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    Japan Breast Beautifying Hand On A Stick
    Gear  |  Other  
    This is the Oppai Taisou Hand, a $28 piece of plastic that's supposed to make your breasts look and feel better.  It it works by dragging back fat around and adding it to your tits. Thankfully, there's an even shiftier explanation:
    "Shindo explains that a woman's breasts are strung up by ligaments, and if these ligaments don't get sufficient movement, the fats in the breast will start to settle back against the chest muscles, resulting in unshapely, or even sagging boobies.
    Oppai Hagashi supposedly detaches the breast ligaments from the chest muscles and directs the fats back to where they belong, restoring shape, while Oppai Yurashi resets the tension in the ligaments holding up the breasts, thus regaining elasticity and perkiness. The massage also improves blood circulation, which promotes healthier, beautifully shaped breasts
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    You can found it on Rakuten Japan and Amazon Japan retailing for 3,066 yen (approximately US$26)
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    Gear  |  Film  
    The 'comical' sounds that make the Millennium Falcon's hyperdrive malfunction, as demonstrated by Star Wars sound designer Ben Burtt in this 1980 clip.
    The Chemistry of Brussels Sprouts Bitterness
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    "There’s one vegetable at the Christmas dinner table that’s always bound to elicit strong and contrary opinions: brussels sprouts. Much like marmite, they seem to conjure up a ‘love it or hate it’ sentiment; however, if you fall into the latter camp, there may actually be a chemical and genetic reason why you can’t stand the taste.  "
    Gear  |  Video  
    MinutePhysics why driving backwards is harder than driving forwards.
    Picture of day stars
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    Under the stars
    NASA Rover Finds Mysterious Methane Emissions on
    Gear  |  News  
    NASA's Mars Curiosity rover has measured a tenfold spike in methane, an organic chemical, in the atmosphere around it and detected other organic molecules in a rock-powder sample collected by the robotic laboratory’s drill.
    "This temporary increase in methane -- sharply up and then back down -- tells us there must be some relatively localized source," said Sushil Atreya of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and Curiosity rover science team. "There are many possible sources, biological or non-biological, such as interaction of water and rock."
    Researchers used Curiosity’s onboard Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) laboratory a dozen times in a 20-month period to sniff methane in the atmosphere. During two of those months, in late 2013 and early 2014, four measurements averaged seven parts per billion. Before and after that, readings averaged only one-tenth that level.
    Curiosity also detected different Martian organic chemicals in powder drilled from a rock dubbed Cumberland, the first definitive detection of organics in surface materials of Mars. These Martian organics could either have formed on Mars or been delivered to Mars by meteorites.
    Organic molecules, which contain carbon and usually hydrogen, are chemical building blocks of life, although they can exist without the presence of life. Curiosity's findings from analyzing samples of atmosphere and rock powder do not reveal whether Mars has ever harbored living microbes, but the findings do shed light on a chemically active modern Mars and on favorable conditions for life on ancient Mars. [ NASA ]
    Gear  |  Video  
    "The guitar is 17', the piano is 19' and the drums are standard. About 12,500 channels running around 100,000 lights."
    This amazing photo of a city is actually a game world
    Gear  |  Pic  
    Made by French artist named Klaus Pillon, look so real. His work is great!
    Klaus Pillon is a French freelance concept artist and illustrator who graduated in October 2011. He has been working with Rogue Moon Studio lately (the images above are from a game they are developing.)
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    Payloads
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    Put together by XKCD's Randall Munroe, the chart visualizes the changing mass of spacecraft over time, from the first Sputnik launches to the future SLS Block craft. They are all measured in the standardized units of horses. Big Pic.
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    A Tank Cut In Half
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    Leopard 1 Tank in half, damn cool thing.
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    Classic holiday film 'A Christmas Story' retold via old-school 8-bit.
    Gear  |  Video  
    What exactly are you?
    Gear  |  Video  
    This is a very short dashcam video of a TIE Fighter crashed on a snowy highway in Germany. Unfortunately, it looks like both pilots survived the accident.
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    "What do these searches say about us? Explore the Year in Search"
    Ridiculous Food Hats

    Ridiculous Food Hats
    Gear  |  Design  
    Melbourne-based artist Phil Ferguson made these ridiculous food hats, including burgers, pizza slices and sushi rolls... they’re amazing. Check out more see more pics.
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    If you remembered twerking boob model Sara X “Eine kleine Nachtmusik”, Sara X is back with a new twerking boob video, this time with more Christmas cheer.
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    Sriracha Hot Sauce Flavored Beer
    Gear  |  Other  
    This is the Sriracha beer.
    "ROGUE Sriracha Hot Stout Beer, made from Huy Fong original hot chili sauce and sun ripened Rogue Farms ingredients, is ready to drink with soups, sauces, pasta, pizza, hot dogs, hamburgers, chow mein, or anything you'd like to wash down with a spicy kick."
    A bottle of Rogue Sriracha beer costs $13, and they start shipping December 8th.
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    Twelve Beards of Christmas

    Twelve Beards of Christmas
    Gear  |  Other  
    "The Twelve Beards of Christmas" by photographer Stephanie Jarstad, decorated the beards of woolly-faced men with holiday ornaments.  You can purchase these sweet mugs in the form of Christmas cards or a poster print on her Etsy.
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    Does alien life exist? On November 4, 2013, astronomers reported, based on Kepler space mission data, that there could be as many as 40 billion Earth-sized planets orbiting in the habitable zones of Sun-like stars and red dwarfs in the Milky Way, 11 billion of which may be orbiting Sun-like stars.
    PlayStation Controller Coffee Mug
    Gear  |  Office  
    This  Game Over Mug is a ceramic mug from Craziest Gadgets that is shaped like a PlayStation controller features a pair of handles .
    "The best part about this mug? When you get down to the end of your coffee it has a little hidden message for you written on the bottom of the cup: Game Over. Wah wah wah. Don’t worry, you can get a bonus life refill over at the coffee pot."
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    “All About That Space” is a volunteer outreach video project created by the Pathways Interns of NASA’s Johnson Space Center. It was created as a parody (to raise interest and excitement for Orion’s first flight) of Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass”. The lyrics and scenes in the video have been re-imagined in order to inform the public about the amazing work going on at NASA and the Johnson Space Center.
    Gear  |  Video  
    Should You Sit on Public Toilets?
    iPhone Gun Case
    Gear  |  Apple  
    This iPhone Gun Case is from likecoolcase.
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    After saving Middle-earth, Bilbo (Martin Freeman), Gandalf (Bobby Moynihan), Gollum (Taran Killam), Legolas (Kyle Mooney) and Tauriel (Kate McKinnon) take up office jobs.
    Gear  |  Tech  
    Filmed from the ISS between 2011 and 2014.
    "What does astronaut see from up there? From the red soil of africa, the blue water of oceans, to the green lights of the poles and yellow light of human activity, discover, throught this journey to space, something astoundingly beautiful and strange at the same time.
    I wanted to do something different from what has been done before with those shots. Something more dynamic and fast. After all, ISS travel through space at 28.000km/h! There are also more recent footage that have never been used (at least I think…) in other edits"
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    Comfyballs Underwear Denied US Trademark Because Apparently Balls Is Too
    Gear  |  Other  
    Norwegian underwear manufacturer Comfyballs was denied a US trademark for their product because, "The mark does not create a double entendre or other idiomatic expression... When used in this way, the word 'balls' has an offensive meaning."
    Seriously?
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    This is a video of Ukrainian speed climber Danyl Boldyrev jumping up a 15-meter (49.2-foot) wall in a record-breaking 5.60 seconds.
    "A new Speed climbing World Record was set in the Speed Men Finals at World Championships 2014 in Gijon: the fastest men on earth, and Speed World Champion, is the Ukraine Danylo Boldyrev, with an astonishing 5.60. Behind him Stanislav Kokorin (RUS)."
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    Keep Your Distance Bug Vacuum
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    From the website:
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    This handheld vacuum with a telescoping nozzle uses a patented mechanical suction system to capture bugs without getting close to them.
    Requiring no electrical power, a pleated plastic bellows at the vacuum's bottom compresses by hand and locks in place automatically with a spring-loaded mechanism.
    A press of the button trigger expands the bellows instantly to generate 10X the suction of battery-powered vacuums, capturing flies, bees, spiders, and other insects through a one-way trap door in the nozzle into a removable isolation chamber that allows bugs to be dumped outdoors.
    The vacuum’s expandable tube places the nozzle's tip 16-3/4" to 23" from a user’s thumb on the button trigger.
    37" L x 3-3/4" Diameter.
    Weight: 1-1/4 lbs.

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    $29.95.
    The Inferiority Complex
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    "The Inferiority Complex" by  Grant Snider  of Incidental Comics, a drawing of an imaginary place. Perhaps you've been here?
    Gear  |  Video  
    From the moronic mind of BATFAN comes the motion picture event of the afternoon: IRON CAN, the incredible true story of the founding member of the legendary Appliance Alliance.
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