Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Friday, December 26, 2014

Friday, December 5, 2014

Future is present.

Robots took over Amazon's warehouse.

Sign up to visit Amazon' warehouse.

Personal robot for $199.

Hotel robot.

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Christmas Gift Idea.

Salt - magnified 150 times.

Sugar - magnified 50 times.

Cut hair- magnified 50 times.

Christmas Gift

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Curious Mars.

Preamble: Mars has been attracting men since 1610. At long last, she is getting them closer than 33.9 million miles. Postamble: Venus is envious.

Resilient, adaptable, curious, trustworthy, creative and healthy individuals are needed for one way travel to Mars -

Video blog from Mars by NASA:

Tweets from Mars by Mars Curiosity:

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Monday, September 1, 2014

Echoic Memory

Sounds can evoke emotionally charged memories.
For instance, the sound of a bell, mounted on a spring,
(also known as jingle bell) puts a smiley on a lot of faces.

Boring nerds in thick glasses call sound memory

Check out what puts a smiley on your face -

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Toilet, Toothbrush, Tarnish.

If you flush toilet with open lid, feces spread in the air.
(source: Thick Glassed Dudes who study gross stuff)
Most people keep toothbrush in the vicinity of their toilets.

Monday, May 26, 2014

Triple Cheeseburger + Diet Coke.

According to a study from a reputable university, traffic fumes are the great way to help cleanse and detoxify the lungs. (LINK)

Friday, April 25, 2014

Handy, Candid, Nifty.

How to open a bottle of wine without a corkscrew.

How to cut cherry tomatoes quickly.

How to open a locked suitcase.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

World Chess Competition - USA vs Russia.

US chess piecesRussian chess pieces

1Khodorkovsky (LINK)Snowden
2Klitschko (LINK)Valuev (LINK)
3Tymoshenko (LINK)Yanukovich (LINK)

Possible long term consequences:



Most of pawns* (*a chess piece of the smallest size and value) desire this outcome:

Saturday, January 25, 2014

There are some things that money can't buy... for everything else, there's a pill.

Butt cheek itches? Go to a doctor and get a prescription!
Despise your occupation? Go to a doctor and get a prescription!
Addicted to pills? Go to a doctor and get a prescription!

For majority of common health problems there is an inexpensive, healthy alternative.

For example, if you had a high blood pressure, naturally, you would go to a doctor and get hooked up on an expensive medicine with side effects.

Alternatively you could go to Whole Foods and get beets.

Drug dealing is one of the most profitable trades in the US, reason as to why from the early childhood everyone is programmed to Go to a doctor and get a prescription!

Sunday, December 22, 2013

The art of enjoying food - good coffee.

Every day, 83% of Americans drink coffee. ( Link )

The biggest part of that 83% drinks coffee of very poor quality.

The smaller part of that 83% drinks coffee of a little better quality.

The smallest part of that 83% drinks coffee of good quality made at home.
The good quality coffee cost is significantly less than poor quality coffee cost at Starbucks. 30 days X $3/cup = $90/month spent at Starbucks.

Here is what it takes to enjoy good quality coffee.

1) Good beans ( Link )
2) Good grinder( Link )
3) Good pot ( Link )
4) Good recipe( Link )

A cup of good quality coffee will, most likely, give you a good start for a good day.

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Understanding beauty.

In a ballet no words are spoken from the stage. The dancers must tell the audience the story using only their body movements and gestures, which they execute to the accompaniment of music.

Basic performers' gestures have a lot in common with sign language that is used by deaf or mute people.

- Both hands to the heart for “love“

- Hand cupped by ear for “hear“

- Bowing to show loyalty

- Strong motions with fists to show anger