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Global warming threatens glaciers. In the news time from time slips that one or another icy river is endangered. So the best way is to hurry in order to make sure that the photos do not lie, and the ice really is all shades of blue and pink colors, and not white, as it appears to those who saw it only in the form of icicles, hanging from the roofs of houses.
Not satisfied with creating a stop-motion animation of microscopic proportions, Nokia has gone in the opposite direction, this time turning a beach into what Guinness deemed the “world’s largest stop motion animation set.”
Do you belong to Team Ferrari or Team Lamborghini? Whether you already know which cars really turn your crank or you’re still on the fence, it’s imperative that you know the latest and greatest to come out of both showrooms. Imperative to you keeping your Man Card that is.
Even if you already know that chances are good you’ll never be able to afford to insure a Ferrari or a Lamborghini, you should still be able to rattle off a few stats about them. For example, how fast can their fastest cars go? Which models cost the most money to buy? These are the things that should matter to you hot blooded young men out there.
A lot of what we take for granted in the modern automobile has come along only after a great deal of trial and error—and, perhaps, neglect. Take, for instance, the humble headrest. While a headrest design was patented in 1923, the National Highway Transportation Association only passed a law that all passenger cars should have headrests in 1969—after hundreds of thousands of spine injuries as the result of whiplash. The safety belt was first put to use in horse-drawn carriages in the 1850s, but wouldn't be standard-issue in cars until the early 1960s. Sadly, many of the most basic innovations that are part of every automobile interior today came about this way. Grim, but true. These are the most dangerous car interiors—and a few that were unique for ushering in safety before it was fashionable.
One might say Big b*tt are the new black in Hollywood. A big backside, like the ones belonging to Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce or Kim Kardashian, could help fight diabetes, say top Harvard Medical School researchers.