If you remember the inventor Patrick Priebe who invented dangerous things like the electromagnetic harpoon gun he created. This time he went full Tony Stark with an Iron Man gauntlet that fires an actual rocket-propelled projectile.
If you’re wondering if this is fake. Nope its not. Patrick Priebe, aka Youtuber Anselmofanzero, was infamous for building custom props from games and movies and adding powerful lasers and other assorted bits of tech to them. His latest creation is the Iron Man Gauntlet.
The gauntlet doesn’t just light up and feature rocket launcher mechanism, as you can see in the video below, it actually fires a real rocket-propelled projectile as well. As if that wasn’t enough, Priebe also added a palm laser which is strong enough to burn materials and pop balloons. The inventor decided not to share instructions on how to make one yourself, perhaps due to the fact that it’s extremely dangerous that he managed to burn himself pretty bad with a test fire of the prop shown at the end of the video.
It might not be as awesome as Iron Man’s rockets in the movies, but it’s still very impressive and crazy at the same time.
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35,000 Walruses Gathered Together In One Spot For One Disturbing Reason
From a distance, this sight may look like an ordinary rocky beach. But wait until you take a closer look.
From a distance, this sight may look like an ordinary rocky beach. But wait until you take a closer look. You'll realize those aren't rocks. The shore is actually covered with thousands of misplaced walruses.
Walruses typically relies on stretches of ice for resting and breeding while hunting for food. Unfortunately, due to the warming climate, bigger pieces of sea ice are now too far on places that is too deep for walruses to dive for food. Thousand of walruses were left without choice but to gather together on one of the last place they will be able to rest in Alaska - the shore.
An estimated 35,000 walruses gather together on share near point Lay, Alaska.
Beautiful Photos From The World’s First Drone Photography Contest
Dronestagram, the first community dedicated in drone photography, in partnership with National Geographic France, held the world’s first International Drone Photography Competition.
Drones are becoming popular these days. Formally known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), people around the world are increasingly using drones and GoPro cameras in capturing amazing aerial photographs and videos. Dronestagram, the first community dedicated in drone photography, in partnership with National Geographic France, held the world's first International Drone Photography Competition.
Here are the best entries from the contest, along with the winners.
Napier, New Zealand
10 Famous Unsolved Mysteries Around The World… Explained.
As humans, we are all susceptible to mysteries. Our curiosity always leads us to the fear of the unknown. When we encounter something that we can’t explain or far beyond what we already know, we resort to call it a mystery.
As humans, we are all susceptible to mysteries. Our curiosity always leads us to the fear of the unknown. When we encounter something that we can't explain or far beyond what we already know, we resort to call it a mystery.
We now live in a world where technology and all kinds of information can be easily accessed through our fingers-tips. Unfortunately, not all people take advantage of that. There are still many people out there who prefer to avoid computers and internet because they find it hard to hard to understand or they simply think it is too complicated for them. And believe it or not, there are still people who don't have access to these because they lives in a very far communities that, sad to say, has no internet connections.
So its not surprising to know that there are still people out there who didn't know these 7 famous unsolved mysteries... are already explained....