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Russian Engineer Installs a Jet Engine on an Old Bicycle to Produce An Awesome Ride!

This is SO cool!






If one is looking for a fast ride on two wheels, a motorcycle is the sensible choice. It has an engine so you don’t have to pedal to go to places. For those who want it faster, there are motorcycles with jet engines, although those are not approved for everyday use on the road. Remember Batman’s Batpod? When it made an appearance in the movie, we all wanted to have one. Yes, dream on.

So why do some people put jet engines on bicycles? It doesn’t really make sense, since you can just ride a motorcycle if you want speed. But for people like Igor Negoda, who created this cool bike, it’s the high you get out of creating something that’s just totally awesome.

All for the love of invention, that’s why.

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See, the Russian engineer found a turbine by chance and bought it using his own cash and some donated money. He decided to create just one video to show off his creation, unlike other inventors who shoot a series of videos and showing the invention from its creation phase to its testing. He shot his own video when the modified bike was already totally finished and functional.

So what is the finished product?

A standard cheap bike outfitted with a GPS (to track speed), throttle knob (to increase or decrease thrust), and place monitor (to control engine RPM and temperature).

The first test showed him starting the bike by punching controls and waiting for the impeller to run; smoke soon appeared and the insides are starting to burn. A loud grumble emanated from the engine as it starts to flame up. When it reached 622 degrees, he shut off the engine and allowed it to cool down.

He also showed the rest of the bike’s parts: a pump with valves and connectors, consumption tank, and batteries. The fuel tank is not installed on the bike; he put it in his backpack.

The second test showed Igor revving up the engine so it will rack up dust and clear the path of rocks. When this was done, he rode the bike around the small path to show its speed. The jet engine sound the bike made is just impressive!

Watch the video to see this awesome jet engine bike at work!

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NASA is Now Hiring a ‘Planetary Protection Officer’ to Defend Earth from Aliens

Sounds like a cool job, right? And it’s a six-figure salary gig!

Mark Andrew



Ever dreamed of defending the world from an alien invasion? I’m sure you did, too, like the rest of us. But that seems nothing more but a childhood fantasy, right? Well, guess what – NASA is actually looking for someone to work as a “Planetary Protection Officer” (PPO) and they are accepting applications now.

You see, a USAJobs posting tells us that NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) is indeed hiring one person for the position and it looks like a good-paying gig since the salary is from $124,406 up to $187,000. But no, it doesn't involve wearing advanced space armor or running around using laser guns.

A Planetary Protection Officer works to protect Earth from alien contamination – and help Earth avoid contaminating alien worlds at the same time.

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Tsunami Over 300 Feet High Hit Greenland

The 328 feet high “mega tsunami” that swallowed 11 homes of Karrat Fjord, Greenland, and killing 84 residents, was triggered by a landslide, scientist revealed.

Susie Steck



The 328 feet high "mega tsunami" that swallowed 11 homes of Karrat Fjord, Greenland, and killing 84 residents, was triggered by a landslide, scientist revealed.

In a report, Scientists from the Georgia Institute of Technology have found out that the 200-meter-high wave that hit Greenland last month, was strangely caused by massive landslide, stressing that the incident was a sign of a "new climate change threat."

A strangely massive landslide that caused the 300-feet tsunami, with no any signs of tectonic activity at the same time, even earthquake.

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Slug Slime Inspires New Super Glue That Could Seal Wounds, Treat Internal Bleeding

Inspired by the slug’s ability to stick to wet surfaces, a team of scientists created a super bio-glue to seal off wounds and stop internal bleeding.

Angela Beltran



Slug mucus could pave the way for a new glue to seal wounds and stop internal bleeding, a new study found.

A new class of tissue glue, created by scientists at the Harvard University, could help close up wounds, particularly in hard-to-reach parts of the body. Dubbed as Tough Adhesives, this man-made bio-glue have been tested on a pig's heart. Soon, this super glue could eventually be a staple in the operating theater.

Tough Adhesives can seal off wounds even on vital organs, such as the heart.

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