pen that combines an RGB sensor and a five-color ink cartridge allows artists to match any pigment they can see. The pen is known as Scribble, and it’s not yet available for sale. However, if you can’t wait to get your hands on it, and the $150 pricetag does not deter you, you can sign up to an alert (and be encouraged to contribute to their Kickstarter campaign). “For the color blin
Looking for a fantastic new travelling adventure? An awe-inspiring destination to explore? Then you should add Norway to the top of your list. It’s hands down one of the most gorgeous places on earth, with plenty of natural scenic beauty, a community of happy people, and a fascinating history. If that’s not enough to get you to start packing your bags, here are 11 more reason
According to 31-year-old Kyle Jones, everyone is wired differently. And while some of his peers prefer blondes or brunettes, the Augusta, Georgia, native's penchant is for, ahem, mature women. In fact, Jones has had plenty of pension-eligible paramours, but his current senior squeeze is 91-year-old great-grandmother Marjorie McCool. In the above video, McCool explains the perks of their May-
Orangutan Rescue The plight of the orangutan in Indonesia has reached a critical stage, with the survival of the species under serious threat. Animals are suffering and dying because of the systematic destruction of the rainforest, primarily for palm oil production, particularly in Kalimantan, the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo. What We Do International Animal Rescue’s team is wo
Comedian and actor Rik Mayall has died at the age of 56 today. Mr Mayall is best known for his comedy partnership with Adrian Edmondson. He has appeared in a number of sitcoms including The Young Ones, Blackadder, The New Statesman and Bottom. He also featured on the big screen in films Drop Dead Fred and Guest House Paradiso. More to follow Sudden death: Comedian Rik Mayall has died tod
NASA calls it the most colorful image ever captured by the Hubble Space Telescope--and the most comprehensive. It has to be one of the most spectacular. But the image--the remarkable payoff of a new survey called the Ultraviolet Coverage of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field--is more than merely beautiful. It may also help fill in some gaps in our understanding of how stars form. The new Hubble image
You just have to watch this amazing video of a man and his friends and family who saved a humpback whale. It’s completely worth the 8 minutes of your time, especially when you see what happened at the end. Michael Fishback, a co-founder of the Great Whale Conservancy, spends 2 months each year in the Sea of Cortez photographing whales, helping to track them, and observing their behaviors.
YouTube user Alexandr Mish recently created this heartwarming compilation of people rescuing various animals in need. The touching four-minute video features a fox with his head stuck in a jar, an elephant calf trapped in a hole and a whale tangled in a shark net, among others — and the great efforts of the kindhearted people who saved them.
Lunar samples from Apollo landings confirm a long-held theory This illustration shows the collision between Earth and a smaller planet that formed the moon. Newly analyzed lunar rocks have revealed the first direct evidence of the ancient smashup that created the moon, bolstering a long-held theory. The rocks were gathered by astronauts on NASA's Apollo missions. But newer scanning electr