Angry Birds Venting Machine
Rovio Entertainment is counting down to the official 10th anniversary of Angry Birds on December 11, 2019, and their latest campaign aims to show how anger can be converted into positive action. Introducing the Angry Birds Venting Machine. Simply put, it accepts anger as its payment method, and offers special prizes for anyone willing to give it a good hit, shake or even shout. You’ll be able to find it in New York City’s Times Square for one day only (northwest corner, 45th St. & Broadway) on November 21, between 12pm-8pm ET.

Blackstone HyperTek Electric Motorcycle
We have seen the future of electric motorcycles, and it includes the HyperTek from South Africa-based Blackstone Tek, or BST. The bike features a one-piece carbon fiber monocoque and billet subframe, while its water-cooled, DHX Hawk motor generates 105 hp and 88.5 pound-feet of torque, powered by a 4.75-kWh battery, which can be fully recharged in 30 minutes on a fast charger, good for 186 miles of range.

NASA Water Vapor Jupiter Moon Europa
Around forty years ago, a Voyager spacecraft captured the first closeup images of Europa, one of Jupiter’s 79 moons, revealing brownish cracks slicing the moon’s icy surface, which give it the look of a veiny eyeball. Missions in the decades since have gathered enough additional data about Europa to make it a high-priority target of investigation in NASA’s search for life. What sets this moon apart from the others is the possibility that it may possess all of the ingredients necessary for life.

The Whale Visitor Center
Photo credit: MIR | Dorte Mandrup
Set to open in 2022, Dorte Mandrup’s new visitor center in northern Norway, called The Whale, seamlessly blends into the landscape like a small rocky hill. This would be a prime spot for whale watching during their migration. It was designed in partnership with Marianne Levinsen Landskab, JAC Studios, Thornton Tomasetti, Nils Øien and Anders Kold. The structure will be 186-miles north of the Arctic Circle.

NASCAR analyst Rutledge Wood debuted his build team’s Toyota GR Supra HyperBoost Edition at the 2019 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show display in Las Vegas. Boost Logic was in charge of squeezing more power out of its turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine, and to do so, they fabricated an exhaust manifold to position Boost Logic’s BL Supra 750 Package between the engine and shock tower, while adding a Boost Logic downpipe for an impressive, for…