Find out what goes on behind closed doors in the kitchen. The closed door of the oven, that is. Cooking for Geeks, written by Jeff Potter, is a cookbook that goes beyond recipes and adds a little more spice to the mix. In it, you will learn: â€¢ Why medium-rare steak is so popular. â€¢… Continue reading Cooking For Geeks Cookbook Cooks
No fancy tricks here, just science. Order your own disappearing spoon, but don’t think that’s water you’re drinking. (It’s full of gallium!) (Via Boing Boing)
Some people need to watch their caffeine intake, others may want to. Well, the way to do that quickly and easily is with the Laboratory Beaker Mug. With a capacity of about 12-ounces, the glass beaker-that-looks-like-a-mug is sure to keep coffee drinkers alert, awake and paying attention to anything and everything.
A few years ago I witnessed an eCoupled presentation of wireless power. While the underlying tech is nothing new, the execution is probably miles away from what Nikola Tesla imagined. For example, news coming out of CES 2011â€¦ food that cooks directly in the packagingâ€¦ and no, not in a microwave.
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. â€“ Clarkeâ€™s Third Law Of course, you are not going to be fooling anyone if you donâ€™t have a magic wand. Everybody knows that magic requires a magic wand. Thatâ€™s like Magicâ€™s First Law. But in a pinch, a thing that looks like a magic wand will… Continue reading Abracadabra! You may now drink your beer!
Have a hankerinâ€™ for milk and Pepsi but hate Pepsi? Well, if youâ€™ve been suffering through the ultra sweet taste of that suspect combination just to get bubbles in milk, itâ€™s time to let science lead you to better living. The U-FIZZ Drink Carbonation Kit consists of little more than a couple of plastic tubes… Continue reading Fizz it yourself