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Thursday, 14 July 2011

Creating 3D Ash Ketchum

Creating a 3D Profile shot of Ash Ketchum from Pokemon with Google Sketchup.

Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Monday, 31 January 2011

Breaking news.... Is it Michael Jackson?

This song recently released, has become the latest in a long line of conspiracies, there is a lot of speculation surrounding this song and whether it is actually performed by the legendary  Michael himself. Personally i belive it is Michael, but what do you think?

Monday, 17 January 2011

A little bit of Link goes along way...

I ended up doing this because i was reminiscing the good old days of The legend of zelda the ocarina of time on the N64... sigh those were the days.


Thursday, 13 January 2011

Undiscovered Talent

This is a friend of mine Ivy, she has just staggered us all by releasing this amazing song on youtube, im trying to spread the word, as it is yet undiscovered, and she has talent that should be shown.

Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Unreal Gold, Last level last hope...

You can expect to see some Unreal gold posts from time to time, i have a long running affair with the pc game, along with some die hard fans, and still many newcomers. If your a fan, stop by my COOP server Corpse COOP sometime ;]

Have no idea what im talking about? thats ok, find out more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unreal

Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Thunderstorms on Earth Hurl Antimatter Into Space

This NASA illustration is a still from an animation depicting how thunderstorms on Earth can create beams of antimatter particles and hurl them into space.
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center click for larger image
SEATTLE – Powerful thunderstorms on Earth can fling beams of antimatter into space, a new study finds.
Scientists picked up on the never-before-seen phenomenon by peering at thunderstorms with NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. The antimatter particles were likely created by what scientists call a terrestrial gamma-ray flash (TGF), a brief burst of gamma rays produced inside thunderstorms and known to be associated with lightning, researchers said.
"These signals are the first direct evidence that thunderstorms make antimatter particle beams," study lead author Michael Briggs, of the University of Alabama in Huntsville, said in a statement. Briggs presented his team's results here today (Jan. 10) at the 217th meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Seattle.
"I think this is one of the most exciting discoveries in geoscience in a very long time," Duke University's Steven Cummer, who was not involved in the research, in a press conference. It "seems like something straight out of science fiction."
Monitoring gamma rays
Antimatter particle beam signal observed by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray space observatory on Dec.14, 2009 from a terrestrial gamma-ray flash over Egypt.
This NASA graphic depicts the antimatter particle beam signal observed by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray space observatory on Dec.14, 2009 from a terrestrial gamma-ray flash over Egypt.
Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Fermi is designed to monitor gamma rays, the highest-energy form of light. When a piece of antimatter strikes the observatory and collides with "normal" matter, both particles immediately annihilate and are transformed into gamma rays — which Fermi can detect.
In the new study, Fermi's Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM) instrument picked up gamma rays with energies of 511,000 electron volts, researchers said — a telltale sign that an electron has met its antimatter counterpart, a positron. [What Is Antimatter?]
The gamma-ray detector  spotted the antimatter signals while searching for at terrestrial flashes of gamma rays. To date, scientists have identified 130 gamma-ray flashes from Earth since Fermi's launch in 2008, and four of them clearly show antimatter signatures, researchers said.
Fermi was located immediately above a thunderstorm for most of the observed gamma-ray flashes, but in several cases, storms were far away.
During one event, spotted on Dec. 14, 2009, Fermi was hovering over Egypt. But the active storm was in Zambia, some 2,800 miles (4,506 kilometers) to the south. The distant storm was below Fermi's horizon, so any gamma rays it produced could not have been detected.
"Even though Fermi couldn't see the storm, the spacecraft nevertheless was magnetically connected to it," said Joseph Dwyer, of the Florida Institute of Technology. "The [terrestrial gamma-ray flash] produced high-speed electrons and positrons, which then rode up Earth's magnetic field to strike the spacecraft."
Positrons and electrons annihilated each other, emitting gamma rays detected by Fermi's gamma-ray burst detector, researchers said.
Making antimatter
The tops of thunderstorms harbor electric fields. Under the right conditions, scientists think, these fields can become strong enough that they drive an upward avalanche of electrons.
When these electrons are deflected by molecules in the atmosphere, they emit gamma rays. Some of these gamma rays pass near atomic nuclei, in the process transforming into an electron and a positron, researchers said. It's these particles that reach Fermi's orbit.
The revelation that thunderstorms can produce antimatter follows closely on the heels of the discovery that lightning can emit X-rays and gamma rays, researchers said.
"Just a year or so ago, it wasn't at all obvious that something like this should happen," Dwyer said.
Earth is likely not the only planet that boasts antimatter-generating storms, researchers said.
"There's every reason to think the same processes are happening on other planets, such as Jupiter and Saturn," Dwyer said. But the storms on those gas giants generally occur deeper in their atmospheres, so their antimatter beams may not be able to escape into space, he added.

11 year old boy reincarnated..

Check out this fascinating story about an eleven year old boy who remembers his past life with extreme detail.. what do you think?

Monday, 10 January 2011

Real-Life Superhero Fights Crime In US City

A real-life Superhero dressed in tights, a mask and a black and gold lycra suit, says he is helping to make the streets of Seattle safer by scaring away criminals. The man, called Phoenix Jones, wears a bullet proof vest, and also has stab protection as well as being armed with a taser and tear gas.

He says when he walks into an area, criminals leave because they see the suit and do not want to take him on.
It is almost a case of Superman meets Batman as on most nights Phoenix walks into a comic store, enters a back room hidden behind shelves and is transformed into his character.
He has already managed to stop a man breaking into a car and possibly stealing it.
The would-be victim, known as Dan, was walking back to his vehicle in a car park when he saw a man with a metal strip trying to open his car.
Dan said: "He started sticking it down between the window and the rubber strip."
Phoenix Jones has a bullet-proof vest and is armed with a taser and tear gas

Dan began to call 911, but said help arrived before he even finished dialling.
He explained: "From the right, this guy comes dashing in, wearing this skin-tight rubber, black and gold suit, and starts chasing him away."
Phoenix is not the only costume-clad crime-fighter in Seattle.
There are eight other members of his Rain City Superhero group who also walk the streets, looking out for crime and prepared to fight it.
Since Phoenix started his crusade nine months ago, he has been stabbed and was threatened with a gun several times, but received no serious injuries.
Unfortunately, he did not find the man who was breaking into Dan's car.
He told CBS: "When I walk into a neighbourhood, criminals leave because they see the suit.
"I symbolise that the average person doesn't have to walk around and see bad things and do nothing."

Sunday, 9 January 2011

Welcome to my world.

I'd like to welcome you all first to my blog, i promise you it will be one heck of a ride, as this is just the beggining, i will start with something we can all relate to, Animals... We all love em right? well i know i do haha, so here is a video of some cuties, some fascinaters, and some flat out crazy animals in all their glory.