Fisherman Finds Lobster With Disturbing “Tattoo” On Its Claw

Fisherman Finds Lobster With Disturbing “Tattoo” On Its Claw

Fisherman Karissa Lindstrand was banding lobster claws off Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, in November when she spotted something unusual on one of the crustacean’s claws—a popular blue and red logo. Upon closer inspection, she discovered it was a Pepsi logo. “I can’t say how he got it on,” Lindstrand … Read More

Canada “Smashed Expectation” By Adding 79,500 Jobs In November

Canada “Smashed Expectation” By Adding 79,500 Jobs In November

Canada has experienced its lowest rate of unemployment in nearly a decade due to a huge boost in job creation in November, according to Statistics Canada. Last month, 79,500 new jobs were generated, driving the jobless rate down 0.4 percent to 5.9 percent. The unemployment rate hasn’t been this low … Read More

FitBit Style Condom Ring Monitors Sexual Performance

FitBit Style Condom Ring Monitors Sexual Performance

There’s a new way to document your most private moments in the bedroom. A British company has created a “smart condom” that records intimate information about the man who wears it during sexual activity. Dubbed the i.Con, the device detects sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and sends detailed information about the … Read More

Artificial Origami Muscles Give Robots Superpower Strength

Artificial Origami Muscles Give Robots Superpower Strength

Scientists have created an artificial muscle that can lift up to 1,000 times its own weight. The inspiration behind their invention? Japanese origami. The scientists from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and Harvard’s Wyss Institute have created rigid origami skeletons for soft robots, enabling them to display … Read More

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