About a decade ago, MythBusters did an episode about the Floating Door fan theory from the Titanic and concluded that Jack didn’t need to die. Well now James Cameron has clapped back saying that they’ve done a thorough forensic analysis with a hypothermia expert who reproduced the raft from the movie and by the way they’re doing a special on it that comes out next month.
Some Wyoming lawmakers are pushing to end electric vehicle sales in the state. A group introduced a bill calling for a ban to take effect by 2035. The measure says the ban would help safeguard Wyoming's oil and gas industries, adding that electric vehicles will hinder the state's ability to trade with other states. The legislation states that new power charging stations would require “massive” amounts of new power to “sustain the misadventure of electric vehicles.” READ MORE.
Scientists in France have created a super laser that could prevent billions of dollars in damage caused by lightning strikes. This method would guide the strikes from thunderclouds to places where they don’t cause damage using a super laser that acts as a virtual lightning rod. They say new technique could save power stations, airports, launchpads, and other buildings from disaster. READ MORE.
The insanity defense if off the table for suspected Idaho killer Bryan Kohberger. He has yet to enter a plea but persecutors say he will not be able to use the insanity defense because it doesn't exist in Idaho. We hear a lot about its use now because so many other states allow it, but ID does not - the state actually abolished its use in 1982. His mental state, however, can still be taken into account in court. READ MORE.