Science Fiction

NEWS: Russian Billionaire is Creating "Noah's Ark" in Space for 15 Million People to Escape Earth

NEWS: Russian Billionaire is Creating "Noah's Ark" in Space for 15 Million People to Escape Earth

It sounds as though the idea was pulled straight from a Hollywood movie script, but Russian billionaire Igor Ashurbeyl is really, in actuality, building a “Noah’s Ark” in space for 15 million Earthlings to escape Earth and begin a brand new civilization on space arks. The cosmic endeavor, although still in its early stages, has already accrued 300,000 sign-ups from hopeful future citizens, and has formed its own flag, national anthem, and parliamentary committee…

VIDEO: French Inventor Becomes First Person to Fly a Hoverboard Over the English Channel

VIDEO: French Inventor Becomes First Person to Fly a Hoverboard Over the English Channel

On August 4, 2019, French inventor Franky Zapata became the first person to fly across the English Channel on a hoverboard! Zapata cruised the air from France to England in just about 20 minutes, covering 22 miles at a top speed of 106 miles per hour. Watch video his amazing flight here.

NEWS: Saudi Prince Plans City With Human Gene Editing, Artificial Rain, & Government Surveillance

NEWS: Saudi Prince Plans City With Human Gene Editing, Artificial Rain, & Government Surveillance

The future is now, and it brings with it flying cars, artificial rain, human gene editing, and invasive government surveillance! At least that’s the plan for a developing, $500-billion-dollar city in Saudi Arabia called Neom. On the surface Neom sounds like a futuristic utopia, where robot maids clean up after its citizens, artificial rain creates lush gardens in the middle of a desert, and glow-in-the-dark beaches light up the night… But what lurks on Neom’s deeper, darker level?

NEWS: The Ghost in the Basketball Machine

NEWS: The Ghost in the Basketball Machine

On May 30, 2018, the Philadelphia 76ers announced that they were investigating reports that their president of basketball operations, Bryan Colangelo, used several secret Twitter accounts to criticize the Sixers team, engage in debates with its staff, and release private player medical information. It's a discovery that's damaging to the Sixers team (and also to it's #1 fan, Tony Merkel!). If the reports are true, it's a strange, hurtful blow for one member of an organization's front office to deal against his own team.