This Week in the Future, July 9-13, 2012
The person in this week’s Baarbarian illustration is facing a triple threat: dodging landmines with that phone, the moon waiting … Continued
The person in this week’s Baarbarian illustration is facing a triple threat: dodging landmines with that phone, the moon waiting to strike, and the corn field that’s prime territory for an alien attack, Signs-style.
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- In Simulation, Moon Dust Found to Be Toxic to Humans
- Strategies for a Changing Planet: Farming
- FYI: Will Climate Change Make it Too Hot Again?
- At the Imagine Cup 2012: A Real-Life Minesweeper App That Detects Buried Landmines
And don’t forget to check out our other favorite stories of the week:
- FYI: Will Climate Change Make the Weather Too Extreme?
- Kicking Off the 2012 Microsoft Imagine Cup With Student-Made Kinect Projects
- Strategies For a Changing Planet
- FYI: How Can I Protect My Cell Phone Data Records From Law Enforcement Subpoenas?
- Google Nexus 7 Tablet Review: Best of a Weird Breed
- A Stringless Guitar Simulator That Anyone Can Play
- The Most Amazing Images Of The Week, July 9-13, 2012