Man goes on vengeful rampage with 30 ton custom bulldozer. [link]
This'd make a good movie.
Remember, this CGI movie was done using 1980's technology. [link]
How to swing your arms on a diet. [link]
20 designs for vertical farms. [link]
Create your own scanner for your iPhone. [link]
A widget to monitor asteroids in our neighborhood. [link]
How to cook like your grandmother. [link]
In the case of mine you take your standard recipe and add and extra 5-10 minutes on the stove.
The Memory Palace. It's a podcast by a NPR reporter with an interest in historical anecdotes. I recommend Secret Kitty and The Brothers Booth if nothing else. [link]
I steal this as the official Sidewalk Economic Indicator. The hotness of your waitress is a sign of the health of the economy. [link]
10 facts about the penny. [link]
Some fool tried putting a fake ATM at a hacker convention. It lasted about naught point three seconds. [link]
Microsoft is slipping. [link]
Concept art for a Steampunk Mickey video game. [link]
Explanation of a rather entertaining binary star system. [link]
$8,000 make your own satellite kit. (price includes launch). [link]
Now I just need an excuse to have a satellite.
Rover finds alien1 on Mars. [link]
I've been rather short on video this week. Certainly compared to last week, anyway.
Here's a 1 hour panel from Comic Con about science for good and evil in science fiction shows. The panel has writers and tech advisers from "Eureka", "Battlestar Galactica", and "Fringe".
Game: Lock 'n' Roll. Poker with dice. [link]
What's the purpose of punishment. Or, How to Prosecute the Loons? [link]
Proof that Biblical literalists still have some sense.
A rather dry video about some global warming denier getting owned.
An essay from an abortion provider. [link]
Kent Hovind's "Dinosaur Adventure Land" can be seized in part to pay his tax debts. Kent build the place to "prove" that dinosaurs and humans lived together. He's currently in prison for tax evasion. [link]
Game: Defense Fleet - move ships around to defend the planet. [link]
Game: Gobtron - Help the booger being eat the villagers before they kill it. [link]
Successful vulture breeding in captivity. [link]
Journalist to go to Mongolia in search of Shaihulud (a.k.a. acid-spitting Mongolian death worm). [link]
Robot with mad reflexes.
Obama received 30 death threats per day, but the Secret Service is starving. [link]
And finally, Orly Taitz, the leader of the "Birthers" (people who think Obama was born in Kenya) loses all credibility on MSNBC. [link]