Water, Water, everywhere; nor any drop to drink. The plight of the Ancient Mariner is about to be alleviated thanks to a firm of eco-inventors from Canada who claim to have found the solution to the world's worsening water shortages by drawing the liquid of life from an unlimited and untapped source - the air.
The newest extreme sport?
A kitten with two faces was born yesterday at a veterinary clinic in Perth, Australia. A newspaper photographer was at the clinic to shoot pictures of greyhounds when the birth occurred, and took the opportunity to snap pictures of the newborn kitten.
This is faked very well...
A superhard substance that is more slippery than Teflon could protect mechanical parts from wear and tear, and boost energy efficiency by reducing friction.
Get your own supercomputer. Experience cluster level computing performance -- up to 250 times faster than standard PCs and workstations -- right at your desk. The NVIDIA Tesla Personal Supercomputer is based on the revolutionary NVIDIA CUDA parallel computing architecture and powered by up to 960 parallel processing cores.
GotGame is giving gamers something to do during their bouts of boredom. The company has released Rogue, a web browser based on WebKit and Adobe’s AIR platform that integrates directly into most of today’s popular gamer, allowing users to swap between their game and the web with a single hotkey.
A handful of bloggers have been abuzz in the past week with news of the latest under-the-radar Burger King promotion. The fast food chain has dispensed agents across major U.S. cities to “lose” wallets. However, when unsuspecting passersby find these wallets and open them, they discover an interesting message.
I could have flown to Europe.I could have hopped a budget long-haul and touched down in Cyprus a day or two after leaving Australia. Instead I found myself diving the Maldives, dodging pirates off Yemen and sailing up the Suez Canal. Some extreme cruise ship? Nope, this was a yacht delivery.
Even though Schiff has predicted this whole market down turn the CNBC talking heads still can't agree with the truth pouring out of Peter Schiff's head. Schiff's prediction is gold at $2000 an ounce in 2009.