6 Ancient Egyptian Inventions we still use today

6 Ancient Egyptian Inventions we still use today

6 Ancient Egyptian Inventions we still use today A country rich in history, a land that has illustrious nice prosperity and despair, a world that’s lovely and filled with life however is even as raw and tough to survive in. Egypt may be a place that holds the roots of group and secrets still undiscovered.…

1,600-Year-Old Goblet Shows that the Romans Used Nanotechnology

1,600-Year-Old Goblet Shows that the Romans Used Nanotechnology

By April Holloway The Lycurgus Cup, as it is known due to its depiction of a scene involving King Lycurgus of Thrace, is a 1,600-year-old jade green Roman chalice that changes colour depending on the direction of the light upon it. It baffled scientists ever since the glass chalice was acquired by the British Museum in…

Japan Unveils Designs For First Underwater City

Japan Unveils Designs For First Underwater City

We've seen people living in tiny homes, big homes and everything in between -- but nobody has ever taken underwater dwelling to a level like this. A Japanese architecture firm has unveiled renderings of what would be the world's first underwater city, which the firm says could be constructed as early as 2035. The massive,…

15 Creepiest Modern Technologies

15 Creepiest Modern Technologies

From inventions that can imprint stories in your mind, to advertisements that can communicate directly into your skull, we count 15 horrifyingly real technological advances that we’d just rather not see 15 - Invisible Pain Ray This is part of the Pentagon’s official weapons program, designed to deter advancing troops by heating the skin of…

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