Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Why NASA Spews Out Half A Million Gallons Of Water During Rocket Launches

This is almost half a million gallons of water being blasted a hundred feet into the air.
The most impressive part? It was all done in just 60 seconds.

NASA created the massive fountain as part of a test for its Space Launch System, scheduled to launch for the first time in 2020.

It will be the largest, most powerful rocket NASA has ever built. Standing upright, the SLS will reach 322 feet in height, 17 feet taller than the Statue of Liberty, and weigh almost 6 million pounds.

Its first planned mission? A 25-day trip around the moon.

Tech Insider

A Plastic Surgeon Guesses Who's Had Plastic Surgery | Lineup | Cut

Seattle Cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Shahram Salemy, a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon specializing in Cosmetic surgery in Seattle, Washington figures out who's had plastic surgery while explaining the type of surgery needed. The video has been viewed almost 2M times since October...


Monday, November 12, 2018

ICE SWIM | Feeling the power from the cold

Swedish photographer, Jonna Jinton shows us how to become one with nature, more specifically, with winter, by going ice dipping - complete with some nice wooly socks. The video has been viewed over 1M times...

The winter is here again, and this time I wanted to prepare myself for this 6 cold months to come. This winter I want to feel the cold as a source of power, and not the opposite.
I thought that taking a little swim in the ice cold water is the best way to start this winter, to really get into the very core of how cold feels like. Almost like a ritual. The ice swim become a symbol for not letting the cold take control of me.

And it's a way of testing myself. It's a strange feeling to do something when my whole body tells me to not do it.

This is something I will try to do regularly during this winter. Because taking a ice swim really has the most amazing effect on our body and mind. I have never, ever felt so full of live as the two times I have taken a swim in ice cold water. It's like giving your body a power start.

Jonna Jinton

This Dish Could Kill You

It must be really good for these people who continue to risk their lives eating this dish...

When Egypt’s Ministry of Health issues its annual warning to stay away from a local deadly delicacy called feseekh, you would think that most would comply. Instead, thousands flock to their local feseekh eateries every day to enjoy the traditional dish. Feseekh, or fermented mullet fish, can cause poisoning or even death if not prepared properly. That is why Ibrahim Shaheen, a local expert and maker of feseekh, takes extra care to make sure his fish are fermented properly. Using a technique that has been passed down his family for over 100 years, Shaheen carefully prepares the fish and sells it to restaurants all over Egypt. He understands the risk involved in eating and serving feseekh but for him, and countless others, the risk is worth the reward.

Great Big Story

Friday, November 2, 2018

Noah and PJ's Surprise Wedding First Dance

Check them out - dancing to 'Conga' by Miami Sound Machine/ Gloria Estefan, 'Vogue' by Madonna... even 'Dirty Dancing' was thrown in there. What a lift! These guys are making social media waves with their incredible dance moves.
The traditional first dance started off slow but their guests soon got a delightful surprise...

We seriously did have "the time of our lives..."  An incredible night surrounded by incredible people!  Special thanks to Katy Spreadbury, Wil Nieves (Nieves Latin Dance Studio), Andrew Holtz (Holtz Wedding Photography), and the movie Ex Machina for the disco inspiration.

PJ Noah

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Lip Sync Battle with Tiffany Haddish

Nevermind the lip sync, check out those dance moves, lol...

Jimmy faces off against Tiffany Haddish in an intense lip sync-off to songs like Post Malone's "Psycho" and James Brown's "Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine."

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Paralysed men walk again with spinal implant - BBC News

Scientists in Switzerland have developed a spinal implant that enables people who had previously been considered permanently paralysed to walk again temporarily.
When switched on, the device boosts signals from the brain through the injured part of the spine to the legs.
It has also surprised scientists by appearing to repair nerve damage in the spinal cord.
The technology is in its infancy, but the BBC met some patients who have been trying it out.

BBC News

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