Just because you can do a thing, doesn't mean you should. This rule especially holds true where the removal of radiation safeguards are involved.
On November 9, 1970, a 14 meter-long, 7,300 kg sperm whale washed up on the central Oregon coast. The Oregon Highway Division had the bright idea of exploding the whale using 450 kg of dynamite. The thinking was that the whale bits would then be small enough that animals would handle the clean-up. Above is… READ THE REST
I'm not sure if this is a genius plan for keeping the lights on at an otherwise vacant theme park during this time of plague or a fresh low point in the long timeline of work ruining damn near everything. Yomiuriland, located just outside of Tokyo, has opened its doors, in a very limited capacity,… READ THE REST
Talk about being irresponsible, Sunset posted an article that suggests serving a "THC-laced turkey gravy" as a way to avoid, or smooth over, uncomfortable conversations with your family at the Thanksgiving table. READ THE REST
Shopping for quality audio earbuds and headphones on a budget is frustrating, to say the least. With so many brands and models out there, it's tough to know which ones are worth your time and money. So before the holiday hype gets put into overdrive, we pulled together a few dozen quality wireless earbuds and… READ THE REST
Calling all caffeine addicts! There's no reason to pin all your hopes on Black Friday for your new coffee gadget fix. As part of the Boing Boing Store's Pre-Black Friday Sale, you can score a great deal right now on one of more than a dozen different coffee and espresso makers by top brands. With… READ THE REST
There used to be a name for people who carried around equipment that could handle almost anything at a moment's notice: Boy Scouts. Now, we're all carrying everyday essentials that will hopefully help us MacGuyver our way out of any sticky situation. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the fight against COVID. KeySmart has… READ THE REST