Traffic jams are an everyday occurrence especially if you live somewhere decently populated. Sometimes, even though traffic is constantly moving, the speed slows to a crawl out of nowhere. This is especially true when you hit a stoplight and even though it’s a local road during non-rush hour, somehow, there’s a backup of cars for […]Read More Why You’re Always in Traffic Jams and The Solution
Just a little “the more you know” kind of video.Read More The Royalty of All Measurements
Besides the unoriginal title of this game, I think this little creation of mine is quite decent. There is a problem with the timer compounding every time the game is restarted without the countdown first reaching zero (and a problem which I was too lazy to fix) but otherwise, this simple program is able to […]Read More Maze Runner: I Made a Game!
Trigger Warning: There are pictures in this article that may be upsetting to some. Viewer discretion is advised. ‘Ello! This is the start of a new series that deal with mysterious diseases and unusual pathogens. The first of this showcase is the prion, a silent, mysterious and nigh-invulnerable killer with a 100% mortality rate. Let’s start […]Read More A Mysterious Killer: The Prion
Today, we’re talking about sound and the reality of things. You may have noticed that I’m super into quantum mechanics and I’m continuing the exploration of the quirky side of reality in this article so buckle up and prepare to have your mind blown. First off, what is sound? It is vibration. It is […]Read More Sound: The Secret Nature of Reality
One is a magic number. It is probably the first number we learn and in learning it, it opens up a whole new world. However, there is more to one than just the first number we use to count. It is the beginning of everything and it denotes individualism and uniqueness. One is one step […]Read More The Power of One and How to Make Wormholes
Sadly for Hamlet, the answer isn’t so simple. The question is what does it even mean to be? Now, this isn’t supposed to be a philosophical post–in fact, it’s a scientific one. Heck, why can’t it be both at the same time? Let’s start off with the famous tree-in-the-forest. If a tree falls in the forest and […]Read More To Be or Not to Be… Is It?
Using fewer plastics and iron than a traditional computer, the creators of Atmo computers hope to cut back on ecologic strain caused by mining and processing raw materials. The compact design of each of their devices means that their computers take up less space than your average computer. Plus, it comes with a plant that flourishes on […]Read More Weekly Inventions: Atmo