This Week in the Future, November 28-December 2, 2011
The lesson behind this week’s This Week in the Future illustration: when you’re stoned and driving an amphibious boat-tank, always...
The lesson behind this week’s This Week in the Future illustration: when you’re stoned and driving an amphibious boat-tank, always stop at the red light. Just because you can’t see the crabs crossing the beach doesn’t mean they’re not there. They might be transparent.
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- Medical Marijuana Laws Shown to Reduce Traffic Fatalities
- Japanese Scientists Make A Crab Transparent
- The Iguana 29: A Speed Boat That Morphs Into a Tank-Tracked Beach Lander
And don’t forget to check out our other favorite stories of the week:
- The Most Amazing Images of the Week, November 28-December 2, 2011
- Controversial Tracker CarrierIQ Found on iPhone (in Limited Form)
- Yugoslavian Crazyscience Magazine Galaksija Shows the 1970s Balkan Vision of the Future
- Testing the Best: The Wacom Inkling Turns Paper Into a Digital Sketchpad
- Driven: The All-New 2012 Porsche 911
- Should a New Recipe for Engineered Bird Flu, Potent Enough to Kill Millions, Be Published?
- PopSci Q&A: Making Gadgets Great