Showing posts from March, 2010

'69 GTO controlled by an iPod touch

Dave Phipps is a man who has linked up a '69 Pontiac GTO to his iPod touch -- he's been reconstructing these automobiles for a while, and this peculiar one was collected of a farm for just $400. It is value is a lot more than that at present, / Why? Because he has substituted all of the cabling in the car and remotely linked it to his iPod, so he can do a lot of things just by using his ipod.

US and Russia Cuts Nuclear Deal

A year ago President Barack Obama postulated a world without nuclear weapons. Recently, the United States and Russia have accorded to cut down the number of deployed nuclear warheads by more than 25%. The White House hopes this accord to be the first in a long line of aspirant cuts.

Later on all, the fresh nuclear treaty would still leave 1,600 warheads deployed on every side, with 1000s more in reposition.

The pact still demands to be settled, signed by the presidents and authorized by their respective legislative organic structures.

Read more on NY Times

Smartmeter - Save Energy in your Home

Smart way to meter from West Sussex County Council on Vimeo.
SmartMeter is a cool gadget if you want to know the exact amount of electricity you're using day by day and the money it costs. This will help you reduce the energy consumption.

How many oranges one need to power an iPhone

Everybody knows that few slices of oranges can power a digital clock. How many many oranges do you need to power an iPhone?
The answer is 2380. 
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LHC Experiment (March 30) - Simulate Big Bang

The European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) alleged that it would try to accomplish ultra high energy collisions between 2 infinitesimal beams of particles at a fused accelerate of 7.0 TeV (teraelectronvolts) in the world's most knock-down particle accelerator next Tuesday.

"Just lining the beams up is a challenge in itself: it’s a bit like firing needles across the Atlantic and getting them to collide half way," said CERN’s Director for Accelerators and Technology, Steve Myers.

The 3.9 billion euro (5.6 billion dollars) Large Hadron Collider (LHC) was resumed after a winter break down  and it's ready for this new stage of the experiment.

It is believed that it might take a few hours up to a few days to accomplish the collisions once the experiment starts.

CERN's previous, much less powerful energy collider took three days to record collisions in 1989 from the moment the attempt started.

In order to recreate the big bang at a micro - scale, the experim…

Tesla The Race to Zero Point Free Energy ( Documentary ZPE )

Via Google Video

Oxigen 3d Animation

Oxygen from Christopher Hendryx on Vimeo.

Amazing 3D educative video that will help students learn more about chemical elements.

This is Oxygen, produced at the Ringling College of Art + Design as my thesis for the department of Computer Animation.

Learn a little bit of basic chemistry while watching Oxygen try to make friends in Element-ary school. Expect future shorts with these characters late 2010!

A Remote Control Just for Men

Ok, this remote control is every man's dream.  It allows you to control up to 9 components, with 630 preset codes for easy setting and 12 one touch system control functions allowing for 16 consecutive operations with a single button press, high powered infrared for increased range and better wide angle operation, memory backup of your programmed codes and macros, illuminated buttons. But the most important thing is the bottle opener.

more info on CraziestGadgets

Hubble 3D in IMAX - Experience the Awesomeness

Nature by Numbers

A movie inspired on numbers, geometry and nature, by Cristóbal Vila. Astonishing and aesthetical work. The visual display of the Fibonacci Numbers and the development and implications it bears it is most interesting and much gentler to apprehend. Distinguished option of music. Tremendous C.G.

Because evolution attempts to deduce order from chaos, natural selection keeps on pushing species to establish pattern and ratios. There are so many amazing things we can found nature, outside of desoxyribonucleic acid, that is truly random and amazing.

official website

Nanotech robots deliver gene therapy via blood

A team of researchers in California Institute of Technology in Pasadena have produced tiny nanoparticle robots that can move through human blood and into tumours where they deliver a therapy that puts off an crucial cancer gene.

The tiny polymer robots are covered with a protein addressed as transferrin that search out a receptor or molecular doorway on numerous different types of tumors.

When the nano robots ascertain the cancer cell and get inside, they collapse, expelling minuscule intrusive RNAs or siRNAs that block a gene that constructs a cancer growth protein called ribonucleotide reductase.

"In the particle itself, we've built what we call a chemical sensor," Mark Davis, a professor of chemical engineering, who led the study said in a phone interview.

In the first phase of this experimental treatment, the team of researchers applied doses of the pointed nanoparticles 4 times across 21 days in a 30-minute intravenous infusion.

Tumour samples acquired of 3 patient…