The problem with the internet is that it makes everything look so easy. Take baking for example. Have a quick scroll through Instagram and Pinterest and you’ll find countless cakes baked so perfectly that they barely even seem real. But they are, and they were baked by humans, so if they can do it, why can’t you? It can’t be that difficult…right? Well, not quite, because as you can see from this list of epic…"Expectations Vs Reality: 10+ Of The Worst Cake Fails Ever"
Liam Crossley and his bride-to-be, Lucy, thought their lives were perfect. It seemed like everything was falling into place at just the right time. Lucy had landed her dream job, and she was working at a lingerie company. Liam was a personal trainer with an increasing client base. The two were saving up for their wedding that was approaching… but then one call changed everything. Lucy was training for her now job in London, and…"Bride has strange itch that won’t go away, then learns she has a very rare form of cancer"
Most of us accept that aging is inescapable, but maybe it doesn’t have to be. Researchers at Harvard Medical School and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have uncovered one of the key mechanisms that gradually weakens our body’s ability to repair DNA, and tests were able to restore the cell function of old mice to that of their younger counterparts. The team says an anti-aging drug could be developed in the next few…"DNA-repairing drug could fight aging and radiation damage"
If you want GPS-enabled navigation on your motorcycle, you can of course just mount your smartphone (or a dedicated device) on the handlebars. According to Atlanta-based biker Steven Friedlander, however, trying to look at that little screen while riding isn’t an ideal setup. His alternative? Gloves that’ll show you where to go. Friedlander’s TurnPoint Smart Glove system consist of a right-hand glove that’s normal, along with a left-hand glove featuring conductive thread and a pocket…"Motorcycle gloves put navigation on the back of your hand"
If they had electric bicycles on The Flintstones, is this what they’d look like? Perhaps. Actually, though, the e-bike you see here is a real-life bamboo-framed prototype developed by Calfee Design. What’s more, you may soon be able to buy one for yourself. Yabba-dabba-doo!Currently on display at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Salt Lake City, it features a Bafang motor capable of 1,500 watts, powered by a 54-volt/250-Wh battery pack. It also has…"Bamboo e-bike is ready for the streets of Bedrock"