Water on Mars, an electroshock alarm clock, ice cubes that keep you from drinking too much, and how you can taste 115-year-old Scotch discovered buried in Antarctica!
Today on GeekBeat, we talk about more evidence of water found on Mars and how a Connecticut high school Astronomy teacher discovered a "Star Nursery". Plus, we check out a very shocking alarm clock, ice cubes that keep you from drinking too much and a ramen bowl that docks your iPhone so you're never alone! Plus, a 115-year-old bottle of scotch returns to Antarctica and what does Hyperspace look like exactly? All that on this episode of GeekBeat!
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Two new reports of ancient water on the planet Mars, as the Curiosity rover gets shots of "Yellowknife Bay" and the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter sends back images of what appear to be a lake bed in a crater.
A Connecticut high school astronomy teacher has discovered some overlooked Hubble Telescope images of a â€œstar nurseryâ€ in the Large Magellanic Cloud 200,000 light years from Earth.
Forget the star lines we saw from the Millennium Falcon, researchers say they know what hyperspace would REALLY look like.
An MIT student has devised "alcohol-aware ice cubes" to help drinkers know "when to say when".
Addicted to hitting the snooze button on your alarm clock? This electroshock alarm clock will get you to change your ways.
Eating noodles can be lonely business - but now you can have all your online friends keep you company while you slurp your ramen!