Get an XBOX or 4000 microsoft points FREE here: ow.ly How to destroy a Xbox 360 Just me and my friend fucking up an xbox 360 quite severely we really showed that mechanic games console no mercy. FYI no games were harmed in the process of making this video apart from call of duty black ops which sadly we forgot to take out before destroying RIP black ops you served me well. Xbox 360 (Video Game Platform), destroy, How-to (Conference Subject), Games, break, smash, bang, fuck, up xbox 360, xbox, 360, xbox 360 call of duty, xbox 360 minecraft, xbox 360 kinect, xbox 360 vs ps3, xbox 360 games, xbox 360 minecraft seeds, xbox 360 unboxing, call of duty, xbox 360 call of duty modern warfare, xbox 360 microsoft points, microsoft points, xbox 360 mincraft gameplay, xbox 360 minecraft glitches, xbox 360 slimRelated Posts:
Because some scientists have have jobs where they can sit around and speculate about the effects a sci-fi series’ spaceship would have on the universe (jelly!), researchers at the University of Sydney have decided that Star Trek’s warp drive would destroy the universe. Me? I’m convinced with a big enough laser anybody could destroy the universe.
…Space is not just an empty void between point A and point B… rather, it’s full of particles that have mass (as well as some that do not.) What the research team — led by Brendan McMonigal, Geraint Lewis, and Philip O’Byrne — has found is that these particles can get “swept up” into the warp bubble [when traveling faster than light] and focused into regions before and behind the ship, as well as within the warp bubble itself.
When the Alcubierre-driven ship decelerates from superluminal speed, the particles its bubble has gathered are released in energetic outbursts. In the case of forward-facing particles the outburst can be very energetic — enough to destroy anyone at the destination directly in front of the ship.
“Any people at the destination,” the team’s paper concludes, “would be gamma ray and high energy particle blasted into oblivion due to the extreme blueshifts for [forward] region particles.”
Meh, who cares if you kill everyone at your destination? It’s not like that wasn’t the plan anyways. Kill everybody, deplete their natural resources, and move on. It’s the circle of life the future. DUM DUM DUM!
Warp Drives May Come With a Killer Downside [universetoday]
Thanks to Mr. Spork and Mutty, who’re convinced if they just renamed the warp drive something less intense maybe its effects wouldn’t be so extreme. Now THAT — that’s what I call thinking with science.Related Posts:
Iceberg Cam, Snowball Cam, Blizzard Cam and Drift Cam were the arctic photographer’s best friends — high-tech spy robot cameras designed to resist cold and traverse sub-zero terrain. Then they got crushed to death by giant polar bears while attempting to make friends. Seriously, that’s the basic gist of Polar Bear: Spy on the Ice, a new BBC documentary which began airing last week, and which just so happens to be narrated by David Tennant. Hope he’s got a screwdriver handy, if you know what we mean. Watch the bears play a spirited match of robot football after the break, then see all the lovely mechanical carnage at our source links.
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Question by Joe in texas: Why is Obama trying to destroy Apple just before the international release of the IPAD? The Apple Ipad has sold well here. Now just two weeks before the international release the President calls the Ipad “a distraction”.
I don’t expect Obama will get any political donation from Steve Jobs this year. “You’re coming of age in a 24/7 media environment that bombards us with all kinds of content and exposes us to all kinds of arguments, some of which don’t always rank that high on the truth meter,” he told the students. “And with iPods and iPads, and Xboxes and PlayStations — none of which I know how to work — information becomes a distraction, a diversion, a form of entertainment, rather than a tool of empowerment, rather than the means of emancipation. So all of this is not only putting pressure on you; it’s putting new pressure on our country and on our democracy.” The IPAD sales will be a large percentage of Apple’s bottom line this year. Why would he trash it just before it’s release. Is he trying to kill one of our only succesful exports?
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It’s an unfortunately familiar phenomena — PC vendors suffering from razor thin margins load their devices with more stickers than a stock car and install gigabytes of useless applications that serve only to take up space and use system resources. Sony was perhaps the most egregious in 2008, offering to remove the offending bloatware for a $50 fee. It’s was if Tony Soprano went into tech — “Pay us and we won’t mess up your computer.”
It’s deja vu all over again for mobile phones. More and more devices I look at are coming installed with applications I don’t want, often popping up messages to try and upsell me on services I have no interest in. Even worse, unlike PCs where offensive applications can be removed or the OS reinstalled cleanly, there’s often nothing that can be done to get rid of unwanted mobile software without arduous work. It’s not limited to Android devices, but it seems that increasingly Android more than other platforms is shipping with the worst mobile bloatware. It’s a bad trend that’s going to lead to consumer backlash and it’s destroying the credibility of Google’s Android vision.
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Google and Verizon are discussing a partnership(Made in hell) that could result in American internet freedom taking a few backward steps and destroying net neutrality as we know it. This would go against all that Google and Verizon have stated in the past about keeping the net neutral and open to ‘ensure the openness of the web around the world.’
The agreement could give Verizon the ability to do whatever it wants when it comes to managing wireless broadband, through mobile hotspots or Android handsets.
For instance, if Site a wants to pay Verizon $X so that it loads faster than Site B, Site B has two options: it could pay Verizon $2X so that it loads faster, or it can be content with the fact that its rival just paid for better access.
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Android 16′s main mission was to destroy Goku, but that seems to be put aside because Cell appears. If Cell had not appeared, would he have still tried to carry out his mission? Pure opinion question.Related Posts: