Some people seems not to know what they want. Look at this man: he cuts his hand, then gets a hand implanted, then wants it off, and now wants another hand. And you can do it recursively to infinite… The article is here.
The New Scientist magazine talks in this article about some scientists who have taken luminosity data about more than 200,000 galaxies, have interleaved them and here is the result: it’s a tone between medium aquamarine and pale turquoise. The RGB code is #A2E8CC, if you want to know.
A nice colur, isn’t it?
Done. Hell! how I hate those programs (i.e. CuteFTP) that pretend they are intelligent and you are stupid: I do not need any program to rename my files. I give them exactly the name I want.
Ok. You are a human (or so you think). You have been born a human. But, what if you were born a hobbit? Well, it’s hard to happen, but I may be.
Good, it may not be ðŸ˜€ But now you can know what would your name have been if you were born a hobbit, look at The Hobbit Name Generator (I’m Milo Grubb of Little Delving, according to that).
¿Crees en OVNIs y extraterrestres? ¿en Dios? ¿en la Creación? ¿aceptas los “dogmas” presentados por pseudocientíficos? Si la respuesta a todas estas preguntas es NO, quizá te interese darte una vuelta por ARP-SAPC (Alternativa Racional a las Pseudociencias – Sociedad Para el Avance del Pensamiento Crítico).
Nowadays few people take the pain to learn the assembly language. Most people prefer to learn C, C++, Java or simply Visual BASIC. When you talk about learning assembly, people agree: “he’s mad”. Maybe not: read this (impressive) story.
This guy should have lotta free time and also lotta money. He’s putting various things into the microwave and watching what happens.
By the way, I have the correct answer to most of the experiments he did: the microwave (really, the magnetron) broke. Of course, those (failed) experiments do not appear in the web page.
Have you ever seen an hologram? No? Now you can see them and also make them.
There are some other sites talking ’bout holography: drawn by hand, creating different types of holograms, The Holography Book, Google’s directory and Holoworld (by the creator of diode’s holography).