To the unavoidable drone of stadium horns, robots greet each other on a very moist moon. Welcome to the future.
This week in the future on PopSci:
- Simple Software Can Filter Out That Vuvuzela Whine From World Cup Broadcasts
- Evidence Shows the Moon May Hold 100 Times More Water Than Previously Thought
- Israeli Researchers To Host First International Robotic Handshaking Competition
- Video: Scientists Watch Grass Grow, at the Cellular Scale
Leave a comment (any comment) to put your name in the pile; we'll randomly choose and announce our winner right here. And, if you just can't wait that long, you can buy the shirt for yourself here. Good luck!
Until next time, enjoy our past weekly illustrated roundups here.
the moon is sweating!
That would make a sick T shirt!
I agree with Stubabe
I thought the moon was made out of cheese...although water seems more useful! Put my name on the shirtless list!
Count me in!
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Is it too late to win?
HOLY SHIRT I WANT THAT!!!!
Very nice design. I would like to have it.
“Yes, my good man, I’ll have the milk steak, boiled over hard, and your finest jelly beans ... raw.” -Charlie Kelly
slothbeast, you crack us up. So it's a good thing we finally pulled your name from the hat and can thus send you a This Week in the Future t-shirt. Hooray!
Keep playing people. Shirts comin' at ya.