There's nothing more fascinating or TV special-worthy than twins separated at birth. Whether they're reunited at 15 or 50 it's safe to say that there'll be some eerily similar food preferences and a whole lot of crying. But what about two chemically identical grains of silica that haven't seen each other for more than…
Don't ask me what voodoo they used but scientists have created dry water. Well, they originally invented it back in 1968 but they've recently re-discovered it and this time, found an actual use for it.
Why didn't we think of this? As you all know, wet is bad for gadgets. A good way to avoid problems? Instead of bagging electronics bare with the threats of humidity and condensation, load them with a silica packet instead. No packets? Check your wife's closet...there are shoeboxes, trust us. (Ladies, you already know.)