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It sounds like something out of a futuristic film: the TomTato. Developed by horticulturists in the U.K., the plant is a gardening oddity that produces cherry tomatoes on its vines and potatoes underground. Two vegetables on one plant at the same time! It’s the Frankenstein of plants. The Frankenplant? The two plants are grafted together, [...]

Sleeping well, lately? This will cure that: Imagine a snake the length of a school bus, with a mouth that opens wider than you can spread your arms. Not only could such a snake exist, it did exist … and may exist again in the future as temperatures warm. Kol giant snakes. Leave Your Comment…

Three dimensions? Been there, done that. How about three walls? Digital downloads and streaming services, along with large flat-screen televisions and surround-sound stereo systems, are making a strong argument for just staying in for the night. Why pay a bunch of money to sit in a theater with a bunch of rude, texting-obsessed strangers (we’re looking [...]

Ever forget to clean out the tank? Or water the plants, for that matter? This design kills two birds (but no fish!) with one stone, and doubles as a fun instructional tool for kids learning about how natural systems work. Kol I Want One, never forget to feed my fish again. Leave Your Comment.

From conventional freshwater to tropical saltwater species, fish can be a fun way to add some life to your living room – but with these cool aquariums, you might find yourself staring at the unique design as much as you do at the exotic fish you put inside. Leave Your Comment…

Those weird lights in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean — what are they? Are they an unstoppable force of electric underwater creatures swimming, slowly but steadily, toward the shore where they will flood our cities and force us all to watch “Finding Nemo” from now until the end of time? Leave Your Comment…

I never would have thought that I could use the term “ant farm” so literally. But Farm 432 is doing just that with their DIY larva growing system, expecting farmers to eat the ‘fruits’ of their labors. While the average American may be hesitant to snack on a centipede or bite a beetle, cuisines in [...]

A sharp-toothed, testicle-biting cousin to the piranha has been pulled up by a fisherman in Denmark, prompting fears by male skinny-dippers throughout Scandanavia and perhaps parts of the United States. The fish is the pacu, a vegetarian who, although it prefers fruits and nuts that drop into the Amazon River and its tributaries, has been [...]

Mythbusters’ special Breaking Bad episode saw series creator Littlefinger Vince Gilligan and star Aaron Paul hang out with Adam and Jamie to test a couple of Walt’s tricks from the show. Yeah Science! – See more at: http://theawesomer.com/mythbusters-x-breaking-bad/248176/#sthash.Oh8clwu3.dpuf Leave your Comment…

Medical marijuana gets all the headlines, but many legal weeds have traditions as medicines too. Although homeowners often consider these plants as lawn outlaws, weeds can serve as a floral pharmacy. However, would-be patients of the plants should consult a doctor before self-medicating. More weed medicines inside. Leave your Comment…

hoppers might have been confused by a new product that made its way into five Los Angeles Best Buy stores on Friday. Complete with a bar code, price and label, the box read: “Another gadget you don’t really need.” Pranked! There right you dont need another useless gadget. Leave your Comment…