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Oddity | People | Technology
Wednesday, November 30th, 2011 by Christian, No Comments
Grandma is always right.
More Canon 5Ds will be on eBay soon.
Steven Paul Jobs, * February 24, 1955, † October 5, 2011. The future we imagined as kids is closer at hand thanks to his efforts. Thank you, Steve Jobs.
Technical demo for a face swapping technique – coming with one of the next OSX updates (I guess).
Cycling | Design | Technology
Friday, September 2nd, 2011 by Christian, No Comments
The invisible airbag bicycle helmet Hövding has received the worlds largest design award, INDEX. The design award of EUR 100.000 was received during a formal ceremony in Copenhagen’s Opera House in the presence of the Danish Crown Prince and Crown Princess, during Thursday evening. Hövding was the sole winner from Europe.
Stunt | Technology
Wednesday, June 15th, 2011 by Christian, No Comments
NASA released a video of the final launch of the space shuttle ‘Endeavour’ shot from multiple cameras on the solid rocket boosters.
The Danish Documentary Blood in the Mobile shows the connection between mobile phones and the civil war in Congo. Director Frank Poulsen travels to DR Congo to see the illegal mine industry with his own eyes. He gets access to Congo’s largest tin-mine, which is being controlled by different armed groups, and where children work for days in narrow mine tunnels to dig out the minerals that end up in our phones.
Technology | World
Thursday, March 24th, 2011 by Christian, No Comments
For every person killed by nuclear power generation, 4,000 die due to coal, adjusted for the same amount of power produced. Not included are deaths due to global political instability involving oil fields, deaths from coastal flooding and deaths due to environmental impacts yet unmeasured, all of which skew it even more if you think about it. Read more.
Every day, radioactive waste created by nuclear power plants is placed in interim storages, which are vulnerable to natural disasters, man-made disasters, and to societal changes. In Finland the world’s first permanent repository is being hewn out of solid rock – a huge system of underground tunnels that must last 100.000 years as this is how long the waste remains hazardous.
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Wednesday, January 12th, 2011 by Christian, No Comments
145 km/h. What?!