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The 787 flew yesterday.
Obama has promised to close Guantánamo Bay by early next year, but the question remains–what do we do with the terrorists / enemy combatants currently held there? Speaker Pelosi doesn’t want them at Alcatraz. Senator Roberts doesn’t want them at … Continue reading
This datacenter is built in a former cold-war military bunker 30m under bedrock in Stockholm, Sweden. It’s looks like a set for a James Bond’s villian’s lair.
Peruse this list, if you please. I know all of you have had some thoughts of your own. Let’s hear them.
Bucket Wheel Excavators are large and extremely powerful critters. Keeping them fed and well exercised is a serious concern for anyone who chooses to keep one as a pet, as the photos at the other end of that link make … Continue reading
NEMO 33 is a dive facility in Brussels which is really impressive. It contains 2,500,000 of water and has a number of interesting features such as permanent dive bells, submerged caves, and anchor points for adapting the pool to specific … Continue reading
After 5 years and $93 million, L.A.’s famed Griffith Observatory has re-opened.
The Golden Rock in Myanmar is worth your time. Follow this link to learn more about this ancient shrine.
Boeing announced the successful first flight of the 747 LCF on September 9 in Taipei. Take a look at the first picture in order to get an idea of what we are talking about here. That’s a 747-400 in the … Continue reading
The next generation in luxury hotels is coming. Introducing Poseidon Undersea Resorts– the world’s first sea floor holiday resort. In the waters off a “magnificent” private island in Fiji the digs boast suites with panoramic views of the ocean, a … Continue reading
Some of you may be familiar with the Guedelon project, but I certainly wasn’t and came upon an interesting article on it today. The basic gist is that craftsmen are working on the construction of a historically accurate medieval castle … Continue reading
The Burj Al Arab made their helipad over as a tennis court and had Agassi and Federer knock some balls back and forth for a promotion leading up to the Dubai Duty Free Men’s open. This follows their previous press … Continue reading
Great photos of a diamond mine in Eastern Siberia at this site. The mine is 525 meters deep and 1.25 km in the diameter.