Now don’t get me wrong. I love Onedrive. At work we now have to start moving our files and documents to Onedrive for Business. Problem is, I have so much stuff, including data archive, which I must preserve for documentary purposes, that getting them all including sub-folders onto the cloud is proving a mammoth task. Oh well, let IT sort it 🙂
Is it a sword? Is it a cane? Well no, it’s both. It has a 34 1/4″ shaft with sturdy wood construction, heavy-duty cast 2Cr13 stainless steel head, and 4 3/4″ 3Cr13 stainless steel blade. Recommended as a discrete form of self-defence, the remarkably sharp blade makes quick work of anything puncture-friendly. Gil Hibben is a custom sword craftsman from Wyoming state in America.
In this cool science experiment, an anvil weighing 50 lbs. (23 kg.) floats quite easily in a tub of mercury in its room temperature, liquid state. No matter how hard the demonstrator tries, the anvil refuses to sink beneath the silvery waves. Jawdropping.
New Russian army recruit Dmitri convinced his squad mates that he was the toughest gopnik in all of Nizhniy Novgorod. But his public demonstration of his brick-breaking prowess made him look like a damp blini smothered in smetana. Unlucky, Dmitri. Save the boasts for when you return home.
A CGI GIF by Rayton Solar, a solar panel manufacturer. They use laser technology to thinly slice silicon blocks with minimal wastage. As Rayton puts it “The standard industry manufacturing process wastes half the raw silicon block due to the saw blade that is used to cut silicon. Rayton Solar’s manufacturing technology is a zero waste process that represents a revolutionary new step for the solar industry.”