November 24, 2006
November 23, 2006
In the near future gas prices have reached astronomical highs nearing $40 a gallon. One man, Archie Andrews, an environmentalist elementary school teacher, is trying to discover an alternate fuel source. While experimenting with wheat grass, Archie accidentally stumbles upon a solution. That solution turns out to be blood. HUMAN BLOOD!
Posted by Ron at 10:52 PM
Please wait while one of the largest mobile machines in the world crosses the road. The machine pictured above is a bucket-wheel excavator used in modern surface mining. No, it's not Photoshop trickery. Machines like this have given humanity the ability to mine minerals and change the face of planet Earth in new and dramatic ways. Some open pit mines, for example, are visible from orbit. The largest excavators are over 200 meters long and 100 meters high, now dwarfing the huge NASA Crawler that transports space shuttles to the launch pads. Bucket-wheel excavators can dig a hole the length of a football field to over 25 meters deep in a single day. They may take a while to cross a road, though, with a top speed under one kilometer per hour.
November 21, 2006
Just got my hands on this amazing little program! It's like someone re-designed Painter/Photoshop with Flash 4 in mind, nice and simple and easy to use, nothing fancy just a beautiful sketch pad. It's soooo smooth! Here's my first 3 minutes doodling. It's so much fun!