Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Top 7 BIGGEST Navy War Ships 2016

#7 - Kirov-class
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

Game of Thrones World

Torrhen Stark, known as the King Who Knelt, was a head of House Stark who reigned as King in the North until Aegon I Targaryen invaded Westeros with his dragons.

Thursday, 18 August 2016

Fashion Lifestyle

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Places to see before you die

This unbelievable photo is of Kalsoy in the Faroe Islands. Take a look at @visitfaroeislands feed to see more undiscovered places.

Future Energy Power Systems

IBM solar collector magnifies sun by 2,000x (without cooking itself), costs 3x less than similar systems

Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Story with Foodie ...

Lamb, carrot, mustard and lettuce by chef Paulo Airaudo and Francesco Gasbarro of La Bottega. © Alex Teuscher

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Saturday, 13 August 2016

Biker`s World

The weird and wonderful world of tech I feel this is a amazing idea, now we just need some of the drivers of these motorcycles to realize they are on bikes and not tanks

Friday, 12 August 2016

Top 10 Fighter Planes

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

Top 10 Special Forces

10 : MARCOS - India

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.

Friday, 5 August 2016

Star Wars Republic

dark side rey

Creative Wood Engineering

Folding Table Base By Richard Ayers Want a mobile table base that provides a huge work area, holds a ton and folds up to only 7 in. thick

Monday, 18 July 2016

Best way of growing potatoes

How to Build a Potato Tower

Different way of Living

The Rotterdam Watershed pavilion designed by DoepelStrijkers for the World Cities Pop-Up Expo shows how Rotterdam is adapting to climate…

Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Weapons Technology & Warzone

The system — called HALTT, for Helicopter Alert and Threat Termination — is a hostile-fire indicator that would give the pilot a warning of attack, and pinpoint its origin. It would work by detecting the distinct acoustic signature (or “crack”) of a bullet as it passes through the air. It would then indicate the