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        A trampoline bridge over the river Seine, Paris
      
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"Throne of Games" by `jasinski (The Art of Aaron Jasinski) http://bit.ly/R2Iown

#FanArt   #Gaming   #Traditional  
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Langkawi Sky Bridge is a 125 metres (410 ft) curved pedestrian cable-stayed bridge in Malaysia. It is located 700 metres (2,300 ft) above sea level at the peak of Gunung Mat Chinchang on Pulau Langkawi, an island in the Langkawi archipelago in Kedah. The Langkawi Sky Bridge is accessible by the Langkawi Cable Car.
#amazinglandscapes #engineeringmarvels
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How I feel about the iPad and iPhone

But seriously.

#GeekHumor  
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The wait is over. Welcome to Windows 8! http://goo.gl/g0sbc
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AIRPOD POLLUTION-FREE CAR - powered by compressed air

It takes 2 minutes to fill up the tanks, and a single occupant should be able to go somewhere around 90 to 125 miles on a full set of tanks. With air costing just €1 (appx. $1.40 USD) for a fill-up, fuel costs are pretty much a non-issue.  The Airpod is controlled by a joystick and weighs less than 500kg.  It's due on the market in 2015.  It could potentially cost $10,000.

http://www.greencardesign.com/site/city-watch/mdi-airpod
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Ash and Lightning Above an Icelandic Volcano

Why did the picturesque 2010 volcanic eruption in Iceland create so much ash? Although the large ash plume was not unparalleled in its abundance, its location was particularly noticeable because it drifted across such well-populated areas. The Eyjafjallajökull volcano in southern Iceland began erupting on 2010 March 20, with a second eruption starting under the center of a small glacier on 2010 April 14. Neither eruption was unusually powerful. The second eruption, however, melted a large amount of glacial ice which then cooled and fragmented lava into gritty glass particles that were carried up with the rising volcanic plume. Pictured above during the second eruption, lightning bolts illuminate ash pouring out of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano.

Image Credit & Copyright: Sigurdur Arnar Stefnisson
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap120730.html
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