NASA released this image today. It shows the storm that produced the devastating F4 tornado that hit Oklahoma yesterday minutes before the tornado touched down south of Oklahoma City. The image was taken with NASA’s MODIS instrument on one of their Earth Observing System (EOS) satellites. You can donate $10 to the victims of the tornado by texting REDCROSS to 90999.
KC-135 Statofortress tanker planes have been refueling fighter craft in-flight for more than 60 years. While such longevity is commendable, the US military’s fleet of mid-air refuellers is in desperate need of an update. And that’s where this new flying gas station comes in.
NTV Hava provides Turkey’s and World’s weather forecast hour-by-hour to 15 days estimations. It also includes water…
Gigabyte has unveiled a new set of speakers that it says are the first in the world to use the USB 3.0 port exclusively. Speakers don’t need faster connectivity, so you may be wondering why Gigabyte would build a
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After leaving Activision, Jason West and Vince Zampella’s new EA-backed studio (minus West, who left Respawn last year) will be sharing a project name with their former employer’s next MMO project. Blizzard announced its World of Warcraft successor is
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We all know that earthquakes are bad, m’kay? But if you’re willing to look past all the destruction they cause, they have a bright, shiny, golden bright side. New research shows that earthquakes can produce gold veins almost instantaneously. Admittedly, you’d have to be pretty greedy and callow to completely look beyond an earthquake’s destructive power and say “Hey, look! Gold!” We’re not here to judge you, so we’ll just explain how the process works.
Amazing X-Ray Funny Booth HD – The 5th generation of the World’s #1 App Store X-Ray machine. Experience the World’s 1st FULL…