How in the world did they end up like these? Where did they learn to park their vehicles? Look at these pictures and ask yourself those questions...
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Lucky driver - It was a terrible accident on the highway. The last that the driver remembers - a bunch of metal pins flying towards him. Miraculously, he survived. How? Nobody really knew, but it was a real miracle and he was indeed a lucky driver who survived.
Monday, November 7, 2011
It’s about time we saw some new things enter our physical world. While nature tells the same old story, as big as it may be, it’s up to man to allow impossibilities to drop the prefix. Science has brought us all sorts of cures and technologies that would’ve made anyone from more than a century ago’s head explode at the thought. Explain text messaging to someone who relies on the Pony Express for swift communication. We are always being introduced to fantastic devices, usually after the military’s gotten plenty bored of just fooling around with them, almost on a per-decade basis. Remember the miracle of microwave technology or when the iPod killed CDs. We’ve not been surprised and had our minds lit up with be wonderment in a good while, so presented here are the top ten futurist inventions we should have by now, or at least pretty damn soon (you can only repackage the iPod or Xbox so many times).
10. Time Machines
|As seen in: the Back to the Future franchise, The Time Machine, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, The Twilight Zone, Terminator, Planet of the Apes, Time Bandits, Donnie Darko, Click, Futurama and countless other cartoons|
Marc Steinmetz is a superb photographer who spent some time in the late '90s photographing these tools that inmates many made for escapes.
College is a great place to learn and have fun. But let’s not kid ourselves, some degrees are as useless as the plot in a Michael Bay film. Here’s a list of 10 degrees that may be interesting, but do jack shit for you in the real world.
10. Art History
What Job You’ll End Up With: After your parents boot your ass from your bedroom to make room for anything that’s not your bedroom, you’ll wander towards the nearest coffee shop and get a job there, which will allow you to meet artists who will thank you for allowing them to put fliers by the cash register that inform people of their upcoming show that touts "the combination of art and flute".
Sunday, November 6, 2011
A viperfish is a deepwater fish in the genus Chauliodus, with long, needle-like teeth and hinged lower jaws. They grow to lengths of 30 to 60 cm (12 – 24 inches). Viperfish stay near lower depths (250–5,000 feet) in the daytime and shallow at night. Viperfish mainly stay in tropical and temperate waters. It is one of the fiercest predators in the very deep part of the sea and is believed to attack its prey by luring the victim close to itself with a light producing organ. [Wikipedia]
I can’t help wandering how it would be if I had a unicorn or pegasus for a pet? I guess it would be great! And when you come into my garden there would be three heads from one body barking at you…What a pitty they’re just myths. But, let’s take a closer look to some of those myth creatures that are most fascinating!