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Men fart an average of 17 times a day, and women fart an average of 9 times a day. If you fart constantly for 6 years, 9 months and 23 days you would produce enough gas to explode an atomic bomb. The longest ever penis recorded by scientists is 13.5 inches. Humans are only second to cats for having the dirtiest mouths.
Applied Materials, the number one supplier of silicon chip fabrication systems to every big-name player (Intel, IBM, AMD, TMSC, Samsung…) has revealed the first commercial machine that can create transistors by manipulating single layers of atoms. Dubbed the Centura Integrated Gate Stack system, this machine will be the key to creating 22nm high-κ transistors, and a major proponent in the shift to sub-22nm FinFET “3D” transistors. To manufacture today’s 32-nanometer chips we are already dealing with layers of silicon, silicon dioxide, and dielectrics that are just a few atoms thick. Centura is simply the next step in fabrication, allowing chipmakers to build their transistors one layer of atoms at a time. It does this with a process called atomic layer deposition ( ALD ). ALD is fundamentally a set of complementary chemical reactions that can grow the layers of a metal gate transistor one atom at a time.
The 3D-printing gun enthusiasts are at it again coming up with master plans to democratize weapons manufacturing, and this time, they’re doing it in the name of the First Amendment. That’s right. The Second Amendment is important too, but according to the visionaries at the loosely organized advocacy group Defense Distributed, this mission is all about freedom of information. They’re calling it the “Wiki Weapon Project” . The ultimate goal: create a deadly 3D-printed handgun that anybody can assemble in the comfort of their own home. This is really happening.
<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-17961" title="survival-shotgun-artofmanliness-t-shirt-3" src="http://content.artofmanliness.com/uploads//2011/06/survival-shotgun-artofmanliness-t-shirt-3.jpg" alt="" width="400" height="297" /> Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Creek Stewart of Willow Haven Outdoor. As a Survival and Preparedness instructor, I take my line of work very seriously–sometimes too seriously. Occasionally, though, I like to take on survival projects that are just downright fun. This article highlights one of those projects. I’m fortunate in that I’ve been able to turn my passion into my profession–this being the study of Survival and Preparedness.
By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 02:39 GMT, 26 April 2012 | UPDATED: 03:18 GMT, 26 April 2012 A woman starved to death after embarking on a spiritual journey which involved giving up food and water and attempting to exist on nothing but sunlight.
The following is a list of martial arts practised in Shaolin Kung Fu . Although they are commonly called "72 Shaolin martial arts", they are four different versions of these 72 skills, hence there are actually more than 72 in total. [ edit ] Diamond Finger The Diamond Finger (一指金剛法 Yī zhǐ jīngāng fǎ ; literally: One Finger Vajra Skill) allows the practitioner to cause damage to an opponent's internal organs by knocking at the opponent's chest. The practitioner trains by striking hard objects with his finger repeatedly over time to increase striking power.
Brain Stimulation Unit, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke It turns out that one of the ways you can speed up a microprocessor – shoving more current into it – also works on the human brain. The technique is called t ranscranial direct current stimulation , and while bioethicists are debating whether or not it’s ethical to use it to enhance learning in children , hobbyists have figured out how to try it out at home.
Trololololololololololo man Feb 28, 2010 6:00 PM Added to Youtube in November of 2009 the Video "Я очень рад, ведь я, наконец, возвращаюсь домой" had only few views until it was posted into several music blogs in march of 2010. In a week more than 1 million people watched the Trololololololololololo man sing his song. The title translates into 'I am very glad, because I’m finally back home'. The Singer is called Eduard Anatolyevich Khil born in 1934 who performed this song at a TV-Show in 1976.
About a year and a half ago I posted a list of memoirs penned by authors who wrote for the pulp fiction magazines during the golden age of pulps. My list was pretty lame: it only consisted of 6 titles. Then my long-suffering friends from the pulp magazine groups contributed about 20 more, which were added as comments. I promised at the time that I would eventually repost everything all in one blog. Well, now it's happening, a year and a half later.
If you're looking for a few good laughs, check out Brainless Tales, a once-a-day comic by a man named Marcus. He calls it "weird daily art masquerading as a daily comic." Search through his archives and you'll find some hidden gems, especially when he sneaks in some internet/pop culture references. From his website: "Cartoons and games are fun to make, but they also consume a great deal of time in their construction, like building a dam with sticks and beaver tails. I wanted some instant gratification for my pen work, and so Brainless Tales was born in 2007.