In our never-ending series about vertigo and where people don’t want to go (and go anyway), here is a case of where people cannot go without tools and where goats will go anyway.
Over the next two days, the web site may see some perturbation. We are changing the server in order to avoid a possible risk of disk failure and to bring some needed additional performance. We will try our best to ensure that this will be as invisible as possible, buy I apologize in advance for… Read More
You certainly knew that the great movie director, Alfred Hitchcock, was used to, first in order to reduce budgets, then merely for fun, keep one little cameo appearance in each of his movies, sometimes even a small role. An Internet user collected them all (nearly) in a single sequence. YouTube link
It should be easy: Move my flat to Singapore, were it was build on top of a 55 level building. Then, I would have a private 150-meter long pool, seemingly set a few inches from the precipice. Source: DailyMail.
Did you known what is happening before the Tetris blocks fall from the top of the screen? As a matter of fact, you should know that it’s ugly, scary and has something to do with Space Invaders.
The solution is here: http://pugcleaner.com/ Your screen may not thank Xtian for this idea!
Did you know it? Marula is a kind of fig quite common in Sub-saharian Africa that is (too) much appreciated by elephants and many other animals. But when it get old and ripe, it starts fermenting quickly. Then, this worthless fruit should receive the warning label like “Drink responsibly” or “Don’t drink and drive”. YouTube… Read More
photo credit: Marco Bellucci So, as suggested, you used Yahoo! Answers to grab the attention of Yahoo! users (and Yahoo! search engine) and of people who have questions to ask. So, you thought that this was the end of it? Of course not. Even if Yahoo! has a great legion of followers (specially in the… Read More
YouTube link If you’re not a scientist and you don’t understand these, there is no shame to feel. Some scientists are just wondering what this is all about… Source: Brian Malow on Fora.tv.
You already saw fine impressive car crash tests on Roumazeilles.net, but did you know that NASA recently dropped a helicopter from 35 feet high in order to check how it will sustain the shock? YouTube link
Exactly one century ago, died Samuel Langhorne Clemens (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910), better-known by his pen name Mark Twain. So, why not celebrate this with a few tidbits about him? For example, the only known video showing Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) at home with his two daughters Clara and Jean: YouTube link… Read More
The fashion of drawing fractals is a memory of the past (it was probably linked to the first appearance of computers able to collate the computing power for the needed calculations and the display capacity for complex images). But the pleasure is all mine to find this HD video which sends us into a Mandelbrot… Read More
No! green light does no reduce accident numbers. A generous light helps in improving security. But this uses a lot of electricity and it would be preferable to ensure that it comes from a sustainable source. This is the concept proposed by TAK Studio which uses the atmospheric turbulences produced by vehicles passing on the… Read More
Beards, they are amazing, full of surprises, flowering with novelty. Do you want some evidence? You can join the competition for the beard holding the largest number of wooden toothpicks: If you feel a pinch, don’t accuse the beard! In order to stay on the competition field, there was this beard contest in Alaska in… Read More
Yes! This cat is driving a Roomba. YouTube link