This Week In The Future: Frozen Camel Cravings Are Off The Hook
In the future, everyone gets a Ferrari!
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- There Used To Be Freaking Camels In The Arctic
- Meet The Newest, Most Absurd Supercars From Lamborghini And Ferrari
- “Keep Calm And Rape,” Plus 5 More Awful/Offensive/Hilarious Algorithm-Created Shirts
- Will Science Let Pregnant Women Do ANYTHING?
And don’t forget to check out our other favorite stories of the week:
- 5 Things You Should Know About The Baby Cured Of HIV
- How This Tiny Plastic Box Could Help Humans Inhabit Other Planets [Video]
- FYI: How Do You Keep A Dead Political Leader Fresh For Public Viewing?
- Flying Robots 101: Everything You Need To Know About Drones
- 10 Of The Best Nature Photographs Of the Year
- How Football Hits Could Lead To An Immune Attack On The Brain
- This Bird Has Spent Nearly 20 Years Waiting For Endangered Species Protection
- DJI Phantom RC Quadrotor UAS Review: A Powerful Personal Drone That Knows Its Place
- 3-D Reconstruction Of Martian Surface Uncovers Lost Evidence Of Ancient Floods
- Retired Lab Chimps See The Sky For The First Time [Video]
- Should We Use Big Data To Punish Crimes Before They’re Committed?
- Science Is Institutionally Sexist. Here Are 4 Ways To Help Fix It
- Wireless, Implantable Interface Lets Monkeys Control Computers With Their Brains
- Can We Humans Build Cities That Don’t Freak Us Out?
- New Smart Material Will Form Instant Casts For Accident Victims
- Researchers Create A ‘Google Map’ Of The Human Metabolism