These gravity defying images were taken by Philppe Rammette, and while they do look like he’s achieving the impossible, the image is a trick, but you should know that there was NO Photoshop involved in any of the images. Not even to correct the lighting in the image.
Rammette uses metal frames to support his body in these weird locations, he then lies on them and with the assistance of a second photographer, he positions the camera to achieve the gravity defying stunt. Even though some of the images look extremely dangerous, he was in safe hands. The gallery at the bottom shows you 9 of the best pictures that came out of his album, at first glance you can’t really figure out what’s wrong with the image. Take a look at the first image in the lake and you’ll instantly see what I mean. Via Xippas
Males and females are completely different when it comes to the way they behave in a club – and just about any other place. For the most part, when a girl says “hey nice shirt!” they usually mean it, when a guy says “hey nice shirt!” it usually means you need to button up because they’re not looking at the shirt.
It’s not a secret, men and women are not alike. An experiment conducted last year asked men and women if they could “just be friends”. It was learned that most girls DO believe that men and women can be friends, Men in the other hand; over %95 of them said it was impossible.
Now before you watch the video, I’m sure you’ve heard this question before: What if for one night the gender roles were reversed in the world? What if this actually happened and we actually traded places just for a night, what then? I’m sure it has a lot to do with exactly what trades over, if it’s just a physical body they that may be fun, but if it’s the mindset that comes along with the transformation, that may be shitty.
The video listed above is a short movie directed by Jay Diaz called “The Flip Side” takes us to this interesting alternate universe where men were like women, and women were like men. A lot of the things are true on the video, I will admit, it’s been a while since I’ve been out to the club scene, but it’s just as I remember it. Plus, the video is funny as shit.
You see that ball to the left? It’s supposed to be a very awesome human hamster ball that lets you walk on water. The ball is pretty cool, you blow it up with a blower and you have 15 to 20 minutes of air inside the ball before you have to deflate it and get new fresh air inside it. But does anyone else see the problem with this? Some people definitely did.
Reading the comments below you can tell that the ball could be dangerous, for starters, half of the people from the video I posted above can even get up, even if they do get up, moving across the surface of the water is extremely difficult meaning if you do make it out on the lake you better be attached to a rope so another person can get you out of the lake in case you pass out.
Then you run into the problem of piercing through the plastic, if you accidentally pierce through the ball, you will end up being trapped inside a plastic ball that will only seal you inside like a vacuum. The pressure of the water around you would make it extremely difficult to remove the plastic from your body.
I’m not exactly sure what the ball is made of, but from the description it appears to be a thick plastic film. These are the Amazon images for the ball:
Not so safe if you ask me, I’m not sure if the comments are trolling the seller, but they make the same points that I’m talking about.
We know that the surface of Mars has Ice, and scientist believe that at one point – about 3 billion years ago – the surface of Mars may have contained water, and was a lot wetter and warmer then it is today. But the researchers in charge of analysing the data on Martian soil that was collected during the 2008 NASA Phoenix mission, claim that the surface of Mars has been going through a super drought for over 600 million years. They said that despite the presence of ice, the planet is just to dry to sustain any type of life.
The researchers that tested the soil believe that Mars was exposed to water for about 5,000 years before drying out and freezing what ever little water the planet had left. Thanks to Satellite images and previous studies of the Martian soil, the scientist determined that water was present on the surface for far too short of a time for life to really get a foothold on the surface.
Dr Pike, from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial, who is lead author on the study published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, explains:
“We found that even though there is an abundance of ice, Mars has been experiencing a super-drought that may well have lasted hundreds of millions of years. We think the Mars we know today contrasts sharply with its earlier history, which had warmer and wetter periods and which may have been more suited to life. Future NASA and ESA missions that are planned for Mars will have to dig deeper to search for evidence of life, which may still be taking refuge underground.”
In the study, the researchers were looking for microscopic clay particles formed when rock is broken down by water, however the team was unable to find such a marker. They found a particle similar to that, but they calculated that even if the few particles they saw in this size range were in fact clay, they made up less than 0.1 percent of the total proportion of the soil in the samples. On Earth, clays can make up to 50 percent or more of the soil content, so such a small proportion in the Martian samples suggests that the soil has had a very arid history.
The team found further evidence to support the idea that Martian soil has been largely dry throughout its history by comparing soil data from Mars, Earth and the Moon. The researchers deduced that the soil was being formed in a similar way on Mars and the Moon because they were able to match the distribution of soil particle sizes. On Mars, the team inferred that physical weathering by the wind as well as meteorites breaks down the soil into smaller particles. On the Moon, meteorite impacts break down rocks into soil, as there is no liquid water or atmosphere to wear down the particles.
So until we send out astronauts to Mars to start digging and looking for life living underground, the chances of life to ever had existed in Mars are slim to none. The possibility of underground lakes are still a very good, Lake Vostok is a liquid lake that’s resting underneath Antarctica, that lake is so deep that the core of the Earth is keeping it in liquid form, rather than iced over by the 2 miles of ice that rest above it. It is still possible for the ice chunk in Mars to have a lake underneath that’s being warmed by the core of the planet. [Science Daily]
Every year or so, someone comes up with a set of predictions that are supposed to inspire us, and give us some sort of goals for the future. Like the whole Flying car, we all know what happened with that. But at the time, it inspired the engineers to be the first ones to create this flying contraption. It created some sort of “race” to see which startup company would be offering the first vehicle by the year 2000.
Pushing flying cars to the side, other people give out predictions about the economy, wars, peace times, and accidents that are going to happen. The Image to the left reads:
The Year is 1990, The World Is At Peace War And Crime Have Been Eliminated.
Sadly, the image was supposed to symbolise a time of peace and serenity… and we haven’t seen either one of those times. I guess we can always change the year: The Year is XXXX The World Is At Peace War And Crime Have Been Eliminated : and just keep on changing the year until We no longer exist. As long as Humans are alive, War and Crime are always going to be a problem…farmthis, a Reddit User, couldn’t of have said it any better: The year is 2012. War is an essential economic driver and never-ending. Prisons are privatised and for-profit. “crimes” are handed out like candy at a parade.
I’m sure you’ve seen the images on magazines and TV where people in Indonesia climb on the side of trains and hitch a ride for free. This act is both costly, and dangerous. To prevent people from riding on the roofs and sides of the trains, the Indonesian state railway began to add “goal like” arches to the side of tracks.
The poles have small hanging concrete balls to sweep off the people from the trains. The PT Kereta Api Indonesia said that they will be installing barricades called the Goal Bola-Bolas – Goal Balls – along the tracks to literally knock people off the carts. The main “goal” is to make people want to purchase train tickets rather than ride on the roofs.
To prevent people from really getting injured, they are adding the balls at the entrances and exits of train stations so the people will be pushed off, while the train is still moving at a reasonable speed. The last thing you want is a 50 mph concrete ball to the face.
According to a spokesman for the railway, the balls are being installed because throwing riders off by hand proved both time-consuming and ineffective. [The Jakarta Post]