As the video warns, magnets like these are potentially very dangerous.
[T]he pneumatic tubes of New York City’s General Post Office, when they launched in 1897, ended up whisking away … a cat. Yep. A live cat. A black cat. A probably quite indignant cat.
A grumpy cat, no doubt.
Hong Kong’s favorite new resident, a giant inflatable duck, took a turn for the worse on Wednesday, looking less like an oversized lovable plaything and more like an unappetizing fried egg on the water.
The 16.5-meter (54 feet) inflatable sculpture mysteriously lost its mojo overnight, deflated and bobbed lifelessly in Victoria Harbour.
If you’re anything like us, you’ve at some point come across supposedly-nerdy valentines and thought to yourself, “A real geek would have used an equation to express that sentiment.” And if so, have we have got just the thing for you!
It’s a Petrie Dish. Get it?
(OK, for you youngsters, that’s a reference to The Dick Van Dyke Show)
I asked both officers if they thought, given Bond supervillian-levels of resources, it would be possible for someone to steal the shuttle.
They made two mistakes in their answers. First mistake was that the first cop told me it was “impossible.” The second mistake was that the other policeman told me “I won’t say impossible.” Now it sounds like a challenge.
Can you put another iPad in there, with carbon paper?
A little doggy slapstick, complete with a really funny elastic collision, followed by more conservation of momentum exercises.