Einstein's Brain How Smart Can We Get? David Pogue Terri Randall Sian Beilock Profile 33 Awesome DIY Projects For Preppers by Todd Walker DiY skills may one day turn a tinkering hobby into life-saving knowledge. Turning book knowledge into useful stuff takes initiative. You have to start somewhere. QWOP About QWOP is a Flash-based video game created by independent game developer Bennett Foddy, in which the player attempts to run down a track to cross a finish line. The game is known for its intentionally frustrating control system, with each limb being controlled individually. Origin
36 DIY Survival Projects Posted on Sep 08, 2010 in DIY Projects, Emergency Preparedness & Survival Source: Survival Spot by Chrystle, aka Survival Girl Ice Bucket Challenge Doing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge The Ice Bucket Challenge, sometimes called the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, is an activity involving dumping a bucket of ice water on someone's head to promote awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and encourage donations to research. It went viral on social media during July–August 2014. In the US, many people participate for the ALS Association, and in the UK, many people participate for the Motor Neurone Disease Association, although some individuals have opted to donate their money from the Ice Bucket Challenge to other organizations.
M40 Project - Dollar Survival Knife M40's Dollar Survival Knife Okay, so I did a 10 cent survival knife. Now it's time to go high end... this time we'll spend a whole buck. I know it's a splurge, but why the heck not? WWF – Wonder World Fur On the occasion of 40 years of WWF France, Marcel and Publicis Argentina have designed a campaign imagining the creation of a new line of clothing and accessories based on imaginary animal fur called Wonder World Fur, whose collection is on sale. Very successful shots made by Mark Seliger and two films diverting fashion codes to discover more.
Paracord Belt With Carabiner Buckle (More of on this and other belt/buckle designs at This is what you end up with - A one and three quarter inch wide paracord belt with a removable 3000lb carabiner at one end and a 2500lb triangle D-ring at the other. The webbing should be good for around 7000lb, with the seven down and back runs. The whole belt comes apart with a quick undo of the knot hidden behind the D-ring, giving you just over 100' of paracord. The first pic is most of what you need to make one, more or less, including the table, or a board, or something to but the clamps on. Oval carabiners seem to work well, the second pic is a 4"X2" 18kN Black Diamond. Tricycle House pedal-powered RV offers lots of home comforts The idea of living life on the road in an RV can be appealing. Unfortunately, most RV’s aren’t very environmentally friendly, nor are they self-sufficient. However, the Tricycle House isn’t like most RV’s, as it relies on pedal power to move between destinations, and boasts several pieces of clever folding furniture to provide those much-needed home comforts. View all Conceived by architectural firm People’s Industrial Design Office (PIDO) for 2012’s “Get It Louder” Exhibition in Beijing, the Tricycle House addresses the fact that private ownership of land is not permitted in China.
Yes, That’s A Tampon In My Mouth: The Swiss Army Survival Tampon — 10 Survival Uses Do me a favor for the next five minutes. Try to forget everything you know about tampons. I know, it’s hard. But pretend that this is the first time you have ever seen or heard of the item below, and it is a new survival product on the market: the Tactical Adventure Medical Preparedness Outdoors Necessity (T.A.M.P.O.N.).