We all know that the sun is a powerful star at the centre of our solar system.
It’s solar rays provide and take life. But can it really burn, in an instant, any known substance on Earth?
Yes, according to the Solar Furnace Research Facility in Southern France. And the video seems to prove it.
Just think of the practical applications of such technology!
Can it get any better?
The entire Star Wars collection of books (that's over 100 titles, plus new releases) are to be released as eBooks that will be available on the ...
The boffins at Swinburne University of Technology in Victoria, Australia have designed and built a robot that can solve a Rubik's Cube in just over 10 seconds! The current record, ...
Ever wondered what all those aircraft in our skies look like? The time lapse video shows a 24 hour depiction created by the Institute for Applied Information Technology at the ...
The Japanese believe they can develop a ground effect train; such a train would float on a cushion of air as it hurtles you to your destination.
The video shows the ...
On the back of their successes with Earth and Oceans, DisneyNature has just released their trailer for Chimpanzees, which is due for general release on Earth Day 2012.
Yes, they're cute ...
Global Air Traffic Time Lapse
- Star Wars Meets Kindle
- Ruby Rubik’s Cube Robot
- Global Air Traffic Time Lapse
- Ground Effect Train
- Chimpanzees, The Movie