Tuesday, June 27, 2017

This light bulb is actually a security camera system

Bungeeworkout

This artificial womb can grow a baby inside your living room

La Comuna de Tortel, Chile

Un poblado único en el sur de Chile, que sorprende por sus
paisajes y particulares construcciones.

Making a vase from 30 types of wood

Credit: Wood By Toth

Tortilla de patatas


Would you use this invention to teach your toddlers how to walk?

By purchasing this bracelet, you will remove one pound of trash from the ocean!


Self Driving Bike By Google


Sheep LED Art

August 25, 2016 · Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Ham & Cheese Roll-Ups

via Delish

These inmates are getting out early for saving an officer's life


6 Reasons Why Intelligent People Fail To Be Happy

Las 10 cascadas más raras del mundo

These Sculptures Look Incredible

LED Eyelashes

These haircuts are literal masterpieces

via NowThis

This roller coaster makes you feel like you're on a motorbike

10 Foods Made in China You Must Avoid


La Coca Cola es un veneno

via Blogdelpueblo

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Kitchen Hacks


Nunca pierdas la esperanza, Jack Ma

Unearthing Nazca

via Gaia

Samra Zafar: la historia de supervivencia

Beer Yoga

Campaña para cambiar el hábito de desperdiciar comida


3-Pound Cinnamon Rolls

These barricades can stop a flood in its tracks- via Tech Insider


Manera correcta de comer sushi


Disney's new "Avatar" theme park


Realistic body anatomy art by Danny Quirk Artwork


Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Underwater Hotel in Zanzibar, Tanzania


Saturnia Thermal Baths, Italy


The future of farming might be inside a warehouse outside New York City

via NowThis

This is the future of stitches


Affordable housing is a massive crisis in America (via ATTN:)


Èpico... películas


Water Park For The Handicapped


The Ambulance Drone!


Endless pools are basically pool treadmills- via Insider Design


Amazing Woodworking!

Video and work by Stuart Nelson

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Irena Sendler, El Ángel de Varsovia


Ancient Buddhist tradition helps clear chaotic minds


Amazing Paper Sculptures


El Skylodge es el hotel más extremo del mundo


¿Sabías que la cerveza es mejor para los huesos que la leche?


This artist brings objects to life by doodling on them


Meteora is the biggest and most important group of monasteries in Greece


This Eco Food Wrap Is Perfect For People Who Love The Environment


El concurso de belleza trans más grande del mundo


How to escape a zip tie in less than a minute


Biking Science Trick


Two Seater Drone Vehicle


Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Scewo - wheelchair mobility of tomorrow


¡Qué padres más negligentes! o ¿querían que la cobra matara al bebé?


This glove can give the disabled working hands


Awesome Vertical Climbing


This 2-year-old can finally hear her mother's voice loud and clear


These contact lenses could one day detect cancer


The Palm Tree Fish


This animator is the master of optical illusions


This Spanish hotel is made out of glass


Watch sand turn into glass objects


Wind turbine that has no moving parts


Monday, March 27, 2017

Esta panadería confía tanto en sus clientes, que ni tiene cajeros


Why Colorado might reclassify recreational weed as medical


Smart Coffee Table


These 'Skylodge Adventure Suites' are pure luxury 1300 feet above the ground


Este hombre toca música con un serrucho (Handsaw Music)

José A. Hernández Vélez es de San Germán Puerto Rico. Fue maestro de música y actualmente está retirado, aunque se mantiene activo en la música. Esto demuestra que a pesar de ser un profesor de música de instrumentos tradicionales, gusta experimentar y documentar cosas innovadoras

Sweden is so damn good at recycling, it just ran out of trash


Esta mujer vive en un crucero


Arroz con Leche


Check out the $1 billion new cruise ship to come from Celebrity Cruises


Saturday, March 25, 2017

Italia, el país más sano del mundo


This new solar flower could power your whole household


El lado artístico de Adolf Hitler


Teen sets Guinness World Records for crushing building blocks with his head


Hyperrealistic Paintings


Killa, la primera película en idioma Quichua

Vía El Ciudadano

Niña sin brazos toca el piano

Peek-A-Boo With A Rat


There are dangerous chemicals in our food that are illegal in Europe


Real-life Baby Dolls


Oil companies are destroying West African communities


The Dangers of Fluoroquinolone Antibiotic


Scientists successfully grew a half pig/half human embryo


CAT Machine climbing onto rail car


Porsche is giving every employee a $9,854 bonus


Friday, March 24, 2017

This guy breeds and collects exotic insects


Edificio increíble en forma U de Nueva York


Human Head Transplant


DIY Crayon Holder


Nueva modalidad de robo en cajeros automáticos


Spinach leaves can carry blood to grow human tissues

WPI research team shows spinach leaves stripped of plant cells can become a vascular network to deliver blood, oxygen and nutrients to grow human tissues like cardiac muscle to treat heart attack patients. This green solution may solve the major problem now limiting the regeneration of large section of human tissues, bone, even whole organs to treat disease or traumatic injuries.

“Experimento Asiento”

Un video revela cómo los hombres evitan sentir el miembro masculino simulado; algunos se molestan de sólo verlo



Experimento Asiento” es una iniciativa que pretende ejemplificar a los hombres, lo que sienten las mujere cuando son acosadas en el Metro.


“Es molesto viajar aquí, pero no se compara con la violencia sexual que sufren las mujeres en sus traslados cotidianos”, señala un letrero al piso en el asiento que muchos hombres evitan.

 Un video muestra, con cámara escondida, las reacciones de hombres y mujeres que ingresaron al vagón, donde se “acondicionó” el “Experimento Asiento”.

 Algunos hombres intentaron sentarse y molestos se levantaron al sentir un pene pegado a su retaguardia.
 
Aquí las reacciones.


Encantador de perros mordido


Mango Flower Carving


Hong Island Lagoon In Thailand


Audi USA's innovative tail lights


This High Schooler Transformed Brain Injured Treatment


Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Pudín de pan


El secreto para tener mejor salud: Beber una copa de vino tinto


Ausangate Rainbow Mountains in Peru


Dangerous Roads in the World

Zoji La, India

Ladakh and Kashmir are connected by this 9-km-long road. On top of everything, this road is extremely narrow, although it has to fit in both drivers and livestock.

Transfăgărășan, Romania

This road is located in the Carpathian Mountains and pierces the Făgăraș massif. It reaches a 2034-meter height and is the tallest road in Romania. Transfăgărășan is known for its gorgeous sights and its danger.

Dalton Highway, Alaska

Dalton Highway is the most isolated highway in the world. It is 666 km long, and only connects 3 small villages. This road is considered the snowiest highway in the world.

Khardung La, India

According to officials, this road is 5602 meters tall (practically taller than Mount Elbrus). Guinness World Records and National Geographic recognized Khardung La as the tallest pass road in the world.

Yungas Road, Bolivia

This highway is one of the most dangerous roads in the world. It takes 200 — 300 lives a year. Steep mountains are on one side, and a cliff on the other (about 600 meters tall). It is scary to think about driving on this road!

Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway

Atlantic Ocean Road connects small, coastal villages. By the way, this road is really meant for tourists, because the sights there are breathtaking.

Guoliang Tunnel, China

Guoliang Tunnel was built by the locals. A road cut out of the mountain was the only way of communication between the village and the outside world. Later, the government built a 1200-meter tunnel to help the locals with transportation.

Le Passage du Gois, France

Weirdly enough, this road is only open for a few hours every day. The road is hidden underwater for the rest of the day. Before entering the 4.5 km highway, read the schedule of tides. Otherwise, your car will simply sink.

Tianmen Mountain road, China

This road is 10 km long. It has 99 steep turns, and the difference in height between its beginning and its end is about 1,000 meters. Drivers here definitely need nerves of steel.

Hana, Hawaii

This 112 km road connects Kahului and Hana, on the Hawaiian island Maui. The narrow sinuous road connects 59 bridges, 46 of which only have one lane. The road is often closed due to the landslides.

’Kolima’, Russia

The official title of the road that connects Yakutsk and Magadan is ’Kolima’; however, people always call it ’the death road’. The first 90 km were built by 1932 by prisoners. The construction was complete by 1953.

Col de la Bonette, France

This dangerous mountain pass is located on a 2000-meter height in the French Alps, right by the Italian border. This road has steep and unexpected turns.

Gotthard Pass, Switzerland

This is one of the tallest mountain passes in the Alps. A 64-km-long road goes from side to side and surprises passengers with its scenic views.

’Caucasus’ road, Russia

This narrow road connects Sochi and the Ritsa lake through the mountains. It is scary and impressive at the same time. It’s worth seeing at least once.

Eshima Ohashi bridge, Japan

Although it is just a bridge, it is as dangerous as the roads we mentioned above. The bridge connects Sakaiminato and Matsue. It is about 1.7 km long, and 11.3 meters wide. From the far, the bridge seems impossible to climb. This height allows large ships to pass underneath.

A bridge in Island County, Washington