This is actually a tuned up Nissan GTR by Switzer which has more than 700 bhp. According to this video it manages 100 km/h Ón 2.9 seconds, 200 km/h in just 8.4 seconds and 300 km/h in a sensational 19.81 seconds. That is the same 0-300 time as the real figure of a Bugatti Veyron. Enjoy this amazing performance!
This kid gets himself into a situation that he is unable to het out of: the modern day equivalent of the kid who has fallen into a well. It is actually a skating bowl, which for some reason does not seem to be equipped with any "escapes".
Can the submitter of this video please inform us of the usual driving hours of this girl so we can stay the hell of the streets at those hours? I'm not sure how someone can be so bad at parking and on top of that also leave their car in such a sh!tty way. WTF?
It seems that the fastest way down a steep hill is through backflips. Here's a demonstration on how to do it properly. By all means, please try this at home, or wherever possible and send us the resulting video. Enjoy!
Here's the ultimate slow motion video in my opinion. Shot at 1 million fps, it shows the impact of different kind of bullets on different surfaces, like ice, concrete, glass, and others. As a bonus there is footage of shotgun pellets hitting the target. Really amazing and cool! Enjoy!
Well, not that a tsunami is something to joke about, but this video is quite amusing. Fast forward it to 1:00 and watch that guy going through the parking lot, and what he does. Enjoy!
This study researched killing cancer cells with nano-magnets, with the same principle as a microwave oven.
The study of nano-particles applied to biomedicine continues to give interesting results, as research is still in its infancy. Through their work, the chemists from the university of Cagliari are now investigating some of the possibilities opened by this field. One is to use magnetic particles to convey the drugs only to the diseased cells, the other is to drive up the tumor and then force them to oscillate under the control of a variable magnetic field, thereby heating the target cells, just like a microwave oven does with the water molecules contained in food.
This second mechanism exploits hyperthermia. It appears that cancer cells can be destroyed by beeing brought to a temperature of 42.5 degrees Celsius for about half an hour.
In order arrive at the place desired, the particles must be incorporated into liposomes, hollow microspheres formed by lipid bilayers (for which reason they are called "magneto-liposomes"), which are able to overcome the barrier of cells. They must have a diameter of about 20 nanometers. Larger could indeed block blood vessels, while smaller particles may be "eaten" by macrophage cells which are in charge with the elimination of foreign bodies.
Currently, the research team is working on the synthesis of particles and study of their structural and magnetic properties. Currently these are being built in oxide of iron or iron cobalt. The latter are more manoeuvrable, because their magnetic properties depend strongly on the direction along which the field is applied to (property known as magnetic anisotropy).
This little robot is being developed for the US military in order to do light and dangerous reconnaissance missions. What's impressive about it, is the fact that it can jump over fences. You have to see it to believe it! Enjoy!
This tree made the mistake of toughing those high voltage wires. This lead to an electric arc to be formed between the tree and the wires. This arc, eventually vaporized the tree sap and burned the tree in half. Pretty spectacular show! Enjoy!
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