0% chance I would have sought out such a video on my own, but this is really incredible to watch. RC cars flying around the track at 62mph???!?!?!! Driving is so aggressive given that a wreck won't (likely) end in injury or death.
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Yeah the cars are light so they can brake and accelerate really hard, reaching their top speed at relatively short distance, and get really fast around corners. Really exciting to watch IMO :)
The unique "woosh" sound as they drive past along the straightaway is pretty sweet too.
The workout claims to accelerate ones metabolism for the next 12 to 36 hours. So the point of it isn't only burning hell lot of fat during the workout, but continues to burns fat even after it!
Ideal for slimming but be cautious not to eat too much after the workout, as faster metabolism implies better "nutritional intake" too :)
Free will is not a God like power to exempt oneself from the causal fabric of the physical world. It is an emergent property of the brain that allows us to perceive, mull over and act on choices, both an objective phenomenon and dependent on our belief in and perception of it.
In this definition of free will, we can have free will no matter we live in a deterministic or stochastic world.
It isn't particularly easy to find a gold plated goods that doesn't turn out vulgar. This elegant and classic looking track bike is plated in 24K gold on nearly every visible surface which then adorned with more than 600 Swarovski crystals, with saddle and grips in fine leathers. Pricing at 80000 Euros, it's easily one of the most expensive bicycles in the world. Only 10 will be made. goo.gl/80tPJ
The polished gold looks incredible against the black in this photo. Would love to see one of these in person.
It looks even better at higher resolution :)
If you are capable to touch type on a desktop computer, you should be able to do it on a touch screen device as well.
The keyboard is extremely resilient to typing error, and it adjusts its position, size and orientation dynamically based on user's input. User can even type with the keyboard invisible to save the precious screen estate on a mobile device.
I remember seeing a game on LT where a terran player locked down a bunch of carriers or battlecruisers and then nuked them. It was awesome.
In my attempts to find it, I found this video instead: www.youtube.com/watch?v=9s6UG1HQ5qE the commentators and crowd go nuts! That’s some legit micro :)
Okay it's gotta be painful, but no permanent injury will be caused. The electricity can penetrate 2 inches of cloth, and disabling the most aggressive and even trained personnel. The downside is the rather short range, and at most only three shots is given (in the X3 model for law-enforcement and military usage).