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Wednesday, 31 August 2016
The Nervous System
The Nervous System Pain travels through the human nervous system at 2 feet per second. A human Godzilla’s size would be a cadaver before he knew it, as the signal wouldn’t reach his brain. But Godzilla isn’t human, and it could be speculated that his nervous system is very powerful in aiding the electrical signals to his brain, but ultimately this is just speculation. However, there is a reason for his mobility. In 1993’s Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla (II) studying a baby Godzilla revealed that a Godzilla has a second ‘brain’ which is the reason he can even stand. The concept of a second brain hints at a bundle of neurons and nerve clusters that acts as a relay towards the main brain. As a matter of fact, Godzilla was crippled when it was destroyed in the climax. Sustenance Sustenance Godzilla would most likely starve if he fed solely on living matter.
These Russian made ships (or more colloquially known as "battlecruisers" to Western defense commentators) may not be as large as some of the other entries on our list, but they certainly pack a punch. With an official designation of "heavy nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser", it's already started with a bang. Commissioned and ultimately built between the late 70s and the 1990s - only four ships pf this class were constructed, which may have had something to do with the estimated two billion dollar price tag. Renamed Admiral Ushakov in 1992, the Kirov-class sport a length of 827 feet (or 252 meters) - making them the largest and heaviest surface combatant warships used in current operation.
Saturday, 27 August 2016
Wednesday, 24 August 2016
The Montreal-based innovator has envisioned Solar Express , A futuristic train designed to ferry goods and passengers between celestial bodies and space stations. Using the force of gravity to slingshot around planets and moons, the locomotive would remain in constant motion similar to a ski lift, with smaller vehicles locking onto it along the way.
Thursday, 18 August 2016
In honor of Russian Aerospace Force Day, the Russian Ministry of Defense has released its first official footage of the fifth-generation stealth aircraft, the PAK FA Sukhoi T-50. The government unveiled the montage of its prized stealth fighters launching from an aircraft carrier's ski-jump ramp, along with several other aircraft such as the MiG-29KUB naval fighter and the Su-35S. Although the T-50s only appear for a few brief seconds, it's enough to make out the the two camouflage patterns of the first new fighters produced after the Cold War.
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Wednesday, 17 August 2016
Tuesday, 16 August 2016
Saturday, 13 August 2016
Friday, 12 August 2016
Our Top 10 analysis is based on the combined score of stealthiness, armament, speed, range, maneuverability and technology. We also considered pilot opinion on capabilities of various warplanes during dog-fight training. All of these aircraft mentioned here are incredibly powerful and devastating, however none of them have seen combat against each other during military operations yet. Our analysis is based on specifications, available data and technical comparison. Pilot training is also important, as performance of the actual aircraft depends from the pilot performance. This list do not contains aircraft that are currently under development of at the prototype stage. It includes only operational warplanes.
Monday, 8 August 2016
There are special forces and then there are the Indian Navy’s Marine Commandos or MARCOS. The Indian Navy’s elite special force, that specialises in everything from counter terrorism to underwater operations and sabotage to anti-piracy ops. Thanks to this wide field of operation, they have not only served on the high seas but also been called in during Op Vijay, better known as the Kargil War.