No, they’re not preparing to attack a giant ship, just taking a nap. This photo was taken off the coast of Azores.
This is a force feedback USB controller device that simulates the feeling of a slingshot. All the controls found in the game are available in this device. You can control the pull, the angle, and trigger the special power of the bird. Still, I find that Angry Birds is just a noob version of Worms.
Here are some great ideas of buildings that could last through the climatic changes going on Earth now and in the future:
This is the Seascraper, a community of homes, offices, and recreational space that was designed with the intention of slowing urban sprawl. This “city” will be powered by underwater turbines and solar energy and will also keep marine populations afloat, with a buoyant reef and a source of food for the fishes and other living creatures.
This is the Floating Recycling Center. This will attract plastic instead of marine life in an effort to reduce the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, also known as the Eastern Pacific Garbage Patch.
This is the Waterscraper. It is envisioned as a tubelike underwater residence and lab—all designed to withstand crushing water pressures.
Source: National Geographic.
Did you know that there’s a pink lake in Australia? It’s called Hillier Lake and it’s located above the Islands, Western Australia Recherce in the Kalbarri Region. The lake’s color is related to a specific species of green algae and bacteria. And since it is a salt lake and when it becomes very salty (saltier than sea water) and the temperature becomes really high the pink halobacteria starts growing at the bottom of the lake making the lake turn pink.
This simple tutorial shows you how to make a refrigerator using only two pots, sand, water and a towel. This is called a zeer pot, or a pot-in-pot, and was rebirthed by Mohammed Bah Abba, who put the laws of thermodynamics to work for mankind. Oh, and it runs completely without electricity.
Here’s another great idea for all you geeks out there. Are you afraid that you have too many video games at home and no books? Think that your friends or dates will frown when they see this? Just cover them in these nifty Penguin paperbacks and you’re all good. No one’s gonna look carefully at them anyway. And even if they do, a lot of video game names sound like they could also be books too. For maximum win you could also change the company names with fictional authors.