This video reveals useful safety hacks and skills needed for survival:
Calling all Al Bundys of the world:
The next time someone makes fun of us men, show ’em this video…
This woman is trying to fill up her Tesla all-electric car with gas at the pump:
Innocent woman struggling to fuel her Tesla Model S at gas station 😢 pic.twitter.com/MqEj34kZ0f
— Earl Karanja (@Earlsimxx) December 18, 2018
Where is divide and conquer, now-admitted CIA spook Gloria Steinem now to defend this?
Google invented this Makani wind kite. And I want one. Because it is super cool.
These unique energy kites create up to 600 kW of power. That would power 600 average homes at once.
While the kite is in the air, it is generating power directly from the kite to a grid below. Electricity is transferred via an anchoring tether. The 26-meter carbon fiber wing (along with the tether) work in tandem with the help of on-board computers equipped with custom flight-controller software.
You gotta see this:
FYI: The word Makani means “wind” in Hawaiian.
If you have a dog and love Starbucks, you (might) be able to get a “Puppuccino” for FREE.
All you have to do is ask for one.
These are served at (most) Starbucks’ locations. They are not on the menu — but rather on their “secret menu.” And while it is usually free, some report it might set us back a dollar plus tax.
The Starbucks Puppuccino is made from:
– Mono and Diglycerides – these are fats that serve as stabilizers to give off a consistent texture (and prevent separation)…
– Carrageenan, which is a thickener (extracted from a red seaweed called Chondrus Crispus).
In simple speak, a Puppuccino is whipped cream served in an espresso cup.
And as far as safety goes, they say whipped cream is generally safe for dogs to eat… occasionally.
I don’t know… this just sounds like a silly scheme to get a side of free whipped cream.
Researchers have found a new use for a 3,000-year-old African musical instrument called an mbira pronounced (“em-bir’-uh”)
This single-design sensor is inexpensive and easy to operate.
And in this video, we see how a mbira can be used to reveal everything from detecting toxic substances to counterfeit medications: