1,451-Horsepower Hennessey Venom GT Spyder Might be Fastest Roadster Yet, Does 0-60 in 2.4-Seconds

Hennessey Venom GT Spyder

Powered by a twin-turbocharged 7.0L V-8 that produces a whopping 1,451-horsepower, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheels, the Hennessey Venom GT Spyder is one roadster you don't want to mess with. Sticky Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires help put the power to the ground and there's also GPS-based traction control system with calibration settings for some of the world's top race tracks. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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なんという奇跡・・ バスケ決勝の試合で凄まじいブザービーターが炸裂!

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福岡市で開催されたミニバスケットボールの決勝で、目を疑うようなシュートが炸裂・・・・ 続きを読む

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Oh! Sorry.(via VonRaf)



Oh! Sorry.

(via VonRaf)

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Vine by o-ji



Vine by o-ji

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Luci Inflatable Solar Lantern Goes Anywhere, Has 3 Settings for Under $15

MPOWERD's Luci Inflatable Solar Lantern can be set to provide a steady radiance or an eye-catching flash. Lightweight and waterproof, it's easy to use as a task light or decorative lantern and is ideal for those living, working or playing off-the-grid anywhere in the world. Get one here now for under $15. Continue reading for two more videos and information.

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Beautiful Illustrations by Brian Stauffer

Brian Stauffer

As a contributing artist to publications including The New York Times, TIME Magazine, The New Yorker, The Nation, The Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Esquire, GQ, and over 300 others worldwide, Brian Stauffer’s illustrations are best known for their conceptual take on social issues.




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SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/11/beautiful-illustrations-by-brian-stauffer/

LM3D Swim is the First 3D-Printed Car Aimed for Mass Production

LM3D Swim

Local Motors has officially unveiled LM3D Swim, the world's first 3D-printed car set for mass production. This all-electric vehicle will eventually contain 90-percent 3D-printed parts as the technology continues to develop - currently 75%. "In the past few months our engineers have moved from only a rendering to the car you see in front of you today," said Local Motors CEO Jay Rogers at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. The first road-going models are set to hit the streets in 2017, and will cost you $53,000. Continue reading for another video and more information.

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A Few Interesting Photos From The Past

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Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, somewhere in Arkansas, USA, circa 1933


The only known photo of Albert Einstein with his E=MC^2 equation – 1934


Adolf Hitler visits the tomb of Napoleon at Les Invalides, Paris, France (1940)

Interestingly, Hitler had been planning a mausoleum for himself that would incorporate a sarcophagus similar to Napoleon’s placed in a large Pantheon-like structure with an oculus placed directly over the coffin, so that it would be exposed to the elements – thus “directly linked to the universe.”

According to legend, Napoleon’s tomb is laid out in such a way that to see the monument you are either on the lower level, looking up in awe at the emperor’s enormous sarcophagus, or “bending down” over the upper lever – bowing to Napoleon himself. The design of Ulysses S. Grant’s tomb was based off Napoleons’s as well.


A German dispatch dog carries messages to the front line during a German offensive in January 1918


Oldest known photo of a tornado, taken about 20 miles SW of Howard, South Dakota, United States. (August 28th, 1884)


Prostitutes in Can Tho, Vietnam, 1970 by Philip Jones Griffith


Harassment during a civil rights sit-in at the Cherrydale Drug Fair in Arlington, VA June 10, 1960


Billy the Kid, 1879


East Germans crossing into West Berlin check out western pornography, the day after the fall of the Berlin Wall, November 10, 1989


Marilyn Monroe and Joe Dimaggio at the Fairmont Banff Hotel in Banff, Canada, five months before their wedding. August 19, 1953


Rasputin and groupies. Gorokhovo street flat, Saint Petersburg, 1914

Who was Rasputin and what was his influence?

Rasputin was a religious mystic and faith healer. The heir to the Russian thrown had hemophilia, which at the time was poorly understood and potentially very dangerous. Rasputin was able to stop his bleeding, either by using hypnosis or giving him aspirin. This gave him access to the royal family and influence with the Russian Empress.

During WWI Rasputin prophesied that Russian forces would not be victorious until the Emperor personally led them. This did not go well. Rasputin was later assassinated for unclear reason. He famously took a long time to die and survived through several methods of murder.


SS officer initiation – 1938


Recording an episode of “Gang Busters”, true crime radio show, New York, 1930’s


Authenticated photo of Jesse James and Robert Ford, ca.1880’s


152 mm Howitzer battery fires during Belorussian Strategic Offensive Operation, 1944.


Eva Braun at the Berghof, undated


PFC Richie sniffs at the delicate perfume of his girlfriend in Jay, Oklahoma, as he opens her letter in Vietnam, April 12, 1966


A Man In A Suit And Sunglasses Rides A Skateboard Down A Hill Path In Central Park, New York (1965)


Sunday Morning On The South Side Of Chicago (1941)


Plunging Necklines In 1950s


A Life Guard, Brighton Beach, New York (Between 1901 And 1906)


Chicago Train (1950s)


Night fishing in Hawaii, 1948.


Stewardess for United Airlines in 1970.


Hazel Lee, a female Chinese American pilot in World War II, 1942.


An 18-year-old Tony Hawk, 1986.


Native American woman, 1926.


A policeman judges an ankle competition in England (1930).


Einstien at the age of three (1882).


Ozzy Osbourne (1975)

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/11/a-few-interesting-photos-from-the-past/

知ってた? 有名チェーン店の「裏メニュー」まとめ

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各有名チェーン店には通常のメニューには書いていない裏メニューなるものが存在します。実際に可能なものはぜひ試してみたいですよね。そんな裏メニューを、ユニークな食べ方と含めてご紹介。 続きを読む

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6 Photographers Asked To Shoot Portraits Of 1 Man… With A Twist

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Canon recently conducted an interesting experiment on the power of perspective in portrait photography. They enlisted the help of 6 photographers and asked them each to independently shoot portraits of a man named Michael. But there was a twist: each photographer was told a different thing about Michael’s background.

The photographers were told that Michael was: a self-made millionaire, someone who has saved a life, an ex-inmate, a commercial fisherman, a self-proclaimed psychic, and a recovering alcoholic. Michael, an actor, did his best to take on the personality of each character.

“A photograph is shaped more by the person behind the camera than by what’s in front of it,” Canon says. This experiment, titled “Decoy,” was intended to prove that point and “shift creative thinking behind the lens.”

Here’s a taste of what the 6 resulting portraits looked like through 6 different perspectives of who Michael is:

Fisherman

Alcoholic

Millionaire

Convict

Life Saver

Psychic

Via PetaPixel

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/11/6-photographers-asked-to-shoot-portraits-of-1-man-with-a-twist/