The Russian Sleep experiment is one of history's most infamous urban legends or the worst sleep study ever conducted.
There is a story floating around the internet, especially on YouTube, about a ¨Russian Sleep Experiment ¨; however, many feel that the story is just that, a myth, an urban legend, a creepypasta.
Deadly Stealth Trials Said to Result in US Navy Sailors Fused to Warship
A highly-confidential trial meant to shield US warships from the enemy military, the Philadelphia Experiment, also known as Project Rainbow, is one of the most captivating mysteries in modern history.
Man cracked his knuckles everyday for 60 years as an experiment
Donald L. Ungrer was a man who developed the habit of cracking his knuckles at a young age and continued to do so for the majority of his life. Despite the widespread belief that cracking one's knuckles can lead to arthritis and other joint problems, Ungrer persisted in his habit for 60 years.
Improving Our World Through Support of Young Innovators in 2022
In this article, we will explore how we can improve our world by supporting young innovators in 2022. We will discuss the various ways in which we can provide support to young innovators to create a better future. We will also look at the potential benefits of such support, and the challenges that must be faced when providing it.
Viral TikTok video shows guy and friends building 1.5-ton sarcophagus to bury bag of Cheetos for discovery in the future
This article is based on information sourced on TikTok and is cited within the story. By Jon Bodsworth - www.egyptarchive.co.uk, Copyrighted free use. A viral video on TikTok shows how a group of friends constructed a 3,000-pound sarcophagus, anchored a bag of Flamin' Hot Cheetos in it, and then buried it, all for the purpose of leaving it for people in the future to find.
The Tuskegee Syphilis Study, 40 Years of Unethical Human Experimentation in African Americans
In 1932 the CDC and the U.S. Public Health Service conducted a study in Tuskegee, Alabama. The study took place on the campus of the Tuskegee Institute. All the subjects in the study were African Americans who volunteered to participate under the guise of free medical care and treatment of ¨bad blood¨.
1 Million Gbps Internet Speed Reached With Laser
Researchers in Europe have made a new discovery that will potentially allow people in the future to enjoy even faster internet speeds. Soon, you might be able to enjoy one million gigabits per second of internet speed thanks to the power of lasers. An experiment using a single chip and a laser allowed a portion of a local network to achieve a speed of 1.8 petabits per second, which is near twice the amount of internet traffic the world transmits at the same rate according to PCMag, the online technology news site. The research and discovery should be credited to a joint team from the Technical University of Denmark and the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden. The group published a peer-reviewed paper in Nature Photonics that allows others to recreate the same experiment and try to create blazing internet speeds in the future if they have the right resources available.
Making A Pizza Box Solar Oven
You can use a Pizza Box and the power of the sun to create a pretty good oven for cooking food and other things! People have been able to get the temperature of their solar ovens made from pizza boxes up to two hundred seventy-five degrees Fahrenheit, though Scientific American says the pizza box solar oven can generally get between one hundred sixty degrees Fahrenheit to two hundred degrees Fahrenheit. Pasteurization of milk usually requires heating the milk to one hundred forty-five degrees Fahrenheit or higher for thirty minutes and the World Health Organization says bacteria is killed in water at temperatures above one hundred forty-nine degrees Fahrenheit (or sixty-five degrees Celsius) for at least five minutes. Here are the materials you need:
Addendum To The One Acre Eco-Village Idea...
Earlier, I wrote about the idea of making a one-acre ecovillage. Now, I am adding to that idea and showing how to build on all of that with logistics from some of my previous writings as well as new information I was able to get from sustainability experts.
Using Tobacco For Biogas Fuel
Earlier, I talked about how tobacco - a product used to make a toxic drug for smoking - can be used with water to make a natural, safe pesticide to help protect your crops and thus has more usage than simply making cigars or cigarettes. However, as a peer-review study shows, you can also use tobacco to create biogas and generate a renewable biofuel! Biogas is a mix of methane and trace amounts of carbon dioxide made by bacterial decomposition of certain forms of organic wastes. This particular gas mixture can then be used as a renewable fuel for specialized vehicles and even for generating electricity.