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Mystery of the Flickering Red Lights in the White House Grips the Internet

Internet-fueled conspiracy theories have plagued US politics over the last year and made voters on both sides of the aisle appear to be reactionary maniacs. But conspiracy theories can also be fun. And the entirely benign saga of red lights flashing in the windows of the second-floor residence of the White House is…

Watch a Huge Crowd of People Miraculously Make Way for an Ambulance to Get Through

I think parting the Red Sea is easier than getting a huge crowd of people at a festival to make way for an ambulance but hey, miracles do happen. This horde participating in a Ganesh Visarjan in Pune, India is proof of that. The street was smothered with people but when an ambulance van started approaching, the street…

First person view of a motorcycle ambulance driving with its siren on

What’s crazier than riding a motorcycle in a city? Being a motorcycle ambulance in a city during rush hour with your siren on. Cars are everywhere so you have to split lanes at high speed while staying mindful of idiot drivers who are in your way and somehow get to your destination on time without killing yourself. So…

Get Out of the Way: A History of How Ambulance Lights Save Lives Get Out of the Way: A History of How Ambulance Lights Save Lives

For as ear-piercing as ambulance sirens are, you’d think they’d be better alert systems. Truth is: they’re shockingly ineffective. Drivers register the sound only at close proximity and at very low speeds. Guessing from which direction the ambulance will appear is always tricky, too—especially when the new Daft Punk…

The Flying Ambulance of Tomorrow The Flying Ambulance of Tomorrow

In the 1920s, just as some imagined rooftop airports for the aeroplane commuter of the future, others figured there would soon be a market for flying automobiles.

Jaambaaro Vehicle Puts the Rickshaw in Ambulance Jaambaaro Vehicle Puts the Rickshaw in Ambulance

All joking aside, there are plenty of places in the world where getting speedy medical attention is difficult. And that's where the Jaambaaro concept from designer Benoît Angibaud comes in. It's a two-person pedal-powered ambulance, designed to get the sick and wounded to hospital in areas where motor vehicles are…

Israeli Institute Plans Battlefield Medevac UAVs Israeli Institute Plans Battlefield Medevac UAVs

You may think someone over in Israel's Fisher Institute for Air and Space Strategic Studies had been watching one too many episodes of The Jetsons, but no... this is a real project. It looks like an Israeli consortium, led by the Fisher Institute, is attempting to put together the world's first unpiloted battlefield…

WiFi Ambulance Just Ta' Connect Ya' WiFi Ambulance Just Ta' Connect Ya'

If it's portable, why shouldn't it have WiFi? That's what ambulance service provider American Medical Response (AMS) believes. And to prove it, the company is showing off a vehicle that includes an InMotion cellular Internet backhaul connection with WiFi to let paramedics hook up laptops and PDAS to a home base, then…

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