Shotgun Revolver

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A revolver is an elegant weapon.  Simple to operate, simple to clean, simple to fix.  You control the rate of fire, you control the spent shells, you control just about everything about it.  I like that, I like control.  I also like Glocks, but my end of the world arsenal will include multiple .44 magnums, … Continued

Mind the Mine

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I like me the military. That’s a known fact. I also like me some one of a kind furniture pieces. And these repurposed naval mines as furniture is really up my alley. You can get genuine Soviet Naval mines circa 1940+ turned into super cool living room furniture. There are choices from a fireplace or … Continued

Slow Motion Life

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High Speed digital photography is nothing new, and with Mythbusters using their high speed camera at every irrelevant moment, it’s something we’ve all gotten alittle too used to.  That is until you see some every day occurrences done with it, and you realize that all that science they Mythbusters use their high speed camera for … Continued

Ted’s Caving Page

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Ok, so I might be 6 to 10 years off on this, but it’s the first time I’ve come across it, and let me just say that it is riveting.  I won’t spoil it much for you, but I will give you a short summary.  Two guys go cave exploring, and dig up more then … Continued

Jurassic Park will be real

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This infographic shows what scientists hope to do within 4 years, or so claims The Telegraph.  Using some new techniques scientists have been able to clone a mouse whose DNA has been frozen for 16 years.  That’s not bad, now they want to make the jump to 5,000 year old wooly mammoth DNA. Personally, I … Continued

The Day The Music Died

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On February 03, 1959, The Music Died, at least according to Don McLean, and because of that, most of the American public, at least the ones that understand the song.  And let’s be honest, you can’t call yourself an American and not like that song.  Understanding it is a totally different thing, but liking it, … Continued

Rings of Saturn Ride

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I’m not one for amusement park rides, in fact, outside of Rollercoaster Tycoon, I hate amusement parks.  I wouldn’t even think of going near this ride, but I would love to see it in full sized action.  It honestly looks like the inventor, Thomas Casey, knows exactly what he’s doing, and is some strange cross … Continued

Ski Pride

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I’m a skier, have been for ages, and one thing I always loved about skiing is the lift tickets.  They were stickers that you put on metal hangers on your jacket’s zipper, or special lift ticket holder.  The stickerness of them allowed you to layer pass on top of pass.  Over time I’ve seen people … Continued