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Russia Warns the World: Any Incoming Ballistic Missile Is Considered Nuclear
1 month ago by killerjavi98 to /s/WorldNews from popularmechanics.com
Nikola Tesla Proved It Was Possible. Now Wireless Electricity Is a Reality.
1 month ago by realpanzer to /s/science from popularmechanics.com
Could a World War II Shipwreck Cause the Next Beirut-Like Explosion?
1 month ago by realpanzer to /s/Europe from popularmechanics.com
Riddles, Logic Puzzles, and Brain Teasers - Popular Mechanics
1 month ago by realpanzer to /s/Games from popularmechanics.com
Iran Accidentally Sinks Its Fake American Aircraft Carrier
1 month ago by Nemacolin to /s/news from popularmechanics.com
The U.S. Army Expects to Field Cyborg Soldiers by 2050
2 months ago by iraelmossadreddit to /s/technology from popularmechanics.com
Why the Military Is Building a Tunneling Earthworm
2 months ago by iraelmossadreddit to /s/conspiracy from popularmechanics.com
Someone Left a Hatch Open and Crippled India’s $2.9 Billion Submarine
3 months ago by Canbot to /s/technology from popularmechanics.com
Popular Mechanics: The First International Hydrogen Supply Chain Is a Big Deal. It brings the world one step closer to a hydrogen society.
5 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from popularmechanics.com
"The U.S.'s $13 Billion Aircraft Carrier Has a Toilet Problem"
5 months ago by Robin to /s/Antiwar from popularmechanics.com
The Floating Electric Car That Was Born From Tragedy.
7 months ago by mikipika to /s/environment from popularmechanics.com
The CIA’s Blade-Wielding 'Flying Ginsu' Missile Strikes Again
9 months ago by TheWebOfSlime to /s/Intelligence from popularmechanics.com
How to Power a Steel Blast Furnace Using Only Hydrogen. Germans just did it. Will the rest of the world follow suit?
10 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from popularmechanics.com
Navy UFO | UFO Sightings | The Truth About the Navy's UFOs
10 months ago by Entropick to /s/UFO from popularmechanics.com
Water Is Really Hard and Expensive to Split. These Guys Might Have a Solution.
Prehistoric Monster Penguins: Awesome, Terrifying, or Both?
1 year ago by Optimus85 to /s/science from popularmechanics.com
The 50 Best New Board Games
1 year ago by Entropick to /s/Games from popularmechanics.com
How a 1919 Army Truck Convoy Across the U.S. Helped Win WWII
1 year ago by Entropick to /s/history from popularmechanics.com
Scientists Are Now Transforming Saltwater Into Hydrogen Fuel. The trick is nickel, and lots of negative charges.
1 year ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from popularmechanics.com
How the World's First Digital Circuit Breaker Could Completely Change Our Powered World
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/technology from popularmechanics.com
This Tibetan Bone Discovery Rewrites Ancient History
1 year ago by SecretlyHistoric to /s/AncientHistory from popularmechanics.com
How to Become a Skilled Tradesperson
1 year ago by HeyImSancho to /s/SundogsPlace from popularmechanics.com
The $200,000 Heist That Tore the 'Star Wars' World Apart
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/StarWars from popularmechanics.com
A Single Cell Hints at a Solution to the Biggest Problem in Computer Science
We Might Have Been Looking for MH370 In the Wrong Place This Whole Time
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/WorldNews from popularmechanics.com
The Priceless Guitar History Lost in the Paradise Blaze
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/news from popularmechanics.com
In Defense of Elon Musk
The 30 SciFi Stories Everyone Should Read
2 years ago by muad_dib to /s/ScienceFiction from popularmechanics.com