For "boring" news, this is pretty exciting!
In case you didn't know, Tesla and SpaceX CEO (and Amber Heard luvvah) Elon Musk wants to drill holes under the city of Los Angeles to alleviate traffic woes.
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If you're having a hard time wrapping your brain around the venture, which Elon has given the tongue-in-cheek name The Boring Company, you aren't alone.
That's why the innovator explained some of the details behind his project during a Ted Talk on Friday, even showing a video of the sci-fi world of tomorrow he envisioned as the final product (below)!
ICYMI, back in February, Kyrie Irving shocked the (round) world by joining the likes of BoB and Tila Tequila and saying he believes the world is flat. Ok.
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And it seems like he's not the only NBA player who is in on the conspiracy as shortly after, Shaq came out in support of Kyrie's theory!
He revealed his feelings on The Big Podcast with Shaq, saying:
In this current age of climate change denial from our very own president, it's nice to see the scientific community being embraced.
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Fashion designer Nick Graham did just that when he invited legendary astronaut Buzz Aldrin and the beloved Bill Nye the Science Guy to walk his show during Men's Fashion Week Wednesday.
With the theme of the presentation being "Life on Mars: Fall-Winter 2035," Buzz and Bill were perfect choices!
The men were dressed all in silver, with Buzz's jacket in particular mimicking something an astronaut might actually wear! Also, Bill's suit had rocket ships all over it.
We're obsessed with this! We're also sooooo glad Mr. Aldrin is feeling better after he was hospitalized in December!
And isn't it nice to see models other than Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid dominating?
[Image via WENN.]