Turning a cube into a rotating multi-colored puzzle isn’t terribly difficult. Ernő Rubik did it back in 1974 without the need for a computer. For other shapes, though, like a complicated 3D bunny, you need to figure out the perfect way to slice it up so that every sub-section can rotate freely. But thankfully there’s…
With all the cool events going on at Gizmodo Gallery this year, we wanted to make sure your had a place to plop your butt down and rest your barking dogs. Enter the Polymorphic Bench.
There was once a time when you actually had to leave your home to get a prostitute. And what a long, seedy walk to the docks or brothel or alley behind Denny's it was. Now? Facebook does it for you!
George Castro claims he doesn't know how $4.5 million of Columbia University's money wound up in his bank account, but an investigation is showing that he may have funneled the funds there with a simple little accounting tweak.
Some scientists are claiming that the Sichuan Earthquake, which killed over 70,000 people, might have been caused by a 511ft-high dam constructed just 550 yards from the fault line.
The scientific community has been praising graphene as some sort of miracle material for years now-even going so far as to say that it could eventually replace silicon. Well, graphene can now add another statistic to its impressive resume now that researchers have confirmed it as the strongest material ever tested.