Ever wanted to travel on the road in a nice RV and happen to have a few million dollars of disposable income?
Well, eager rich RV shopper, here is the vehicle for you! It is called the eleMMent PALAZZO, brought to you by Marchi Mobile.
To justify its substantial price tag, the futuristic looking device boasts all sorts of things that regular family vacation RVs can only hope of having. more >>
A staple of the on-the-go American diet, vending machines have long been a source of candy bars, sodas, snacks, and the occasional sandwich.
But how about a vending machine that gives out freshly-made pizza in under three minutes? You think it impossible? Think again!
W. Andrew Powell uploaded a video to YouTube that came from a 2012 vacation to Italy with his wife wherein the couple found such an amazing machine. more >>
A team of scientists have announced that they may be getting close to finally locating the elusive "Hillary Clinton Accomplishment" particle.
Researchers from the Whitewater Institute of Ethics held a press conference Monday in which they stated they were close to locating the mysterious microscopic substance.
"After months and months of research and data collecting, our team believes it is that much closer to finding the HCAP," explained one scientist. more >>
Call it the wave of the future, call it the future new normal. Call it what you will, but the folks at Amazon have recently showcased their intention to use drones to deliver things fast.
In a video uploaded by Amazon onto YouTube on Nov. 29, the wildly successful business described its planned drone army that can quickly deliver packages anywhere in the nation.
Narrated by distinguished British journalist Jeremy Clarkson, the video lays out a hypothetical scenario for a need to have a fast delivery made to one's home. more >>
One of the most acclaimed novels of all time, "Anna Karenina" by Leo Tolstoy, deals with the all-too-human failure of infidelity.
Tolstoy painstakingly draws out the circumstances and consequences of his characters' failings. And he delves into the interior life of his doomed protagonist. For instance, Tolstoy tells us that the more Anna grew disenchanted with her husband, the larger his ears looked to her.
As it turns out, Tolstoy needn't have bothered with all this detail. All he needed to do was to wait for science to reduce the conundrum of infidelity to a simple acronym: DNA. more >>
The Creation Museum's Ken Ham has accused Google of promoting what he called the "atheistic religion of naturalism" with its front page illustration of evolution on Tuesday.
Google's drawing, or Doodle, featured an illustration of "Lucy," an Australopithecus specimen considered by scientists to be an early human ancestor.
"Google Doodle highlights where our culture is headed. Our supposed evolutionary ancestry is increasingly being celebrated — but it's nothing more than a major tenet of the religion of naturalism," Ham wrote on his Answers in Genesis blog in response. more >>