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    Wellness experts say curling up in a ball on the floor is the healthiest way to deal with the non-stop agony of the workday.
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    How to make an office supplies crossbow. Fun and simple mini weapon to make from stationary. 1,2,3,4 I declare office wars!
    Gaming  
    A quick teaser for the Multiplayer beta  for Halo 5 from Xbox: Game On at E3 2014. The Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta will launch in December, Microsoft revealed Monday at E3.
    "It's a game that will hopefully demonstrate the talent, learnings and abilities of the 343 Industries team. A game that will incorporate the things we learned from Halo 4 about technology, aesthetics, performance and scale - and perhaps more importantly, understanding and embracing a community of gamers who love what lies at the heart of this game, and the limitless potential of the Halo univers"
    Iron Throne Shoes
    Shoe  
    This Iron Throne Shoes by artist Nixxi Rose. Unfortunately the shoes by Nixxi Rose will never be for sale sale, or you can make your own version with heels or flats, cocktail picks shaped like swords, and some paint.
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    BikeParka Bicycle Cover
    Bike  
    The BikeParka($50) is well-designed, high quality, reliable bicycle cover that keeps your bicycle snug, dry and clean. BikeParka is made from tough polyester ripstop fabric and is weatherproof against wind and rain. It features an elasticated bottom for close fit around the wheels and eyelets for ties or small locks.The cover can be tweaked to suit any seat and handle bar height. Bikeparkas are designed to fit all standard bikes. They measure 80" x 50" and will fit handlebars up to 23" wide.
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    This is NASA s new concept spaceship for warp drive interstellar

    This is NASA s new concept spaceship for warp drive interstellar
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    This is NASA's idea for a warp drive spaceship, capable of interstellar travel. It is a concept based on the equations of Dr. Harold White—lead at NASA's Eagleworks Advanced Propulsion Physics Laboratory—who also works in ion engines and plasma thrusters. Now he's collaborated with an artist to create a new, more realistic design of what such a ship might actually look like. Artist Mark Rademaker worked with White to create the updated model, which includes a sleek ship nestled at the center of two enormous rings, which create the warp bubble. In this video, above, you can see White talking about the new design, and explaining how it fits his mathematical analysis. More images of the ship from his Flickr gallery.
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    39 Facts About Comedy
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    Are you alone? To answer this question we have to take a look what 'you' are first. What are you made of and where you stand in this universe. Are you your body? Your atoms? And how are your parts connected to the big picture?
    Underwater Iron Man
    Tech  
    Called Exosuit, the suit has a rigid metal humanoid form with Iron Man-like thrusters that enable divers to operate safely down to depths of 300 metres (see photo).
    "Though designed for diving in the bowels of New York City’s water treatment plants, earlier this month it underwent its first trials in seawater at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) in Massachusetts. The tests are readying the suit for a daring attempt to excavate an ancient Roman shipwreck off the Greek island of Antikythera in the Aegean Sea. A century ago, divers pulled the world’s oldest computer – the Antikythera mechanism – from the wreck. They are hoping that they will find a second device when they go down in September. […]
    The $1.5 million Exosuit falls somewhere in between. “It’s basically a wearable submarine,” says Phil Short, a diving specialist on the planned mission to Antikythera. “The pressure inside is no different from being in a submarine or in fresh air. We can go straight to the bottom, spend 5 hours there and come straight back to the surface with no decompression.” […]
    The Exosuit is needed both because of the depth of the Antikythera wreck – it reaches 120 metres – and the delicacy of any artefacts that might lie within. When Greek sponge fishermen found the shipwreck in October 1900, the pressure was such that they had only 5 minutes on the seabed before having to ascend. It was risky: several divers were paralysed and one died from decompression sickness."
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