I enjoy coffee. Don’t you? So do these animals!
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Me too, adorable animals. Me. Too.
The Midnight Planétarium by Van Cleef & Arpels
The movement of each planet is true to its genuine length of orbit: it will take Saturn over 29 years to make a complete circuit of the dial, Jupiter will take almost 12 years, Mars 687 days, Earth 365 days, Venus 224 days and Mercury 88 days.
OMG look at this watch, how neat is that????
And how fantastic is it that you saw this and thought of me? :D
#lego set images #legonews #instacollage http://www.flickr.com/photos/112962905@N05/14140744944
Lego Huskies! Lego polar bear! This set is going to sell very well, I think.
Wall-mounted water cooled PC
That is fucking awesome.
Holy shit. You know when women post photos of cute babies and tag it with *MY OVARIES JUST EXPLODED* this is my equivalent.
*MY TESTICLES JUST EXPLODED*
Microscale SR-2 Normandy http://www.brothers-brick.com/2014/04/09/microscale-sr-2-normandy/
70162 Infearno Interception http://www.flickr.com/photos/67506388@N07/13624100784
This looks like something my son would love. Yeah. My son. That’s it.
Take Your Medical Equipment On The Go
Engineers have taken another step forward in the quest for wearable, wireless biosensors. This time, a team has assembled miniature sensors, circuits and radios suspended in fluids that act as a wearable, flexible electrocardiogram.
The device, reported on April 4 in the journal Science, is significantly more than a heart-rate monitor users strap on before a jog. It isn’t much thicker than a quarter or bigger than a stamp, yet it opens the door to wirelessly transmitting hospital-quality data after a patient leaves a clinic.