You have to see it to believe it - what scientist uncovered when they filled ant's tunnels with cement... The structure that simply boggles the mind. (this is an episode from "Ants! Nature's Secret Power" - info)
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This is the 1:10 scale remote-controlled hydroplane boat modeled after the Ferrari Arno XI that raced to a world e speed record of 150.49 mph in 1953 - more info
"Obama to White House" Countdown
In addition to this fun countdown, folks at SoSauce created "A Victory Lap", which is a fun way to learn more about Obama and the significance the places he’s lived have had on his life - click here.
Car Vending Machine?
Looks like it...
UPDATE: "It's not a parking garage. Vending machine isn't too far off. The picture is of Palette Town in Odaiba, Tokyo and the cars are part of the Mega Web Toyota showroom. You pick a car you want to see by pushing a button and a giant conveyor belt system rotates the vehicles around until your selection is in view. It's pretty awesome." (thanks, P.)
"Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons"
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