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Citroen claims to have created "glasses" which cure motion sickness for 95% of sufferers. YouTube video at link.

Even better: the claim is that one only need wear them for up to 15 minutes for the brain to become acclimated to seeing an unmoving object (like a book) within a vehicle.

You would have to wear these silly-looking glasses though:

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DEyncourt wrote: Citroen claims to have created "glasses" which cure motion sickness for 95% of sufferers. YouTube video at link.

Even better: the claim is that one only need wear them for up to 15 minutes for the brain to become acclimated to seeing an unmoving object (like a book) within a vehicle.

You would have to wear these silly-looking glasses though:

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Yo' check out six eyes here.
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Bike trail bridge near Madrid, IA, lights up in an interesting way at night.

Jump forward to 1:57 in the video to see this specifically (though the bridge is rather pretty even in the daylight).
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DEyncourt wrote: Bike trail bridge near Madrid, IA, lights up in an interesting way at night.

Jump forward to 1:57 in the video to see this specifically (though the bridge is rather pretty even in the daylight).
That's beautiful.
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fiddlesticks Batman

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5dIwGAYcWk

I never really saw the cartoon, but it was about teens. I guess they grew up.
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ukimalefu wrote: fiddlesticks Batman

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5dIwGAYcWk

I never really saw the cartoon, but it was about teens. I guess they grew up.


I saw this last Friday, and all I can say is they have no clue what the f*%k they are doing.
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Prototype drive train for bicycles replaces chain.

The emphasis for this project was to remove the natural inefficiencies in traditional deraileur gears.
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Chinese CCTV camera get video of elderly man having a sinkhole open up under him. Video at link.

Fortunately he fell only about 5 feet and otherwise was reported to have been uninjured.

Do note that the digg video will go on to play something else if not stopped.
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I'd like to know a bit more about the science behind what's happening other than "see how it weakened it?"

/me pages Kirk
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juice wrote:

I'd like to know a bit more about the science behind what's happening other than "see how it weakened it?"

/me pages Kirk


Gallium eats aluminum.

Or rather, it brings aluminum into itself, creating a gallium/aluminum alloy (which is liquid and looks a lot like gallium), releasing hydrogen in the process.

Mercury does the same thing, but Gallium will penetrate the "rust" layer that aluminum forms on contact with air. So it does a much better job.
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Admittedly an advertisement for a macro lens for iPhones, watch hummingbirds feed in slo-mo.
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Walker on a slackline over huge waves.

A "slackline" as opposed to a tightrope which has enough tension to be virtually stiff.

I believe this is on the coast where surfers had achieved world records on the tallest waves ever surfed.
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I really enjoyed this review. However it will not break the pitch black ice of my soul to convince me to watch the movie.
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Metacell wrote:

I really enjoyed this review. However it will not break the pitch black ice of my soul to convince me to watch the movie.

Heheh.

Yup. It's true though.
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Pyke notte thy nostrellys
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Is that a robot voice?

I don't think so.
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Nintendo Labo - Toy-Con 3: Vehicle Kit for the Nintendo Switch.

ALMOST enough to make me want to get a Switch.
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This is just beautiful.
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Tara Strong is the voice of many current cartoon characters.

And this video tweet is for those of you who didn't get enough Tara from the above.
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Timmie, Raven, BUBBLES! Image
Aw, he's no fun, he fell right over.

Science is Truth for Life. In FORTRAN tongue the Answer.

...so I'm supposed to find the Shadow King from inside a daiquiri?
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HIT HIM IN THE DICK
Aw, he's no fun, he fell right over.

Science is Truth for Life. In FORTRAN tongue the Answer.

...so I'm supposed to find the Shadow King from inside a daiquiri?
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Photoshop specialist James Fridman "interprets" 'Shop requests. Two YouTube videos at link.

In the second video you might keep your pointer on the play/pause button because sometimes he doesn't allow the shot to persist long enough for me (at least) to read a request.
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DEyncourt wrote: Photoshop specialist James Fridman "interprets" 'Shop requests. Two YouTube videos at link.

In the second video you might keep your pointer on the play/pause button because sometimes he doesn't allow the shot to persist long enough for me (at least) to read a request.


Find his work here:

https://twitter.com/fjamie013
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