This Week in the Future, December 19-23, 2011
As we say goodbye to the year 2011, we reminisce on what came before us, and look forward to what...
As we say goodbye to the year 2011, we reminisce on what came before us, and look forward to what is still to come. In order, according to this Baarbarian illustration, that is: Stonehenge, and giant robots.
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- Japanese Roboticists Are Building the Tallest Humanoid Ever
- Geologists Pinpoint Welsh Quarry as Source of Stonehenge’s Oldest Stones
And don’t forget to check out our other favorite stories of the week:
- Happy Holidays From Popular Science
- The Most Amazing Images of the Week, December 19-23, 2011
- Mysterious Metallic Space Ball Falls to Earth in Africa, Baffling Authorities
- How a Decade of IEDs Has Reshaped Bomb Disposal Tech
- A Rare Last Look Inside the Space Shuttle Atlantis
- Discovered: The First Earth-Sized Worlds Outside Our Solar System
- How to Lift 3,500 Tons
- Tch Support: Vin Marshall’s Favorite Chemical Tools for DIY Projects