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WARNING: If you are squeamish or don’t like looking at feet pointing in the wrong direction, DO NOT WATCH.
You would think that they would have checked the depth of the water before just gallivanting up to the pier and deciding to jump. Assuming that the water is deep enough probably would have taken too much effort and they would have had to move farther down the pier once they discovered the shallowness at their chosen jump location. Although, I do believe other ankles (on smaller bodies) may have been able to take that jump without completely dislocating…
- Woman Walking While Texting Fell Off Pier (neatorama.com)
- Texting woman splashes into Lake Michigan (news.cnet.com)
- Very Busy Woman Is So Busy Texting That She Walks Off a Pier [The Way We Live] (jezebel.com)
- Walking and texting causes woman to fall off a pier (intomobile.com)
- Johnson Pier, Pillar Point Harbor, Half Moon Bay (sfgate.com)
Seeing as Christmas is coming so soon, this would be an absolutely amazing gift. If you’d like to spend the large amount of money that I’m sure they cost, go ahead and let me know so I can send you my mailing address.
I also really enjoy the song that is played throughout. So if you’re a cheap ass and would rather just buy me the song, I’d be okay with that too… if I had to be.
promotional video of the Flyboard by Zapata Racing!!
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- New Jetpack Brings Man Closer to Dolphin-Like Leaps [Video] (gizmodo.com)
- Flippin’ eck! Flyboard lets you become a human dolphin (dailymail.co.uk)
- New Water Jetpack For Dolphin-Like Leaps [Video] (gizmodo.com.au)
A black hole has been discovered that is 12 billion light years away. This black hole is relevant because it holds the most water we’ve been able to find in the entire universe, 140 trillion times the amount of water of all of Earth’s oceans combined. That is a whole hell of a lot of water.
Wired – “This quasar holds a black hole that’s 20 billion times more massive than the sun, and after gobbling down dust and gas it belches out as much energy as a thousand trillion suns. The water vapor is spread around the black hole in a gaseous region spanning hundreds of light years.
The water reservoir was discovered by astronomers, led by scientists at the California Institute of Technology, and using the Z-Spec instrument at the Caltech Submillimeter Observatory in Hawaii and the Combined Array for Research in Millimeter-Wave Astronomy (CARMA) in the Inyo Mountains of Southern California.”
Astronomers are currently working on building a telescope that will enable them to better focus on these wavelengths; It is being called the CCAT (Cornell Caltech Atacama Telescope). They are hoping to begin construction in 2013 and have it all finished by 2017.
The fact that there is water prevalent in space is a wonderful sign. The existence of water goes well beyond our knowledge, considering the length that it took the light from this black hole to travel to us. The more we learn, the more exciting the future becomes as far as observing space. Way to go on this great find!