We often think of our smartphones in a negative light. They take up our time and attention, keep our focus on social media a bit too much or distract us from what is really going on in the world. But one brilliant nurse is
The things you can do with the unlikeliest of items like old pencil sharpeners and race cars. YoutTubes sensational duo Mike and Lauren converted an old engine from an RC car into a nitromethane-powered pencil sharpener. Its loud and insanely awesome. Like that old saying
When looking at this massive gun its hard to imagine anyone transporting it with any kind of ease or efficiency, which seems essential in a situation a sniper rifle would be needed. Back in 1937, the Imperial Japanese Army used a semi-automatic anti-tank rifle
Among the horrors and heroism of World War II, there were also some downright bizarre weapons. It seems thats just what happens when the economies and imaginations of the world powers are forced to focus solely on creating offensive arsenals. Subscribe to MBV
Releasing bullets at 2,300 feet per second, the X-treme Velocity Revolver has the highest claimed velocity in a big-bore production gun. In the following video, a nice Russian chap compares the 460 Magnum with Dirty Harrys preferred gun and previously most powerful, the .44
The progressive nose geometry allows for deep, straight penetration while creating a permanent wound cavity diameter exceeding that of most expanding bullets. To top it off, the bullet is solid copper or brass, and is able to overcome barriers to penetration; environmentally friendly, target
People don’t understand that Apple has released a completely innovative product, in that it is not innovative at all. They’ve done something that seems counterintuitive: They made it worse. Subscribe to MBV
As humanity evolves, so do the machines we create. Our understanding of the world, what we do for fun, and our sense of style and fashion all influence technology, as well as the reasons we seek specific devices to make life easier and more
A man disassembling his laptop discovered his computer bug was a bunch of cockroaches hiding under the motherboard. I would have probably shrieked, had I discovered something like this in my computer. Subscribe to MBV
The Walabot DIY is a tool that pairs with an Android device to let users digitally see through walls to find studs, pipes, wires, and more. The device uses sensors that work through up to four inches of concrete and that can be adjusted
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