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Ants are SOME builders! This is how a colony looks from inside
posted April 14 2011 21:00.16 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Ants are indeed great builders. The dig deep and greedy into the ground, making unbelievably complicated structures, with ventilation paths, rooms and corridors. In order to reveal...

[Via: pcbheaven forum]    [Link: broodkiller]
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Tags: environment   animals   health & nature   unsolved mystery   revealed   extreme   



Scientists closer to resurrect mammoths
posted April 11 2011 20:09.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It will not be done like in Jurassic park with mosquitoes and frogs. A new technique was pioneered in 2008 by Dr. Teruhiko Wakayama of the Riken Centre for Developmental Biology...

[Link: telegraph]
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Tags: clones   research   health & nature   science   animals   unsolved mystery   innovations   biotechnology   history   extreme   








This is the skull of Pac-Man!!!
posted April 8 2011 21:15.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis




You do know Pac-Man, who doesn't. It seems though, that the artist Le Gentil Garcon knows the ball-eating yellow creature well from the inside! After studying human and animal...

[Link: Le Gentil Garçon]
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Tags: extreme   crazy designs   crazy photo/video   games and fun   gaming   artistic   



VASIMIR plasma thruster Fires At Full Power
posted April 7 2011 20:52.44 by Giorgos Lazaridis




VASIMIR stands for "Variable Specific Impulse Magneto-plasma Rocket", and it is a plasma thruster that NASA has just agreed to test out in Earth orbit, potentially aboard the ISS...

[Link: adastrarocket]
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Tags: physics   mechanical   research   science   space related   innovations   futuristic   extreme   rocket   



Dummies are perfect test-pilots for DIY Jet-Packs
posted April 7 2011 20:36.29 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It seems that those who make DIY Jet Packs face the same problem: No one wants to be the test pilot, i wonder why... This dude over here though found a solution to this: He strapped...

[Via: dvice]    [Link: MartinJetPack]
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Tags: crazy hack   mechanical   jet pack   model   crazy photo/video   extreme   








This is how galaxies interact each other
posted April 6 2011 19:48.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Stars are relatively far to each other, so an interaction between them is extremely rare. But galaxies are relatively close. Such galaxies pass close enough to each other that their...

[Link: HubbleSiteChannel]
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Tags: simulation   telescope   revealed   extreme   documentary   animation   crazy photo/video   space related   



This mechanical bird looks so real that may get shot
posted April 3 2011 18:04.42 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Festo is known for the top quality pressurized air systems, but not only. Festo has a division named Bionic Learning Network, in which researchers try to develop pneumatic systems...

[Link: festo]
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Tags: robot   inventions   mechanical   research   pneumatic   science   model   biotechnology   extreme   futuristic   



Grenadier's guide to High Voltage!
posted March 23 2011 21:55.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I've featured in the past many projects from teravolt. This time, i got an email from intructables user grenadier about a new guide, titled "Grenadier's guide to High Voltage". At...

[Link: grenadier]
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Tags: how it works   extreme   theory/tutorial   articles   electronic project   physics   diy   high voltage   








Hot-testing a 54.000 lb rocket is cool!
posted March 19 2011 20:41.30 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne has completed a series of hot-fire tests of the 52,000-54,000lb-thrust Bantam demonstration engine for a "pusher" launch abort system on Boeing's CST-100...

[Via: Pratt & Whitne]    [Link: theworacle]
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Tags: mechanical   research   rocket   space related   fire   extreme   

















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