The like and get likes thread II

I would watch these two documentaries again if they were on Netflix:

The latter was(and I hope still is) on Hulu which I had access to only 5-6 years ago.


Late beddy time, but I still have time for an “also”. Nighties lovelies!

Also: I didn’t remember how cool was the mothership in this series!

(And yes, the main character somehow reminds me of a certain LAGLer…)


“Many or most of these technologies will be somewhere between unreliable and utterly bogus. Based on experience, however, that often won’t stop them from being deployed…”

The only thing worse than eating a McDonald’s is being in the E.R., and having your insurance company rejected your claim because McDrone reports you using their service 37 times last mouth.

“In Reykjavik, Iceland – a city divided by inlets and waterways – an Israeli drone logistics company began delivering online orders through the air in 2017.”

Security Cameras + AI = Dawn of Non-Stop Robot Surveillance - Slashdot.
Uber’s Plan To Deliver McDonald’s Hamburgers By Drone - Slashdot.


I’ll take a chance to go slepe early… Last night my sleep was interrupted by my bedroom being too hot so I woke up sweating at 4 AM. Unpleasant! :sweat:

Nightis loveleis!

Also: a day like yesteday, June 15th 100 years ago, the first non-stop transatlantic flight was performed!

It ended unceremonously in a Irish bog, but nonetheless Alcock and Brown succeeded. Back in the day even the proposal of running the engines for over 16 hours was a risky one…


I wonder who that LAGLer could be? :thinking:

Here’s an old cola ad from early 2000s:

Good night, lovelies. :heart:


“More than a dozen remote-control button presses required to access the sub-menu needed to activate the check.”

Virus checker coming soon.
Ref: Upgrade Your Memory With A Surgically Implanted Brain Chip - Slashdot.



Early beddy time, so I say: nighties lovelies!

Also: do you have some spare change bro?



Zohar StarGate Ancient Discoveries
Published on Jun 17, 2019

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Published on Jun 12, 2019

Expectation + Action =
of your life experiences.
= creation of your life experiences."

Iori Mochizuki
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How Adam Savage built a real Iron Man suit that flies

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Research Explains Mysterious Gap In Saturn Rings Relating It to Ocean Worlds

Anton Petrov
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Deep Space Update - Foggy Launches, Sea Launches, Air Launches

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A+ For Energy - Sustainability For Colonizing Mars

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Amanda Green
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Interesting, i never considered how would the brand be named in English… here it’s ben always A-sus, with stress on the A. The screen with my first computer was an Asus, actually. :grin:


Over here it is the same. People here pronounce it “uh-soos”.


Aaand, time to bed! Nighties lovelies!

Also: bird wings are anything but rigid. What if the wingtips of airplanes flexed under turbulence and that allowed for longer, lighter wings?

They’ve started small, but larger models will come as tests succeed and who knows, maybe in 15-20 years your airplane will have wingtips which flap up and down freely!


The late Jacque Fresco worked on extensive wing adjustments when he was in the military 70-80 years ago. But the trouble with him is that he never could reach anyone. May he rest in peace.

1- I sat next to baby on a ten hour flight. I didn’t think it was possible for someone to cry for ten hours straight.
Even the baby was impressed I pulled it off.

2- I just got back from Dubai where I was offered 40 camels for my wife. I usually smoke Marlboro but hey… a deal’s a deal.

3- The wife of a wealthy business man calls their butler into her bedroom while her husband is away on a trip for work
“Jeeves,” she says at once, “take off my dress.”

“Yes madam!” He replies, unbuttoning the top of her dress and watching it fall to the floor.

“Now, I want you to take off my bra.”

“Oh, yes ma’am!” replies Jeeves, unhooking the front clasp of the fancy lace bra and throwing it carelessly to the side.

“And Jeeves, remove my panties.”

“Yes ma’am!” replies the butler as he slides the black silk thong onto the floor.

“Now Jeeves,” says the woman, “the next time I catch you wearing my clothes you’re fired!”

4- Why can’t Madonna walk through walls?
Because we’re living in a material world and she’s a material girl.

Good night, lovelies. :heart:



Anton Petrov
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Tech Insider
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Lunar Impact Flashback! Moon Probe’s ‘Temporal’ Image Revealed New Crater

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Watch Satellite Parts Melt in Plasma Wind Tunnel

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The Future of Selling & Being Sold - Consumerism & The Age of The Internet

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The Logistics of the International Space Station

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Common Nuisance?
Not so, NASA has literally filled a book with all the ways the ISS has benefited humans on earth.
It’s helped new cancer treatments, enhanced robotics surgery technology, improved data processing techniques, its benefits are far ranging and wide.


cancer cures

I am going to sleep early today, because tomorrow I need to wake up early. Good night, lovelies. :heart:


Ref: Iceland’s Data Centers Are Booming – Here’s Why That’s a Problem - Slashdot.

Beddy time for me, today I just had one o the weirdest WoWs battles I’ve ever seen. My team lemmingtrained and cornered itself at cap C as the enemy freely capped A and B, but then, somehow, my team managed to still win by sinking all enemy ships while sitll cornered. At one point, half of our BBs were firing from the edge of the map, and my Cv would get fire each tiem I was spotted… and yet my team killed everyone and we won while losing 200 points behind the other team. Might be the most proficent terribad team ever… Sometimes a lemmingtai manages to manuever and turn aorudn and avance as a wreckign ball, but, winnign jsut by sitting ona corner? Never seen that.

Nighties lovelies!

Also: duh, it would be embarrassing if your Plutonium container blew because of the pressure of all the gas inside after Plutonium has decayed into helium!