Want to win this cruisin' Baarbarian illustration on a T-shirt? It's easy! The rules: Follow us on Twitter (we're @PopSci) and retweet our This Week in the Future tweet. One of those lucky retweeters will be chosen to receive a custom T-shirt with this week's Baarbarian illustration on it, thus making the winner the envy of friends, coworkers and everyone else with eyes. (Those who would rather not leave things to chance and just pony up some cash for the T-shirt can do that here.) The stories pictured herein:
- Great Apes Might Experience Mid-Life Crises Just Like Humans
- Grand Award Winner: Tesla Model S
- FYI: Can You Make An Authentic Twinkie At Home?
And don't forget to check out our other favorite stories of the week:
- How Israel's 'Iron Dome' Knocks Almost Every Incoming Missile Out Of The Sky
- Are People Getting Dumber? One Geneticist Thinks So
- The Deep-Space Suit
- Nintendo Wii U Review: Sounds Gimmicky, But Makes Good Games More Good
- BeerSci: How To Drink Your Thanksgiving Meal
- FYI: How Much Weight Can You Gain From Thanksgiving Dinner?
- What 'Earth-Shaking' Evidence Did The Mars Rover Curiosity Just Find?
- 7 Tiny Gifts For The Undersized (But Not Underloved) Person In Your Life
- Could A Sonic Weapon Make Your Head Explode?
- How Not To Deep-Fry A Turkey
Time with the families? Pfft, don't kid yourselves. You're going to spend your days in line outside Target like the rest of the United States of Consumerism.
my roomate's half-sister makes $82 hourly on the internet. She has been without work for six months but last month her income was $14632 just working on the internet for a few hours. Here's the site to read more...== BIT40,COM ==
Its that time of year again, when people celebrate false history and other things they have limited understanding of.
But hey, at least its good for the economy.
Happy Whateveryoucelebrate to everyone!
Often I have observed others and perhaps I am guilty of this too, people tend to rewrite history as they look back on their past and they often believe this new version of history.
People are kind of a little crazy huh, lol! ;)
"Time with the families? Pfft, don't kid yourselves. You're going to spend your days in line outside Target like the rest of the United States of Consumerism."
Nope not me. Those people are crazy. No item is worth all that hassle. The people who camp outside of the store overnight are also nuts. Stores shouldn't even be open on Thanksgiving; it's a shame. The only way I'd get out at 3 am and wait hours upon hours on a line to buy something is if someone was giving a $15,000 discount on a new car I wanted to buy. Many of these sales aren't even very good. You can get the same stuff all year around for the same prices....but yeah those people are nuts.
How in the world did the Mayan’s know we lose our Twinkies????
This is so bizarre………… woe-a!