Somehow modern technology caught these ninja's on tape which makes me suspect of their validity and real identity!! However, in case they are not fraudulent karate kids but real trained killers beware. You never know when they may strike again.
Scott Baio takes us back in time to check out some 80's revivals. Remember the days of cassette tapes? Well check out these siiick styles featuring all your favorite old school cassette classics. Thanks Scott Baio!
So functional! Has breakfast ever been any easier? Now get your shot of green tea and ego waffles all in one sitting. Now I'm waiting for a toaster/french press concoction that runs off of solar energy. Maybe in a few years!
Travel the slopes in style just like this wild cave woman! These knitted ear muffs have a built in Mp3 capabilities. What better way to avoid conversation on the ski lift and the crazy yells from fellow out of control snowboarders! I just want to know do they come in puffy white or bunny ears!
Earlier this year we posted on the Custom Print Toaster. Now we have a much more compact and useful version of the utility appliance. So now you can leave a note on your breakfast or prepare a tasty toasted hamburger that says "Your buns are HOT!"
While there is still considerable debate about what, exactly, killed off the dinosaurs, one of the most compelling theories is that Mexico did it. Or, rather, that 65 million years ago, a 10-kilometer-wide meteor slammed into the landmass that would later become part of contemporary Mexico -- thereby throwing a huge chunk of that same proto-Mexican landmass into the atmosphere, wreaking untold environmental havoc across the entire planet and killing off the infamous thunder lizards in the process.
The primary geographic feature that this meteor left behind is the Chicxulub Crater. It's about 180 kilometers in diameter, it makes up much of the northern edge of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, and it stretches well into the Atlantic Ocean. It's also only the third-largest confirmed impact crater on the planet.
Second place goes to Canada, which is home to Ontario's Sudbury Basin. This too is the result of a 10-kilometer-wide meteor impact, though Canada's event took place much earlier -- 1.8 billion years ago.
This space rock, however, blasted out a crater 250 kilometers wide. But the intervening millennia have helped soften the edges of this formation, leaving the modern Sudbury basin obviously discernible at only about 62 kilometers wide. The Canadian crater is also a bit more productive than Chicxulub, as the impact deposited significant amounts of precious metals in the local geology, making Sudbury one of the world's leading mining communities.
Still, even the metal-rich Sudbury basin must take a back seat to the world's largest astrobleme (the technical term for a meteor impact crater): South Africa's 300-kilometer-wide Vredefort Crater. Again, a 10-kilometer-wide meteor slammed into mother Earth, in this case about 2 billion years ago, with a force sufficient to vaporize 70 cubic kilometers of rock.
The Vredefort impact was so powerful that the rock beneath the impact point actually rebounded, creating a raised dome at the center of the crater and generating a ripple of ringed crater-rims that radiate out from the center. Such features rarely survive in Earth's tectonically active geosphere; however, the Vredefort crater was significant enough that traces of its multi-ring crater are still detectable. There is no larger confirmed impact crater on the planet.
Still, as grand as Vredefort Crater is, it's a mere piker compared to the biggest, widest impact crater found in our local solar system -- one more than eight times as wide as Vredefort's most generous estimated diameter.
WHERE IS THE LARGEST IMPACT CRATER IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM?
These high heels have built in GPS with an audible alarm. An emergency signal can be relayed to either police or social workers if they find themselves in a bad situation! Luckily they look a little too expensive for my ladies!
Let's go back in time to the 80's with Scott Baio and check out these ridiculous fanny packs. I think I like the pink and black Burton Fanny Pack! But I could see myself sporting the red sequined mouse fanny pack as well. Thanks 80's and thank you Mr. Baio!
Imagine writing some notes down in class and being able to store those notes digitally so that you can upload it to your computer. That is what this Fly Fusion Pen claims it can do...plus it can play MP3s!