Since the advent of smart computers, people have always said they will take over. Look at the grocery store and some department stores with the self check out. Auto assembly lines too. There are some jobs safe from computer take over.
My wife, Mrs. Rayman, was told she needed a total knee replacement by her doctor and as the pain was almost unbearable, her surgeon told her it was time. Prior to her surgery, I attended a couple classes, and was amazed by the number of people experiencing knee issues.
If you intend to show the wicked world a cornucopia of green thumb power this gardening season (and you probably don't, but keep reading) you had better start exposing your precious sweet leaf to plenty of Black Sabbath.
Most guys have tremendous ego's, especially when it comes to the length of a certain male member. Yup, we've been known to stand in front of a full length mirror calling ourselves "Mr. Big" on more than one occasion. As USA Today reports on the question of whether &qu…
Everyone knows when a plane goes down, the first thing the investigators try to get is the black box recorder. The recorder can measure the actions of the pilots, record transmissions and also anything on their dash they may have seen. This week ended the public comment sessions to put a black box i…
So you're driving to work listening to your favorite morning show and all of a sudden a glowing object that is on fire appears and looks like it's crashing to earth, what would you do? Obviously, film it like this guy.
The technological world could soon be brought to its knees by a series of pseudo-apocalyptic space storms that are predicted to sever the heads of the world’s communication centers, satellites, and public transportation systems.
Sometimes you get what you pay for. And sometimes, cause and effect aren't what they really seem to be. Automobiles need roads to drive on. Roads cost money. In the past, state governments have raised money for these roadways via gasoline tax money.
If the threat of blackouts and liver failure isn't enough to turn you into a teetotaler, then this new photo app, which simulates the physical effects of alcohol abuse over a period of 10 years, just might.