This Week in the Future, July 12-16, 2010
This week, the iPhone — preloaded with gay mice, nuclear waste, and killer robots — flies too close to the … Continued
This week, the iPhone — preloaded with gay mice, nuclear waste, and killer robots — flies too close to the sun.
Welcome to the future.
This week in the future on PopSci:
- Testing the Goods: iPhone 4, or Apple’s Icarus Moment
- Boeing’s Corpulent Hydrogen-Powered Spy Plane Will Fly at 65,000 Feet For Four Days
- MIT’s New Multifunctional Fibers Combine Piezoelectric Sensitivity with Heat and Light Sensing
- After 3 Years of Data Crunching, NASA and Microsoft Release Stunning New Interactive Mars Tour
- Seven Big-Thinking Proposals For Dealing With Nuclear Waste
- South Korea Deploys Deadly Sentry Bots to Keep Watchful Eyes, Serious Weapons Trained on the Demilitarized Zone
- Running Short on Fuel, Europeans Turn to Smoke-Detector Tech for Deep-Space Power
- Has The “Gay Gene” Been Found in Female Mice?
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