The Navy isn't asking for much: they just want to be able to predict where bombs will be as to avoid, you know, getting blown up by them. Is that so much to ask? They're looking for out-of-the-box thinking and new technologies to help in their quest, and they've got a big ol' barrel of grant money to hand out to anyone with a halfway feasible idea. It should lead to some pretty interesting technologies, hopefully ones that'll make people safer. I'm really hoping they like my proposal to replace the terrorists' bomb-making supplies with delicious candy. I'll keep you guys updated! [Danger Room]
Navy Looking Into Bomb-Predicting Technology
Trending Stories Right Now
The Antarctic is no stranger to weird sounds, from ancient trapped air bubbles popping to entire ice sheets disintegrating. Now we can add another freaky track to the ouevre of icy masterpieces.
If you’re a dog person who has suspected that your four-legged friend may know exactly what you mean when you use certain words or phrases—for example “toy,” or “car,” or maybe even “who’s the good boy?” (he is) — you may be correct.