1.) Imagine a cup that would keep you from ever getting the inside of your mouth burned. The material in the lid of the “Nohot Cup,” a new heat sensitive cup being developed, will react when the beverage inside the cup hits 176 degrees. That material will rise up and become a preventive bubble to keep you from drinking the hot beverage. When you try to drink it, your nose will hit the expanded bubble which prevents you from getting a drink. When the beverage cools to 140 degrees, the heat sensitive material shrinks, meaning it’s safe to drink the hot beverage.
2.) If you want your child to be rich, consider what college they’re going to attend. Wealth-X has released a report on what schools boast the most “ultra high net worth” alumni - those worth $30 million dollars or more. Harvard tops that list, with almost 2,964 members of the $30 million dollar or more club. The University of Pennsylvania is next with just over 1,500 member, followed by Stanford with almost 1,200. No other school has more than a thousand. Columbia University and New York University round out the top 5.
3.) A 7 year old student has been suspended from school for two days … for biting his Pop Tart into the shape of a gun. Josh Welch said he was trying to turn his snack into a mountain. His teacher at Park Elementary School in Baltimore, Maryland saw the Pop Tart and sent Josh to the principal. Under the school’s zero-tolerance policy, the child was suspended because he, quote, "used food to make an inappropriate gesture."