A beautiful feline specimen hunting a feather. Just look and see what perfect eye-movement coordination it has. It is really something impressive, and why feline are such great hunters. Enjoy!
Here is a hilarious video material from a local TV station probably from some while back on how to clean and maintain your computer's mouse, and properly clean its ...ahem...balls. I really don't think this was a joke for them, as they don't even smile for one moment. Enjoy the hilariousness!
Disneyland might be the place to take your kids, but it seems that you have to keep an eye out for Pluto, as he can get mad and chase your kid like he wants to kidnap him. WTF?
Here's a great maneuver to get out of a really tight parking situation. Props to the guy. Enjoy!
The luckiest woman alive I would say. And the key word here is alive, as I would not believe my eyes how fast the train stopped. Amazing!
Looking more and more at this escape, I tend to think they planned their escape: one is keeping the keeper busy, while the other makes his getaway. In the end both of them bust out, proving that they are smarter than a Chinese zookeeper. Brilliant! Enjoy!
The particles of cobalt-chromium can cause DNA damage even if they do not come physically into contact with the cells.
The nano-particles manage to damage the DNA of cells protected by a barrier made up of cellular membranes, without physically entering into contact with the cell, but rather through a multitude of chemical signals.
This was found in a study coordinated at the Bristol Implant Research Center, proving that it brings out a new risk associated with nanotechnology, but also the opportunity to exploit this behavior in an innovative way.
Nano-particles are now widely used. In surgery, for example, are an integral part of prostheses and implants. The research conducted so far on the risks of nanoparticles, however, relates mainly to the effects of direct exposure, while very little is known about what can cause the indirect exposure. In the new study, researchers have wondered if a barrier device was able to protect cells from the effects of nano-particles consisting of chromium and cobalt in the tissues of the clothes and orthopedic implants. The researchers interposed a barrier between nanoparticles formed out of multilayer chromium-cobalt (in quantities thousands of times greater than those with whom we come in contact normally) and a culture of human fibroblasts (connective tissue cells).
Although nano-particles have not managed to cross the membrane, the fibroblasts had DNA mutations which were ten times more than the control fibroblasts. According to scholars, the effect is due to chemical signals between the cell membrane and fibroblasts. If the lines of communication between them are broken, the rate of DNA damage returned to normal.
These remote controlled jets can be quite expensive, but whats really interesting is that they crash exactly like their bigger counterparts: in a huge fireball. Anyway, I guess that being a spectator at one of these events is even more dangerous! Enjoy this spectacular crash!
I can't understand why somebody would go high up on the cliffs and jump from that using a boat (kayak in this case). Maybe they do have too much adrenaline, but I guess it would be spent better as a firefighter or as a soldier. Anyway the crash at 3:22 proves that kayaks were meant for water!
These two little cats are taking it on round after round and won't stop until one of them is knocked out. Enjoy the fight!
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