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    You can't rely entirely on your lucky game piece if you want to demolish your friends and family members in a game of Monopoly.
    SwimFin
    The SwimFin is a shark fin-shaped swimming aid for kids. It looks cool!
    "It should be worn high on the back, above the centre of gravity. This way it will ‘suspend’ the child in the water – it will not tip a child forward if worn correctly, as can be seen in the photos. A SwimFin should never be used with a baby that cannot control their body yet, and it must NEVER be worn on the front of the body."
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    Tech  
    This is a short documentary by The New York Times, title  “The Bionic Man” that also shows Prosthetic Limbs, Controlled by Thought.
    Les Baugh lost his arms as a teenager. Engineers at Johns Hopkins are trying to give them back, but better. Mr. Baugh is testing a robotic prosthetic that he can control with his mind.
    Video  
    Evolution of the Bikini  by design house Forge Apollo for Breathless Resorts. Amanda Cerny shows us how the bikini has evolved overtime.
    Hot Dog Dishes From Around The World
    Pic  
    It’s a hot dog, which is a foodstuff eaten worldwide. Here are 40 distinctive varieties from around the globe — from iconic NYC “dirty water dogs” to fully loaded South American street-cart dogs to Japanese octo-dogs. T See the full guide to 40 Ways The World Makes Awesome Hot Dogs, after more.
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    Film  
    A team of 180 talented Madame Tussauds sculptors, hair artists and colourists have worked hard for a year to create this epic Star Wars experience – find out how we brought the Star Wars universe to life in our full behind-the-scenes video.
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    This Building Looks Like the Enterprise from Star
    There's a building in China that looks almost exactly like the USS Enterprise from Star Trek. This is the flagship office for the Chinese gaming company NetDragon Websoft.  . Liu DeJian, the chairman of the company, who got an official license from CBS  to build it. It took over 6 years and 160 million dollars, but it’s a one of a kind structure that also boasts 30 foot slides to get from the third floor as well as automatic sliding doors between offices.
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    Hubble Observes OneofaKind Star Nicknamed
    News  
    This new image was captured by Hubble. NASA explains:
    "Nasty One was identified as a Wolf-Rayet star, a rapidly evolving star that is much more massive than our sun. The star loses its hydrogen-filled outer layers quickly, exposing its super-hot and extremely bright helium-burning core... But Nasty One doesn’t look like a typical Wolf-Rayet star. The astronomers using Hubble had expected to see twin lobes of gas flowing from opposite sides of the star, perhaps similar to those emanating from the massive star Eta Carinae, which is a Wolf-Rayet candidate. Instead, Hubble revealed a pancake-shaped disk of gas encircling the star. The vast disk is nearly 2 trillion miles wide."
    MIITO the sustainable alternative to the electric


    Do you use an electric kettle to make tea?  This cool new Kickstarter project that saves energy and looks sleek in a kitchen. It’s called Miito, and it describes itself as “the sustainable alternative to the electric kettle.” It’s already raised over $340,000—more than double its goal. You can also use it to warm up bowls of soup, glasses of milk, mugs of hot chocolate, whatever. Here’s how it works: Put your filled tea cup on the small induction patch on the “kettle,” which is entirely cool to the touch. Slip in an induction rod. The induction patch heats the rod, boiling the liquid from within.
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    Sessy PacMan Dresses
    Gaming  
    Happy 35th Anniversary,Pac-Man! These Sessy Pac-Man tank dresses from Amazon.
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    Video  
    Dorkly made this cute video showing how Daredevil should clearly be named Batman and Ghost Rider should clearly be named Daredevil...
    BrainControlled Bionic Legs
    Tech  


    The Proprio Foot by Össur is a brain-controlled bionic foot that matches natural foot motion. The device is controlled by special sensors implanted in the owner’s leg muscle. When a signal from the brain reaches the sensors, they relay the signal to the Proprio Foot to make the appropriate action.
    "But the biggest benefit he's seen is a surprising one. “You have to learn how to use those muscles again,” says Olafsson. “How to tighten them up, in front and back. And that's the main thing. Those muscles start getting bigger, so you get better at walking. I have more stamina. My gait is better. I don't limp as much.” By forcing the wearer to actively use muscles that were previously ignored, sensor-connected limbs could halt or reverse their deterioration. It's a reminder that, despite the urge among the able-bodied to obsess over cybernetic enhancements, bionic limbs are chiefly medical devices for now, designed to restore function. That a brain-controlled bionic leg would also promote muscle growth is stranger, and more exciting, than all of the superpowered cyborgs that science fiction has to offer. "
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