You could say that the results with this fun little social media-driven experiment were anything but predictable; and for that matter, took on a surprisingly darker tone! Either way a clever idea that managed to capitalize on the ridiculously outlandish results 'predictive texting' is bound to churn up.
Perhaps Mouse Hunt had it right all along, and rodents are smarter than us. Scientists at the University of Richmond have trained rats to drive tiny cars towards food, suggesting that rats are a lot smarter than we've been giving them credit for. Consider that next time you try to outsmart the rat that sneaks into your kitchen.
Many of us remember the dangerously delicious Mr. Sketch markers that had a pleasant aroma associated with each color that left us coloring our nostrils more than our paper. Tommy Edison, a blind YouTuber has declided to do his best in guessing the color of each based on smell only. Being born blind his understanding of colors is only based on what he's been told, so the results are rather impressive.
Cats are known to be independent and aloof. Though this is a well known fact, most cat owners would insist that they still have a very close bond with their feline counterparts. An experiment done by Professor Daniel Mills of the University of Lincoln has performed an experiment to settle the truth on whether your cat agree would agree.
Three rescue dogs in New Zealand are learning how to drive a car, thanks to the joint efforts by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Mini Cooper and Ikon Engineering. According to the head driving coach Mark Vette, the dogs spent a few weeks to learn the basics of operating a vehicle, such as starting a car, accelerating and facing forward with their paws on the steering wheels, which will be showcased during an upcoming episode of the New Zealand current affairs program Campbell Live on December 10. For more footage, check out the video!