Trains require a lot of people to operate.
Is teleportation possible? Could a baseball transform into something like a radio wave, travel through buildings, bounce around corners, and change back into a baseball? Oddly enough, thanks to quantum mechanics, the answer might actually be yes… sort of! Sajan Saini explains.
China is building the world’s largest airport, the Beijing Daxing International Aiport, to serve the Jing-Jin-Ji megalopolis.
The light from KIC 8462852 faded again, and scientists have some new theories about what’s behind astronomy’s most mysterious star.
Imagine you were asked to invent something new. It could be whatever you want, made from anything you choose, in any shape or size. That kind of creative freedom sounds so liberating, doesn’t it? Or … does it? if you’re like most people you’d probably be paralyzed by this task. Why? Brandon Rodriguez explains how creative constraints actually help drive discovery and innovation.
With so many destinations all across the world, it’s just natural that most routes require connections. So airlines need to attract connecting passengers in order to stay in business.