The no pants Subway Ride started in 2002 as an idea by improv everywhere with seven guys. The prank has taken place every year since it started. Random passengers board subways across the state without wearing any pants.
“The participants do not behave as if they know each other, and they all wear winter coats, hats, scarves, and gloves. The only unusual thing is their lack of pants.”
Over 4,000 people participated in New York for the 12th annual event.
“I know this has been going on for a longtime, it’s kind of funny, but I would never do anything like this,” said student Josh Geihm.
The cuddling business is now underway, Samantha Hess, travels to homes to cuddle with clients. She is now looking to expand her business and hire more employees.
“The cuddling business is booming”
Samantha plans to attempt to open up a store and begin setting up more appointments for potential customers.
“It seems like a really weird and crazy idea when you think about it, but it might work,” said student Nick Sanchez
Scientists are claiming to have developed a giant 3D printer that is capable of building a 2,500 square foot house in a day’s time. Professor Behrokh Khoshnevis from the University of Southern California has developed the printer in an effort to speed up building and make the world of construction mush more efficient.
“It is basically scaling up 3D printing to the scale of building,” said Khoshnevis. As revolutionary as this may sound, in the end thousands of Americans will lose their jobs in construction.
Essentially you insert in the blueprint and robotic arms, extrusion nozzles, and a computer-controlled gantry system creates the design.
“Yes it sounds like a good idea, but this is going to take so many jobs away from Americans and hard-working people so I’m not sure if I like it or not,” said student Michael Ramirez.
A recent article from the Scientific journal, states how scientists are close to cloning an ancient mammoth. North Korean and Russian scientists are joining forcing to attempt to genetically recreate the beast using ancient tissue that was recently recovered
The recreation of the beast is dependent on the stem cells being able to come together with the ancient tissue and bone marrow that has been found. If everything goes absolutely perfect the creature can be brought back to life. However procedures with stem cells have always been complicated and difficult to operate with.
Seo Jeong-sun, director of the Genomic Medicine Institute at SNU feared it would “be just for show.”
Many readers question whether the cloning is a realistic possibility or not. However scientists continue to say it is a possibility that is inevitable.