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Mike Montona
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Attended Bishop Denis J. O'Connell High School
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  • Netcentrics
    System Administrator, 2014 - present
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  • Bishop Denis J. O'Connell High School
    1978 - 1982
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The DNA Sequencing Thumb Drive

It was a major breakthrough in 1995: After 13 months, scientists finally sequenced the entire genome of a bacteria for the first time. Thes

Why the Moon Landings Could Have Never EVER Been Faked: The Definitive P...

This video is so good, so incredibly brilliant, solid and simple, that you will want to paste it all over your Facebooks and Twitters just t

A Theory That Explains Why Earth's Gravity Doesn't Crush Us All

Gravity is strong enough to hold us to the surface of this planet, and powerful enough to make achieving orbit a tricky proposition. But why

You Need Change When Too Many Days Aren't Worthy of Being Your Last

"When I was 17, I read a quote that went something like: 'If you live each day as if it was your last, someday you'll most certainly be righ

John Cleese: Truly Stupid People Will Never Know They Are Stupid

John Cleese is one of the funniest humans ever to grace Earth. From Flying Circus to Fawlty Towers—perhaps the funniest show ever made—to Wa

Gamers Redesign a Protein That Stumped Scientists for Years

Folding: it's detestable and boring, as any Gap employee can tell you. But it's also a totally fun thing you can do in a video game! And tod

Laser-Zapping Telescopes Have Never Looked So Amazing

We've showed you the Paranal Observatory's laser-guided telescopes before, but never in gorgeous HD motion, replete with clear stars and def

Best. Technical College. Ad. Ever.

What begins as a seemingly cheesy commercial for the Central Institute of Technology in Australia quickly devolves into a morass of extremel

Steam-Powered RC Trike: The Apex of Mechanical Eye Candy

It's slow, it's pink, and it's piloted by an innocent looking stuffed animal wearing goggles. But that doesn't make YouTube user prallplatte

Space Nerds Rejoice: A Crazy 3-D Tour of the Universe at Gizmodo Gallery

Meet Carter Emmart. He has spectacular hair and an unbelievably cool job title: Director of Astrovisualization at the American Museum of Nat

Lego Adds Some Force to Gizmodo Gallery with LEGO SANTA YODA!

What would Gizmodo Gallery without a little Lego in the picture? Or in this case, a lot of Lego. And Star Wars. And Christmas. And... well,

The World's Largest Model Railroad Adds the World's Largest Model Airport

With expansions planned all the way to 2020, the world's largest model railroad just opened its latest addition: a 1,600-square-foot model a

Designer Sheds Make For Less Depressing Cubicles

Working in a shed doesn't sound like an upgrade from a depressing cubicle. But the spired roof of this Tetra-Shed will make it feel like you

Watch This If You Are Not Scared of Flying

People scared to fly didn't like the video of the crazy crosswind landings at Düsseldorf. This one doesn't show any extreme situation, just

The Most Incredible 3D Time-Lapse Yet Is a Beautiful Love-Letter to San ...

This video, called "Deus Ex Homine," is a stereoscopic 3D motion-controlled time-lapse by artist Peter H. Chang. It features some stunning f

Burning Car Explodes Right In Firefighter's Face—but He Shrugs and Keeps...

In case there was any doubt, here is another proof of the courage of firefighters: watch as this man stands with his hose right next to a b

This Is NASA's Cancer-Sniffing Cellphone Sensor

What if you could use your phone to test the air for toxins? What if you could monitor your health simply by blowing on it? Sounds amazing,

Ikea's Video Assembly Instructions Vastly Increase Your Chances Of Success

The ongoing joke that Ikea's flat-pack furniture is confusingly complicated to assemble might be rendered moot now that the Swedish company

The Simple Wooden Tokyo Home Office

Natural light, beautiful wood, and simple minimalistic design only seems to turn out well for a workspace, and such is the case with Flickr

This cat uses sign language to ask for food

I'm not sure if this man has his cat well trained or this cat has its man well trained. Either way, this has learned an impressive trick: ho