Some questionable science has led to dudes sticking their junk into salty condiments, and it needs to stop.
On Tuesday, the European Conference on Space Debris kicked off with sobering short about orbital junk.
“Rap music saved my life.”
"The system could grapple objects in space that are spinning or tumbling, and would otherwise be hard to target.”
But watch the video for his new song first. It’s #woke.
From candy wrappers to ancient artifacts, Thngs is a place for preserving the data of stuff.
Annie Collinge likes to make pictures about things that are part fantasy and part depressing reality. We spoke with her about the process behind this month's VICE magazine cover.
Ever wanted to make music while slowly killing yourself with junk food? It's your lucky day!
"Go!" is sung by Franco-Vietnamese artist Mai Lan and is off the band's forthcoming album 'Junk.'
The idea is for the debris to take the place of gases like argon and xenon.