15-year-old high school freshman Jack Andraka was awarded the $75,000 grand prize at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair this week for his development of a new method to detect pancreatic cancer. In the video above he explains his invention, how he came up with the idea, and its application toward other potentially fatal cancers.
Down 4-2, a 5-year-old boy enters a soccer match thinking he's a real member of the team. The other squad plays along as the boy dribbles the ball toward the goal. What happens next the kid will remember his whole life.
It was two outs with the bases loaded when the pitcher wound up. He then suddenly turned around and threw toward second base. The runner on third went for home plate, but what he (and everyone else it seems) didn't know was that the pitcher kept the ball all along, and easily tossed the ball home for the final out.