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Peugeot Car Concept July 25, 2007

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The next generation cars: the futuristic Peugeot


Spectacular Video of A Meteor July 24, 2007

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Video of space debris breaking up in the atmosphere LIVE during Good Day Colorado around 6:15 a.m. Thursday, January 4, 2007

SkyFOX pilot Rob Marshall and photojournalist Josh White captured the event at about 6:15 a.m. Mountain Standard Time while they were flying over Denver.

The World’s deadliest commute: July 24, 2007

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From CNN: They are the arteries that keep Mumbai’s economy ticking, rattling 6 million people a day to offices, shops and factories. But arriving safe and sound for work after a trip on Mumbai’s clogged railways is no mean feat.

On average 4,000 people die a year on Mumbai’s railways, crushed under trains, electrocuted by overhead power lines or killed as they lean from jam-packed carriages to gasp for air. It is perhaps the world’s deadliest commute. (more)…

Revolutionizing Outer Space Style July 23, 2007

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A new spacesuit for future astronauts is being developed by MIT.

For 40 years astronauts have been lumbering around space in the same heavy, energy-sapping suits — and that is what Dava Newman, professor of aeronautics, astronautics and engineering systems at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, wants to change. Newman and her team of researchers have just unveiled a promising new prototype called the BioSuit: a sleek, white, clingy outfit, whose revolutionary design has the potential to make astronauts feel as agile and au courant as Spider-Man. (more)..

The latest Cosmic Discovery: Say hello to Frank July 21, 2007

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There’s mighty Jupiter, dubbed after the paramount god of Roman mythology. Pluto, whose name was inspired by the god of the underworld. Mercury, its title bestowed in honor of the winged messenger.

Then there’s Frank.


The oddball name has been temporarily given to Saturn’s 60th moon, the European Space Agency (ESA) said here on Friday.

The newly-discovered satellite of the Solar System’s second largest planet was spotted by astronomers led by Carl Murray of Queen Mary College at the University of London. (more)…

Magic or Physics July 17, 2007

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The tallest meets the shortest.. July 16, 2007

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Unlock your car with a Tennis Ball July 15, 2007

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iPhone Field Test Mode Lets You Spy On The AT&T Network July 14, 2007

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Interesting AT&T stuff you can get by dialing *3001#12345#* on your iPhone

Richard Baguley, chief cellular ninja over at WirelessInfo.com, just published a number that, when called, turns your iPhone into a mobile field testing station. Suddenly, up pops a new menu (as you can see on our own iPhone at left) that provides detailed reporting on strengths and characteristics of the cell towers in your area, plus a load of other nerdy networky factoids. In other words, you can see things that AT&T might not want you to see…(more)

Creepy: First McDonalds Commercial July 12, 2007

Posted by ionicflux in Entertainment, Food.
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