Today's Mighty Oak

Alright, let’s see what we have today, first up, the sequel:

Amazing photos from when we detonated a nuclear warhead underwater.

Interactive light sculptures.

I think this is smart, flash drives that are tied to your fingerprint.

I try not to give their hate any publicity, but this is a great video:

This looks like something Dr. Seuss came up with, and it plays music for hospital patients.

This is probably only interesting to me, but the typography manual from the MTA from the 1970’s has surfaced

A bicycle bridge that hovers over major intersection

Beautiful photography of light streaks:

Some great Valentine’s Day cards

Hiking boots with a hidden fire starting kit, which is a great idea!

That’s it for now, have a great one!

Alright, let’s see what we have for today, first up, a new version of Sim City:

The Great Barrier Reef is losing massive amounts of coral, partly because of climate change, but also because of the increase of a certain type of starfish, much like the reefs in the Caribbean are being ravaged by the invasive lionfish.

Tim Cook paid tribute to Steve Jobs, one year after his death.

Someone is going to try to go over the Irish Sea in this, believe it or not:

If you’re a man, and your candidate loses, you may experience a drop in testosterone.  Which may lead you to not again in the future, very strange.

This is really cool, removing some of the growth rings to show younger versions of (dead) trees:

Big Bird was on SNL last week!  I can’t believe I missed that!

Okay, two fire videos, first up:

And secondly, a slow motion Molotov Cocktail:

And lastly, a full plane was crashed to learn how to better survive it, Nightline covers it.

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