Monthly Archive: November 2018

The goth who lives with a lolita doll

Two British girls are the most unlikely best friends as one is a goth, and the other a pastel lolita. Rosie Hinton, 21, is a pastel-coloured ’80’s space baby’ living in London with her...

Quasi linear convective system

Thunderstorm time lapse and spectacular phenomenon with facts and information of where to witness these fascinating sights. Upward lightning, mammatus, sprites, gustnadoes and of course, tornadoes. [Via: Pecos Hank]

KMT waterjet cutting xilix spectrum cake cutter

KMT Waterjet Cutting Systems and the Xixlix Systems‘ Spectrum cake cutter demonstrates 1,000 ipm (inches per minute) (25400 mm/min) waterjet cutting of sheet cake. The waterjet cake cutter can cut unlimited, intricate cake shapes...

How vinyl records are made

Brooklyn Phono is a vinyl record pressing plant in NY with 5 printing presses that make 3,000 vinyl per day. INSIDER is giving you a behind the scenes look at how Brooklyn Phono creates and refurbishes...

Rise of the machines

Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future is a book by American futurist Martin Ford. The book discusses the impact accelerating change and artificial intelligence will have on the labor market. His thesis is that there will...

Functional anatomy of the hand

In this vintage educational video, Drs. Robert Chase and William White describe the functional anatomy of the hand, including detailed descriptions of flexors, extensors, nerves and musculature. [Via: Stanford Anatomy]

Alice Elizabeth Doherty

Alice Elizabeth Doherty was one of the most fantastic American freaks of all time, the only known person born in the United States with the exceedingly rare condition hypertrichosis lanuginosa or “dog-faced” hypertrichosis. Nevertheless...