The following post contains major spoilers for Friday’s episode of The Blacklist. (Need to catch up? Read our previous Blacklist recap here.) It seems Raymond Reddington should have watched The Shawshank Redemption once more before attempting his own jailbreak. Though “failure” is not a word often used to describe Red’s schemes, his attempt at escaping from […]
Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Photo The nation’s capital is facing a spiraling rat infestation, fueled by mild winters and a human population boom. Washington’s government is struggling to keep pace, with the pest control department fielding a record number of calls. The pest control company Orkin ranks Washington as America’s fourth “Rattiest City,” up one spot […]
Brian Snyder/Reuters Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 4, 2018. At 2:00 a.m. that morning, most phones and computers will automatically shift an hour back, and we’ll get an extra hour of sleep. The interruption to our internal clocks is a welcome reprieve each fall, but in the spring it literally kills people: incidents […]
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There’s so much bad technology in the world that Japan even has a beautiful word for pointless gadgets: “chindogu.” There’s another splendid Japanese term, one that companies are apparently holding training sessions on how to combat: “sumeru harasumento,” or in English, “smell harassment.” To help keep offensively stinky people in check, Tanita is releasing a […]
In futuristic short sci-fi film ‘Reality+,’ an AR-like technology brings out the best—and worst—in people. https://media.wired.com/photos/5b318b4a44e4d409e20d9577/master/pass/realityplus.jpg
There’s possible good news if you’re counting calories: Research from the University of British Columbia suggests calories from sugar can be lost during the baking process, so what’s shown on a food label may not reflect the calories consumed.
Thomas Mukoya/Reuters A split has appeared in Kenya’s Rift Valley following heavy rain and earth tremors. This is caused by the fragmentation of the African plate. Two plates that were formerly part of the African plate are moving away from each other at the relatively slow rate of 1.9 — 6.9 millimetres per year. However, […]
Researchers at the University of Calgary say they have developed a portable brain-imaging system that would literally shed light on concussions.
Defiant Drive: Taking a Spin, Almost Literally, in Prestone’s 1036-HP, Hellcat-Powered ’72 AMC Javelin AMX