What is the world’s busiest airport?
If you’re thinking it’s somewhere in China or Europe, you’d be wrong. Located in the United States, this airport may not seem like a hot destination, but it’s a major connecting hub for flights across the globe. Even outperforming China’s capital airport, you’ll never guess how many passengers arrive and leave here annually.
The proper way to eat sushi
If you think you know everything about the correct way to eat food, think again. One of the food categories that is actually notorious for being eaten incorrectly is sushi. If you think it is a matter of eating it with a fork vs. chopsticks, that’s not exactly right. Japanese Chef Nobu Matsuhisa shows you the correct way to eat sushi.
What would life be like without Facebook?
Kim Komando and Andrew Babinski have a little fun in the studio showing what life would be like without Facebook. Could we share and connect with other people in the same ways we do on Facebook? Sharing pictures, sending messages, even sharing what we have for lunch today, Andrew and Kim discuss this topic in a way that will make you think and laugh. Is this what life would be like without Facebook?
SECRET WAY iPhone screens are fixed
If you have ever owned an iPhone, chances are you know the feeling of a broken screen. Maybe it was just a hairline fracture, or maybe there were spider web cracks all over the front side. If you decided to get it fixed, it had to be taken to the Apple store, and up until now, getting a screen fixed was a process clouded in mystery.
This 5-layer brownie cheesecake will make your mou
If you are looking for a delicious cheat food, you need not go further. For the chocolate cookie lover with a sweet tooth, this five-layer brownie cheesecake, with Oreos, brownie, and chocolate chip cookies, is a delicious treat that isn’t difficult to make.
Elon Musk’s high-speed hyperloop
What if you could skip the traffic jam and get to work or school without worrying about commute time? What if you could go 700 mph in a pod to get where you need to go? That idea may not just be a fantasy of the future, as Elon Musk recently tweeted about his plans for a hyperloop, with speed tests coming soon.
This boy built a prosthetic arm with Legos
Self-named “Hand Solo,” 18-year-old David Aguilar was born with his right arm not fully developed. But that didn’t stop him from having a lifetime passion for Legos. At the age of 9, he built his first prosthetic arm with Legos, but it didn’t work that well. Nine years later, he tried again.
These noodles are actually shaved ice
This may look like a new trend, but it’s been popular in South Korea for a while. Not only does this shaved ice look like noodles, but how you eat it is half the fun! This sweet meal comes in many flavors, with different toppings, and will leave you wanting more.
Why American schools last so long
If you can remember back to high school, waking up before the sun rises and going to class until right before dinner made the days long and boring. Either students are falling asleep in class, or their attention starts to waver later in the day. But America has one of the highest number of hours children spend in schools, even though they aren’t the highest performing students.
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The newest pet technology reviewed by a dog
If you’ve got a pet dog, you might have run into trouble leaving for work or school and leaving the dog at home. Now, there’s an app for that. And a remote treat dispenser (or a few). But how do they all hold up against the honest reviews of none other than a dog?
Why public benches are uncomfortable
Have you ever been traveling and just needed to sit down for a bit? So you went to the closest bench, and suddenly found that even though you could sit down, it wasn’t really that comfortable? Or even if you’ve been to New York and rode the subway, you may have noticed “leaning bars” instead of benches.
The first flexible smartphone is here
If the hype about flagship smartphones being flexible is something you want to see, then this new smartphone is for you. Its flexibility allows it to mimic real physical sensations that are lost on other smartphones. While you can’t buy it just yet, this phone may be the spark of a new generation of flexible smartphones.
Ted Cruz holds Mark Zuckerberg accountable for Fac
In the Facebook hearings on Capitol Hill, Ted Cruz took Mark Zuckerberg to task, holding him accountable for the questionable business practices of Facebook and potential political bias that seems to be permeating the social network. Video courtesy of C-SPAN.
All the video games referenced in “Ready Player
If you’ve seen the recent box office hit “Ready Player One,” you probably caught a few references to other movies, TV shows, and video games in the futuristic VR world. From classic 1980’s games, to some released less than two years ago, there is a large sea of video games in “Ready Player One.”
Airless tires for the future
Have you ever been driving smoothly, then suddenly hit a sharp object on the road and now you’ve got to deal with changing a flat tire? Or maybe you just want a more durable and environmentally friendly tire that won’t leave rubber debris in landfills when its time is up. The future of airless tires may be here sooner than you think!
Mochi doughnut trend in Hawaii
You’ve heard of doughnuts, but have you heard of mochi doughnuts? A take off of the popular mochi pastries from Japan, one bakery in Hawaii is taking that taste to America. With 12 different flavors and a unique texture, these mochi doughnuts are a must-try if you have a chance!
The secret to better sleep
On average, adults lose about 11 days of productivity a year to bad sleep habits. We all know we need about 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night to function, but it’s not just the hours that matter. Quality sleep will make sure you fall asleep faster and feel more refreshed when you wake up.
10 Disney Pixar Easter eggs you didn’t notice
If there’s any film company that’s known for their little Easter eggs, it’s Pixar. In case you haven’t heard that term before, Easter eggs are those hidden messages or intentional inside jokes that appear in movies. Whether it’s the pizza planet truck or the hidden nods to their other films, you can bet a Pixar movie will have an Easter egg in it.
Why caviar is so expensive
One of the most expensive foods in the world, caviar, can sell for up to $35,000 per kilogram. But it didn’t used to be so expensive. In fact, caviar used to be available for free in some places. Like champagne, however, not just any fish eggs can be called “caviar,” and the fish that do produce them might soon disappear.
How some fast food restaurants cheat their custome
When going out to eat, it would be nice to be able to trust what is on the menu as what food you get, but sometimes that isn’t always the case. For many fast food restaurants, the aim is to save money and be fast, goals that don’t always align with giving customers the food and satisfaction they expect. In some ways, companies intentionally cheat their customers out of food or other information.
DAZZLE ship camouflage in WWI saved lives
It’s hard to camouflage something in the open ocean. Even harder when it is a huge military ship. But that didn’t stop people during WWI from trying. This led to a unique style of painting ships, so instead of purely camouflage, they dazzled the enemy, making it more difficult for them to determine the direction and speed of the ships.
Different ways to test your intelligence
The IQ test is a famous determinant of someone's intelligence, but for many people it doesn’t cover everything. In fact, there are many different types of intelligence, and many activities require the use of more than one, so they are very difficult to measure independently.
How spring looks around the world
Spring may seem fleeting, and oftentimes it’s difficult to take the time out of the day and appreciate all the beauty happening around you. In these northern countries, some of the most beautiful springs in the world occur. No need to travel the world to see them, here they are all at once.
What happens when a bowling ball hits a trampoline
For those times when you want to do something destructive and dangerous, but don’t want to deal with the repercussions yourself, there are always people who will go out and test the wild ideas and post them online. This time it’s what will happen when a bowling ball dropped from 45 meters hits a trampoline.
Why “Jurassic World” is out of date
When “Jurassic Park” first came out, it astounded audiences as dinosaurs were brought to life in such a realistic way. However, paleontology hasn’t stopped since the movie. New discoveries have been made contesting what we think many looked like. For instance, there is a lot of data showing that many dinosaurs had feathers of some sort. By the time “Jurassic World” was released, it seemed dinosaurs were not depicted accurately.
How the animated movie “Isle of Dogs” was made
Wes Anderson’s new animated film, “Isle of Dogs” is out in theaters now, and it isn’t your run-of-the-mill animated feature. With over 1,000 puppets that have been brought to life, the process and effort behind manipulating them all individually to create a feature-length film is daunting. But this film creator was up to the task.
This awesome paint conducts electricity
You may have heard of paint that can act as a blackboard, but this paint goes even further in technological innovation. With carbon particles inside the liquid, the paint is able to work as an electrical conductor, meaning it can be used for things such as light switches that don’t need to be flipped, or even be attached to computers as a sensor.
Is chocolate really healthy for you?
Maybe you’ve seen the article, or read about some of the many health benefits of chocolate, but how true are these claims? Not all chocolate is created equal, and the health benefits and deficits are also different across milk and dark chocolate. In reality, many of the studies are being misinterpreted.
These chocolate eggs are works of art you can eat!
Easter is upon us, and one of the must-have desserts is chocolate eggs. But these eggs are no ordinary sweets! These carefully made chocolate eggs are handcrafted with a beautifully painted exterior, and a surprise on the inside! No two eggs look the same, but they all taste great!
Can you solve this egg riddle?
It’s a test of wits and a bit of surprising math in this video. A logical thief is looking to steal a Fabergé egg from a 100-story building by dropping it from the floor it resides to her truck below. But she must use a little logic and math to determine which one is the most viable choice.
What will we look like in 1,000 years?
How have humans evolved in the past? We have generally gotten taller, but in the next 1,000 years that’s the least of what will change. With so many advances in technology, our bodies may soon be combined with bionic parts to make us see, hear, and live in a higher existence. But the innovations will not just stop at the cosmetic level.
Why is India’s air like poison?
If you think that pollution is bad in America, across the globe in India the air is thousands of times worse. With a population of 21.7 million, New Delhi’s air toxicity problem is a visible threat that worsens every year. And it isn’t just outside; private homes also have pollution levels that are much higher than what is considered safe.
The most densely populated island on earth
Just a few of hours off the coast of Columbia is a tiny island not much larger than a couple of soccer fields. The island’s population is slightly over 1,200 people. Despite the limited surface area on the island, this community has shopping, schools and a restaurant!