A team of scientists based out of Osaka University have published new research in Science suggesting that immunosuppressant drugs used for organ transplant patients could be used to develop a reversible oral contraceptive: a version of “the pill” for men.
The friend took 200µg of LSD and drew 11 self-portraits over nine-plus hours.
Back in the 1960s, jogging was something only athletes and boxers really did. Normal people mostly didn’t do it — and when they did, it was cause for concern.
The technology doesn’t seem to require a special surface to operate. Lexus’ Hoverboard appears to work over pavement as well, and not just the special metal tracks.
In 1961, birth control pills were packaged loose in vials, like any other medication. They also came with complex instructions on how to take them.
This innovative gadget awakens the sleeper with the smell of coffee and the gentle rattle of stainless steel ball bearings as the water boils.
Someone has invented a line of scented pills designed to make your gaseous emissions smell like violets, roses, and even chocolate.
Google has released a new feature for Maps that lets you turn any location into a game of Pac-Man.