The Home Made Helicopter, Is There Anything More Dangerous?…

Of all the DIY home projects to undertake there are few more dangerous than the home-made helicopter. With whirring blades of death and an inherently unstable design this is surely a project for the risk takers amongst us. While it may be considered unbelievably dangerous there have been two amazing examples released in recent months.

This is definitely one of those do not try this at home moments, only trained professionals and mad men should embark on projects of this insanity.

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Battle of the YouTube Superstar: Fun with Lasers versus Circus Bear Eats Monkey…

Video may have killed the radio star but this week YouTube confirmed that it had killed the video star. Terminating TV’s unholy grip on the world YouTube is looking a lot like a world wide cable TV network.

Can nothing slow the YouTube juggernaut, after launching paid for channels and announcing the conquest of TV YouTube was still able to keep the gold rolling, presenting more hilarious video’s than ever, video’s about nothing granted.

Take this weeks challengers for example, two fascinating and disturbingly hilarious videos that captured the worlds attention, both for very different reasons. Having fun with lasers WorldScott demonstrates just how powerful a BluRay laser really is, fascinating and informative. In complete contrast the Chinese Circus Bear kills Monkey video is the funniest video with a shocking and disturbing ending ever uploaded to YouTube’s servers.

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The Citadel Demo has been released! HTML 5 and the future of Gaming as demonstrated by Mozilla and Epic…

The future of game and application development is being previewed by Mozilla and Epic. Released to the public this week the Citadel demo encapsulates all of the latest technologies that are making high speed web games and apps possible. While web gaming and apps have achieved a moderate level of notoriety they remain only a curiosity to many.

Making use of HTML5, JavaScript and WebGL the team from Epic and Mozilla used Emscripten to compile the C++ source code into 52 megabytes of JavaScript. The code itself is based on the always impressive Epic Unreal Engine 3 that makes use of WebGL to draw the HTML 5 canvas, producing the impressive visuals.

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Paranoid Android Blipverts, Highlights from the Astounding Web…

Paranoid Android are proud to present for you reading pleasure the latest UFO and Alien related articles from around the worlds wobbly web. After searching high and low for the latest unusual happenings and strange going on’s, we quickly realized that it has been a week of highly strange activity.

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Black Knight, the Satellite from Nowhere…

May 1954, the world was startled to learn that the Earth already had 1, possibly 2 artificial satellites. Keeping in mind that Sputnik 1 was still 3 years away from being launched the Black Knight satellites were a mystery that captured everyone’s imagination. During the 60’s astronomers would stare at the night’s sky to see this mystery in action.

While it may be easy to concluded that this is just a black rock trapped in orbit there is a substantial amount of evidence to prove otherwise. HAM radio operators reported that the object was broadcasting a radio signal, this is no ordinary rock.

All reports of the Black Knight slowly faded to become distant memories for a few, while the rest of the world became oblivious to its existence. Watch the video and decide, a space odyssey of mysterious proportions or just more space flotsam and jetsam,

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