-A new study finds that a toenail fungus drug may be the key to defeating the coronavirus in the future. Researchers from the University of Muenster say the antifungal drug Sno-porax killed the coronavirus in lab experiments. So you’ll be healthy AND have awesome toes!
-The Daily Mail says David Ksieniewicz was recently golfing in South Carolina when he hit a ball that landed on the back of a seven-foot alligator. The alligator was unfazed by the shot and disappeared into a pond with the ball still on it’s back. (That’s a one stroke penalty…because that’s what I would have if I saw a gator on the golf course.)
-A group of high school students from Japan recently built a perfect replica of the DeLorean time machine from the “Back to the Future” movies. They created the car from scratch using sheets of steel and aluminum. The project originally began in 2016 and was passed on to future students to complete. More than 500 students worked on the DeLorean by the time it was finished. I’m just wondering where they got the plutonium for the 1.2 gigawatts for the flux capacitor! (Sora News)