|📷 You may remember the dog food advertisement shot on a Phantom camera at 1000 frames per second. A camera capable of filming at 70 trillion FPS has been developed and has the capacity to capture light waves in motion.|
🇫🇷 A newly developed app means you can cut and paste from real life.
🇬🇧 The British Library has digitized rare globes.
🚀 Scientists have successfully made a detonation engine which sounds way scarier than regular combustion, but it might just work.
☎️ Physical distancing has come to the lofty arm of the law, with the Supreme Court of the USA hearing cases via teleconference.
🚌 Parked buses are being used as wi-fi hotspots for poorer neighborhoods.
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|🥃 Did you know that dried droplets of whiskey leave behind beautiful patterns? |
🇶🇦 Parked planes in Qatar were blown into each other during a storm.
🇯🇵 Eels in a Japanese aquarium have gotten so used to their own company during lockdown that the facility has urged the public to chat to them on video calls.
😷The Hustle predicts the market for plexiglass will explode on account of precautions against future pandemics.
👶 And finally, the maverick entrepreneur, Elon Musk recently became a father again, revealing that his son’s name is “X Æ A-12”. It is undecided how it will be pronounced, but his state of California may not allow the name anyway, as it contains numbers and symbols. Fun fact: many countries have restrictions on baby names.