Archive for the ‘Technology/Science’ Category

August 26th, 2009 - 7:08 am § in Archives, Technology/Science

Mission to the Sun announced at High School Graduation

By Nova Clawtooth - Wichita, KS – Local Wichita High School class of 2010 celebrity Ben Hatten, famous for his innovative water delivery system utilized during school sporting events wherein water was placed in bottles and run onto the field instead of athletes running off, has announced that[...]

August 20th, 2009 - 6:53 am § in Archives, Technology/Science

Study: Most Unattractive Male Name – Keith

  By Kingsley Dunwick – Wilmington, NC – An effort to determine which names women find most attractive for men has uncovered some very interesting findings. The University of North Carolina at Wilmington just released the results of their ten year study. Many organizations were following this s[...]

August 8th, 2009 - 11:14 am § in Archives, Technology/Science

Study: Knowing is in Fact, Half of the Battle

By Kingsley Dunwick - Hollywood, CA – With the release of the new movie ‘G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra’, scientists around the world felt a renewed sense of intrigue surrounding the infamous closing statement of every episode of G.I. Joe. Anyone who watched TV during the 80’s [...]

July 25th, 2009 - 7:59 am § in Archives, Technology/Science

Nintendo and Honda Team-Up to Get You Fit

By Kingsley Dunwick – New York, NY – Nintendo Co., Ltd and Honda of North America held a joint press conference today to announce their new in-car workout program. They have hopes to turn idle time stuck in traffic, into productive workout time. The new program will leverage a modified version [...]

July 24th, 2009 - 4:27 pm § in Archives, Technology/Science

Study: Staying Out Late Can Lead to Drowsiness While at Work

  By Kingsley Dunwick - San Diego, CA – 27 years of expensive research with over $1 billion in government funding has concluded that staying out late, MAY lead to drowsiness while at work the next day. The scientists stressed the word “may” as the research is not conclusive. Some side eff[...]

July 24th, 2009 - 4:23 pm § in Archives, Technology/Science

Study: Drinking Morning Coffee May Lead to Taking Number 2’s at Work

  By Kingsley Dunwick - Beanblossom, IN – Scientists from the Science Institute of Indiana have uncovered a remarkable correlation between drinking coffee with breakfast and the need for evacuating ones bowels while at work later in the morning. Frederick Tootsalot, a lead scientist on the projec[...]

July 24th, 2009 - 1:35 pm § in Archives, Technology/Science

New “Snoopy” Device Aims To Make Good of a Bad Puppy

By James Goblet - San Diego – A new device designed for dogs that have acted aggressively towards people will allow the animal to run on a treadmill to generate electricityfor poverty stricken areas, a member of the SPCA speaking under the condition of anonymity said Friday. The device, nick[...]

July 22nd, 2009 - 4:25 pm § in Archives, Technology/Science

New Study: Drinking Kool-Aid Will Not Allow You To Run Through Walls

  By Nova Clawtooth - Area 51, NV – Can you drink Kool-Aid and run through a wall? This very question has baffled the world for decades. However, some of Detroit’s best researchers and scientists have finally put to rest an age old myth this week when the final tests were held in their secret a[...]

July 19th, 2009 - 4:32 pm § in Archives, Technology/Science

Roomba and Flowbee Working to Develop Revolutionary Automatic Haircutting Device

  By Kingsley Dunwick - Springfield, WY – Leaked information is indicating that the lead developers of the Roomba, and Flowbee are hard at work on a new product. Roomba, makes the little robotic vacuum that drives around all day, cleaning rugs and scaring small pets, and Flowbee is the miraculous[...]