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The iPhone 6 Plus has made its debut and folks seem to be intrigued. Jonathan Morrison recently decided to create a tech-nature montage. Richard Ryan used two new iPhones to test what would happen to the devices if the objects met with liquid nitrogen or a blender.
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IT'S TECH TIME!!! Super Z is back with some winter-friendly science. Using sodium polyacrylate, which is found in diapers, you can create a snow-like substance. By adding water to the sodium polyacrylate, you can create a winter wonderland of your very own.
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As most of us learned in grade school science class, a chrysalis is formed during a caterpillar's transformation period to allow it to turn into a beautiful butterfly! The process takes between 10-14 days and the Monarch Project filmed the moment a butterfly emerged from its chrysalis to show the amazing beauty of it and to encourage folks to allow them to grow in their own backyards.
Local Motors may have just created the greatest piece of technology the car world has seen in quite some time. The company has developed a machine that can construct a 3D-printed car known as The Strati. Local Motors CEO Jay Rogers joined RTM to discuss the incredible automotive breakthrough with the RTM hosts.
Apple fans around the world have waited for the new iPhone. Many of them even spent the night outside to guarantee a new phone. This gentleman was the first person to purchase the iPhone 6 in Australia. During a national TV interview, he did the unthinkable. He dropped it.
IT'S TECH TIME! Super Z is back with another awesome invention. The Hamster Wheel Desk allows workers to get exercise while getting their job done. It seems like a sound office tool for employees.
The Barnsley Antiques Centre in England may have been the site of a haunting. However, it's more than likely a place with a lot of old fragile things that occasionally fall apart due to wear and tear.
We are currently living in the future. If you never thought jetpacks would become a real thing, you were mistaken. Though, they don't exactly function in the way you would think. These jetpacks are designed to make people — specifically soldiers — fun faster. The technology will hopefully allow the men and women in the armed service run a four-minute mile, which is no easy task. The 4MM, or 4-minute mile, was designed and created by researchers at Arizona State University.
The people behind the Smart Car are always looking for the next smart idea. This is the dancing traffic light that actually made more people wait and watch rather than putting themselves in danger by jaywalking across the intersection. It's dancing to safety!
Where others might have freaked out that wasps had built a nest in their window, this person took a more scientific approach, appreciating the rare view inside the insects' home!