Bricks Made Of Cow’s Blood Could Be The Future’s Most Terrifying Building Material
British architect Jack Munro was tired of seeing gallons upon gallons of cow's blood just totally wasted on every slaughter. So in the interest of a more efficient tomorrow, Munro has developed a way to turn all that cow blood, along with some sand, water, and and antibacterial solution, thank God, into bricks. That's right, one day, you could live in a house made of congealed cow's blood, and you won't even have to step into the pages of a dystopian sci-fi novel to do it.Read on...
Video of Brick Thrown in Washing Machine Ends Predictably
Self-described "Mad Professor" Photonicinduction, who has quite a crazy YouTube channel, performed an important experiment by throwing a brick into a washing machine.The washing machine proceeds to destroy itself in spectacular fashion. The experimenter's girlfriend is currently not very happy with him for destroying her prized flowers, but such is the cost of scientific inquiry.Read on...
Test Plane Performs Vertical Landing
STOVL (Short Take Off and Vertical Landing) planes have been in development and use since 1951, though only two planes have ever reached operational status. On Thursday, Lockheed Martin's F-35 Lightning II test plane made its very first vertical landing.
To quote the late, great Douglass Adams: It "hung in the air in exactly the same way that bricks don't."
Video after the jump.Read on...