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The Evolution of the English Alphabet (GIF)

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How the human brain works

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How to bake cheeseburger cupcakes

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Worlds Biggest Alarm Clock

Welcome to my entry to edge.ca "Worlds Biggest" contest. This is what has gotten me to school and work on time for the last 4 years. I mounted a large air cylinder to the head of my bed and a valve controlled by a computer which I program to wake me up in the morning.

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How To Build A House in A Day

This is a wood framing technology, originally from Japan, that I led the effort to transfer to the USA. Essentially a small group of untrained people can erect an entire house frame in 1-3 days, depending on the size of the structure.

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Great Demolition

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Water balloon's in zero gravity

Testing done on water balloon's in zero gravity

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Mindstorms Autofabrik

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LSD Testing (British Troops)

A crew of British military men were each given LSD-25 (Acid) while on the field. Here is what happened:

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28 positions kamasutra, one for each day

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Space Shuttle Ascent Footage

A synchronized collection of space shuttle launch footage. Featuring footage from STS-97, STS-102 and STS-112.

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Candle flames in microgravity

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Electric-Pen

Electric-Pen Fantastic idea try it !

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How To Hack Google!

Hack Google 1. inurl:"viewframe?mode=motion" intitle:"Live View / - axis" 2. "robots.txt" "dissallow:" filetype:txt 3. inurl:vtipvt "service.pwd" 4. inurl:"phphotoalbum/upload" 5. "vnc desktop" inurl:5800 6. inurl"port_255" -htm

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Tour of the International Space Station

Think know the International Space Station? Take this NASA tour to learn more about one of the most challenging projects in the history of exploration! There's more information at www.nasa.gov/station

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Huygens' Landing on Titan

New views of the most distant touchdown ever made by a spacecraft were released by NASA, ESA & the Univ. of Arizona. The movies show the dramatic descent of the Huygens probe to the surface of Saturn's moon Titan on Jan. 14, 2005. The movies were put together with data from the Descent Imager/Spectral Radiometer during the 147-minute descent.

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Dynamic sculpture with ferrofluid

Sachiko Kodama's "Morpho Tower": "This work is conceptualized as an "organic tower." The magnetic fluid, with a smooth black surface that seems to draw you in, reaches the top of the tower, spreading like a fractal, defying gravity. The form and texture of the physical surface of the tower constantly alter between the hard iron core and the changing form of soft fluid. This is a dynamic sculpture, with reactable fluid surface".

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Richard Hammond presents Bloody Omaha (The Graphics)

How 3 graphic designers created D-Day on a shoe string budget for the TIMEWATCH program "Bloody Omaha"...

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Fun With Science - Playing with CO2 Dry-Ice Explosions

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Fastest Way To Tie A Tie - A New Genus Record

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