If you’ve ever wondered where you would end up if you tunneled all the way through the Earth to the opposite side, you can now find the answer (without the shovel). Antipodes Map is a website that uses Google Maps to identify antipodal points – locations connected by a straight line through Earth’s center.
Roadable aircraft like the Terrafugia Transition may not be the only option for convenient, high-speed travel in the future. ET3 (Evacuated Tube Transport Technologies) claims magnetic levitation could make a six-hour trip around the world possible in the next decade.
Six of our favorite nature spots to celebrate Earth Day
We wish this would have been invented years ago… by simply burning twigs and sticks in the BioLite camping stove, you can ALSO charge a USB-ported gadget! Neat.
Could Twitter be used to help design smarter transit routes? Eric Fischer says yes. Check out his artistic visuals of the Twitter location demographic.