Que alguien las sacrifique...
Tu vida no volverá a ser la misma tras oír esta ¿canción? de Flos Mariae, en especial gracias a esa magnífica estrofa de la loncha de queso. ¡De queeessssoooooooo!
La culpa de esto la tiene Xosé Castro, aunque sea muy poco cristiano eso de echar culpas, que anda por ahí compartiendo cosas muy raras y dañinas.
¡Joder qué pesadilla tener esto en casa! XD
where the fuck is the bartender
Falta que le pongan alas y ya las risas y virguerías serían máximas XDDD
Es de titanio y colea como un espermatozoide cualquiera. No falla. Enfila el óvulo, perfora su pared y deposita en su interior la semilla. A la primera. Visto y no visto.
etiquetas: robot, embarazo, ciencia
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Coño, algo molón en Kansas... XDD
Al algún cafre se le ha ocurrido que esto puede ser una entretenida diversión:
Además de bajar a 100 km/h subir sus cinco pisos (264 escalones) debe acongojar bastante
Es para cuatro personas y está instalado en un parque llamado Schlitterbahn, en Kansas City
Sugerencia: poer la música del vídeo por los altavoces; así da más repelús el momento épico
Door at my girlfriends therapist office
a 2014 full of surprises for you!
La prensa también tiene estas cosas. Nos permite hacer recopilaciones de errores y gazapos con los que pasar buenos ratos. Aquí tenéis uno de pies de foto, ese elemento de la noticia que suele pasar bastante desapercibido, pero al que seguro que a partir de ahora prestáis mucha más atención. Gracias a todos los usuarios de Twitter que se preocupan de guardar y compartir con todos semejantes tesoros.
etiquetas: pie de foto, periodismo, error
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Lots of in-game footage!
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is coming to GOG.com, DRM-free in 2014. We're genuinely excited about the prospect of distributing this title, as we believe that CD Projekt RED is about to make history with this one. A vast and detailed open world, dark and rich atmosphere, dynamic tactical combat, and excellent mature writing the series is well known for--everything about it sounds simply perfect. Understandably, every RPG fan is getting more and more anxious to play the third Witcher game, us included! Alas, just like everyone else, we have to wait. There is, however, a simple way to sneak a peek at how the game looks in action. Namely, we can all watch this VGX special trailer, made mainly out of in-game footage!
Remember: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be available DRM-free on GOG.com in 2014. We'll be keeping you updated on all developments in this matter.
look i’m a hooman hurr durr
The Emus and Sexy Sexy Sniper the Ostrich dance the tango against their greatest enemy: The weasel ball. Who will prevail?
Destin y el Dr. Robert Simmons de la Universidad Estatal de Georgia observan los más pequeños detalles de las alas de una mariposa con un microscopio electrónico de barrido LEO 1450VP que puede ver objetos tan pequeños como 30 nanómetros, más pequeño que la mayoría de los virus. Con el zoom al máximo se observan sorprendentemente bien ordenadas las estructuras de tamaño micrométrico que crean el color de las alas de la mariposa. Primera parte: www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsjyWg-Lhek Rel.: menea.me/157ym
etiquetas: ala, mariposa, microscopio, electrónico, barrido, biomecánica, color
It's funny because it's true
What is the furthest one human being has ever been from every other living person? Were they lonely?
Bryan J. McCarter
It's hard to know for sure!
The most likely suspects are the six Apollo command module pilots who stayed in lunar orbit during a Moon landing: Mike Collins, Dick Gordon, Stu Roosa, Al Worden, Ken Mattingly, and Ron Evans.
Each of these astronauts stayed alone in the command module while two other astronauts landed on the Moon. At the highest point in their orbit, they were about 3,585 kilometers from their fellow astronauts.
You'd think astronauts would have a lock on this category, but it's not so cut-and-dry. There are a few other candidates who come pretty close!
It's hard to get 3,585 kilometersBecause of the curve of the Earth, you actually have to go 3,619 kilometers across the surface to qualify. from a permanently inhabited place. The Polynesians, who were the first humans to spread across the Pacific, might have managed it, but this would have required a lone sailor to travel awfully far ahead of everyone else. It may have happened—perhaps by accident, when someone was carried far from their group by a storm—but we're unlikely to ever know for sure.
Once the Pacific was colonized, it got a lot harder to find regions of the Earth's surface where someone could achieve 3,585 kilometer isolation. Now that the Antarctic continent has a permanent population of researchers, it's almost certainly impossible.
During the period of Antarctic exploration, a few people have come close to beating the astronauts, and it's possible one of them actually holds the record. One person who came very close was Robert Scott.
Robert Falcon Scott was a British explorer who met a tragic end. Scott's expedition reached the South Pole in 1911, only to discover that Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen had beaten him there by several months. The dejected Scott and his companions began their trek back to the coast, but they all died while crossing the Ross Ice Shelf.
The last surviving expedition member would have been, briefly, one of the most isolated people on Earth.Amundsen's expedition had left the continent by then. However, he (whoever he was) was still within 3,585 kilometers of a number of humans, including some other Antarctic explorer outposts as well as the Māori on Rakiura (Stewart Island) in New Zealand.
There are plenty of other candidates. Pierre François Péron, a French sailor, says he was marooned on Île Amsterdam in the southern Indian Ocean. If so, he came close to beating the astronauts, but he wasn't quite far enough from Mauritius, southwestern Australia, or the edge of Madagascar to qualify.
We'll probably never know for sure. It's possible that some shipwrecked 18th-century sailor drifting in a lifeboat in the Southern Ocean holds the title of most isolated human. However, until some clear piece of historic evidence pops up, I think the six Apollo astronauts have a pretty good claim.
Which brings us to the second part of Bryan's question: Were they lonely?
After returning to Earth, Apollo 11 command module pilot Mike Collins said he did not feel at all lonely. He wrote about the experience in his book Carrying the Fire: An Astronaut's Journeys:
Far from feeling lonely or abandoned, I feel very much a part of what is taking place on the lunar surface ... I don't mean to deny a feeling of solitude. It is there, reinforced by the fact that radio contact with the Earth abruptly cuts off at the instant I disappear behind the moon.
I am alone now, truly alone, and absolutely isolated from any known life. I am it. If a count were taken, the score would be three billion plus two over on the other side of the moon, and one plus God knows what on this side.
Al Worden, the Apollo 15 command module pilot, even enjoyed the experience:BBC Future interview with Al Wolden (April 2, 2013)
There's a thing about being alone and there's a thing about being lonely, and they're two different things. I was alone but I was not lonely. My background was as a fighter pilot in the air force, then as a test pilot–and that was mostly in fighter airplanes–so I was very used to being by myself. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I didn't have to talk to Dave and Jim any more ... On the backside of the Moon, I didn't even have to talk to Houston and that was the best part of the flight.
Introverts understand; the loneliest human in history was just happy to have a few minutes of peace and quiet.
Que Pau sea la solución a una disputa siempre está bien :P
Piden dos años y medio de cárcel para un mosso por pegar a unos menores que robaron una tortuga a su madre
Y El Mundo Today se vuelve a quedar a la altura del betún...
A uno de los jóvenes, el mosso le pateó en el suelo y le golpeó con su defensa extensible, además de rociarle con aerosol en la cara. 'Esto por mi madre', le dijo.
etiquetas: mosso, tortuga, violencia, cataluña
Cayó el bastión
La Generalitat Valenciana anunciará en las próximas horas el cierre de Radiotelevisió Valenciana (RTVV) tras la sentencia del Tribunal Superior de Justicia de la Comunidad Valencia
etiquetas: ere, canal 9, rtvv