3D Printing Has A Strange, Unintended Consequence

So far, the reach of 3D-printing hasn’t extended too far into most of our lives. We still buy appliances, instead of punching specifications into a console. We do our shopping at stores instead of downloading patterns. We cook our food, we don’t print it. But 3D printing is making a major change to our lives, all the… » 5/07/15 3:20pm 5/07/15 3:20pm

The Reason Batman Has The Greatest Villains Is Their Lack Of Superpowers

The Joker, the Penguin, the Riddler, Harley Quinn, Scarecrow, Mr. Freeze. Batman has always had the most compelling set of criminals for our hero to fight against — and if you look at them all as a group, the reason why they’re so much more interesting than any other villains out there becomes pretty clear.
» 4/28/15 3:20pm 4/28/15 3:20pm

This Hybrid "Knork" Utensil Was Also An Important Medical Invention

Knife, fork, spoon: This is the holy trinity of silverware and (while the occasional spork may jostle for inclusion), in general, these are all you’re likely to see. There is, however, another hybrid utensil you may not know: The Knork. And its creation owes as much to modern medicine as to dining habits. » 4/27/15 3:20pm 4/27/15 3:20pm