Many are the debates that rage around the future of science and technology, concerning thorny ethical dilemmas and seemingly intractable issues of public policy. But if there’s one thing everybody can agree on, it’s this: We all strive for a world where people commute on electromagnetic hoverboards.
Good news on that front this week: A small Silicon Valley startup company announced that it’s developed a working hoverboard prototype, ramped up and ready to go. Called the Hendo, the hoverboard uses magnetic field architecture (MFA) to elevate the skateboard-sized platform — with or without rider — about an inch above a copper-surfaced half-pipe. Learn more
holy shit! we might actually make something from Back to the Future II true in time. this is amazeballs!
i want to kiss you and take cute pictures with you and go on stupid dates but I also want to DESTROY YOU AT MARIO KART
i will own all at mario cart. haven’t met my match yet.
i doNT CARE if ebola can only be spread by bodily fluid if u have it stay 6 states away from me man
He’s added value to every project he’s been involved with, and despite being noticed for his work, he continues to float beneath the radar of mainstream recognition. He should have a bevy of award nominations; his knighthood is long overdue. Yet, he continues to turn in superlative performances, time and time again, his labors going without the rewards that should accrue from such a body of work