024 Banished… READ THE REST
TL;DR: Revamp your digital world with this incredible lifetime license to Microsoft Windows 11 Pro, with its seamless interface and top-notch security, for only $29.97 (Reg. $199) until 11:59 PM on 1/07.… READ THE REST
TL;DR: Save over $350 on a refurbished Apple iPad Pro 10.5" 256GB, plus a free accessories bundle, with this sweet deal on sale for just $315.99 right now. Tech fans, it's time… READ THE REST
TL;DR: The perfect last-minute holiday gift for an aspiring rocker, the 2024 Guitar Lessons Training Bundle is only $15.97 (Reg. $480) until 11:59 PM on 12/25. It's really never too late to make… READ THE REST