Installation 01

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Community re-built games have a tendency to look amazing, but never get anywhere.  I’ve never heard of Installation 01, but they just released a trailer for their work, you can watch it here: It’s a pretty damn good trailer, and it’s amazing at how closely it seems to have followed the source material of primarily … Continued

Hidden Tombs

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Europe is full of old stuff.  So many old things are so old that it’s not a surprise to people when records are misplaced, and memories lost to time.  That just so happens to have been the case under the floor of St. Mary’s Church in London.  While renovating the church in order to turn … Continued

The Photo’s Rise

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For over 150 years The New York Times has been the pre-emetitive news paper of the United States.  Yes, in recent times it has started to lean more towards the left, but it still presents mostly all sides of a story.  I won’t get into the politics of the paper, that’s not worth the effort. … Continued

Glory Hole In Action

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Remember that post years and years ago about The Glory Hole.  Yea, well, here it is in action.  All the rains that California has experienced in the last few months have filled up the Dam and the spillway is in full force.  Unlike the Oroville Dam, this one in Lake Berryessa is well within guidelines. … Continued

Daily 360

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The New York Times is doing one of those 365 photo projects.  Except it’s video, and it’s 360° video.  And it’s pretty cool. I am a believer in 360°, I think it will be the future.  However, we need to get the bitrate compression better for the videos.  Everything looks like crap. You can check … Continued

1,000 Core Chip

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Researchers at UC Davis have teamed up with IBM to create a single microchip with 1,000 cores on it.  To put that into perspective, most modern computers have anywhere from 2 to 8 cores.  Chips in servers have up to a dozen cores each.  Each core is dedicated to single processes, but with 1,000 you … Continued

Self Powered Camera

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Last year researchers at Columbia came up with a camera that was self-powered.  Using the energy from light itself the camera’s sensor, they not only record an image, but power the camera completely.  They say this was achieved with regular off the shelf items, and I pretty much believe that.  But it’s quite a long … Continued

Recyclable Plastic Rings

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I’m not really sure how realistic this is, I did see it on the internet, so it could be true.  I think they would have a better chance at making it realistic if they got rid of the “green I’m better than you” vibe that the video gives off.  But hey, that’s me.  Saltwater Brewery … Continued

Pyramid Scan

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Researchers using the latest technologies have decided to scan the Great Pyramid of Giza, as well as the surrounding area.  According to their findings, there’s a void somewhere on the Eastern side of the pyramid.  What is it?  personally, I think it’s most likely the final confirmation that Aliens helped the ancient Egyptians build these … Continued

IMPACT!1!

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Have you ever wondered what happens underground when you drop something.  Or when a meteor, or comet, or missile impacts the surface of the planet (when it even makes it to the planet’s surface that is)?  I mean, the surface of the earth is easy, we have a couple of decades of nuclear blast testing … Continued