What's This Weird "Tool" Just Unearthed in a Time Capsule From 1927?

As promised, that church in Jonesboro, Arkansas opened their mysterious 1920s time capsule this past Sunday. There were some of the usual suspects inside: some coins, some old newspapers... and some weird doublefork thing that has no explanation. » 8/20/13 10:23am 8/20/13 10:23am

NASA Engineer Explains—Yet Again—Why the World Isn't Ending

2012 is shaping up to be an action-packed year for the Earth—it's scheduled to end on no less than three separate occasions! If the the black hole and supernova don't obliterate us, the mystical Mayan catastrophe surely will, right? Let's ask NASA. » 3/09/12 1:00am 3/09/12 1:00am

Green, Renewable Microgrids Protect Our Tech From EMPs, Boogeymen

Their press release reads like a speech from the 2004 GOP presidential convention, but Instant Access Networks still has some pretty cool tech up their sleeves when it comes to protecting our technology from electromagnetic pulses (EMPs). Citing one megaton nuclear bombs over Kansas and rogue terrorist states, IAN says … » 10/12/08 1:00pm 10/12/08 1:00pm