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Game Developer Accuses Real-Life Weapons Manufacturer - [briefly]
02:46 AM EST - Jan,24 2022 - post a comment

IGN investigates the story behind an indie game studio's claim that Kalashnikov Concern, Russia's largest arms manufacturer, stole a shotgun design from a game the studio was developing to make a real life shotgun.

I Spent $1100 on DisplayPort Cables...for Science! - [briefly]
09:31 AM EST - Jan,23 2022 - post a comment

Check it out!

SEC Attempts HIDING Documents !!! - [briefly]
11:25 AM EST - Jan,22 2022 - post a comment

SEC Moves to Keep Documents of Hinman Speech Hidden from Ripple with an appeal to Judge Torres.

Norton Crypto. It's EVEN WORSE than you think.... - [briefly]
05:30 PM EST - Jan,20 2022 - post a comment

Norton has made an Ethereum mining pool that comes with Norton 360... is it any good? Is it a scam? Let's find out!

Russia's Central Bank proposes ban on cryptocurrencies - [briefly]
05:26 PM EST - Jan,20 2022 - post a comment

Russia's Central Bank has proposed banning cryptocurrencies on Russian soil. If the Russian administration honors the proposal, it would become illegal to mine, trade, invest and exchange any Digital Payment Tokens, commonly known as cryptocurrencies, in Russia. The apex banking authority has claimed that cryptocurrencies are a direct threat to Russia's financial stability. Apparently following in China's footsteps, Russia is mulling the idea of banning crypto transactions and mining. Elizaveta Danilova, head of the Central Bank's financial stability department has, however, assured, "For now there are no plans to ban cryptocurrencies similar to the experience of China. The approach we have proposed will suffice." Russian crypto-miners trail only behind the United States and Kazakhstan. In other words, Russia is the world's third-largest player in bitcoin mining. The country contributed about 11.2 percent of the global "hash-rate" or computing power to mine cryptocurrencies. The Central Bank has indicated that Russians have an annual cryptocurrency transaction volume of about $5 billion. The Russian Central Bank has opined that "speculative demand primarily determined cryptocurrencies' rapid growth". Apparently, this has the traits of a pyramid scheme, wherein only the early investors reap the benefits. The bank further cautioned about "potential bubbles in the market, threatening financial stability and citizens."

As a precautionary measure, the apex banking authority in Russia has reportedly proposed preventing financial institutions from carrying out any operations with cryptocurrencies. Simply put, no banks or exchanges would be able to buy or sell digital tokens using fiat currency. Additionally, Russia just might make cryptocurrency mining illegal as the Central Bank has also expressed concerns over excessive energy consumption. There's no clear indication about owning any cryptocurrency. In other words, owners of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other crypto tokens could still legally own their digital assets. If the proposal is accepted, owners won't be able to sell their assets in Russia or exchange them for Rubles.

A GPU you might be able to buy... But shouldn't - [hardware]
06:30 PM EST - Jan,19 2022 - post a comment

Check it out!

Terence McKenna Metaverse Interview (Virtual Reality) - [briefly]
03:34 AM EST - Jan,19 2022 - post a comment

At the dawn of the virtual reality movement, Terence McKenna gave an interview about the future possibilities of digital worlds.

Wipe your Car Windshield with Shaving Cream - [guides]
04:48 PM EST - Jan,18 2022 - post a comment

Shaving cream is used by many people only for shaving. But shaving cream is a real all-rounder with which you can do a lot. Among other things, you can also wipe your car windows with it. What advantages this has, I show you in this video! Because if your car windows always fog up from the inside, you can do something about it with shaving foam. Put some shaving cream on a cloth and wipe your window with it. You only need the shaving foam. After some time it disappears and you have applied a layer of shaving foam to your window. This now ensures that no water can settle on the pane. And thus the pane can no longer fog up from the inside. Try it out directly by breathing on the pane. It no longer fogs up. You can even prevent your windshield from freezing from the inside. No more water can settle on the windshield, so there is nothing there to freeze. So rub all your car windows from the inside with shaving foam and they will no longer fog up in the future. Try this ingenious trick but necessarily also with your car once.

Protect XRP from Gensler, Beat Inflation wXRP DeFi, - [briefly]
06:12 PM EST - Jan,17 2022 - post a comment

Binance Completes wrapped XRP Integration and Opens Deposits for wXRP integration on Ethereum.


NVIDIA Releases GeForce 511.23 Game Ready Drivers - [briefly]
01:14 PM EST - Jan,16 2022 - post a comment

NVIDIA today released the GeForce 511.23 WHQL drivers. These drivers introduce support for Windows 11 Dynamic Refresh Rate feature, and formally debut NVIDIA Deep Learning Dynamic Super Resolution (DLDSR). This is an interesting new feature that's an inverse of DLSS, and works to improve eye-candy of older games. Your game is rendered at a higher resolution than your display head, and the render is intelligently scaled down to enhance detail. Such a feature already existed with DSR, but DLDSR adds certain "smarts" by adjusting the higher render resolution on-the-fly, to improve performance. The drivers also add support for CUDA 11.6, even more OpenCL extensions, and a handful more Vulkan extensions, besides support for even more G-SYNC compatible displays. As a Game Ready driver, version 511.23 adds optimization for "God of War," including support for DLSS and Reflex; and "The Anacrusis." The fixes and known-issues list of this driver appears identical to that of the GeForce 511.17 drivers released earlier this week.
Game Ready for
  • God of War
  • The Anacrusis
  • Hitman III Year 2
Gaming Technology Supported
  • Includes support for NVIDIA DLDSR (Deep Learning Dynamic Super Resolution)
New Features and Other Changes
  • Added support for Windows 11 Dynamic Refresh Rate.
  • Added support for CUDA 11.6.
  • The NVIDIA OpenCL driver has added support for new provisional extension specifications released by Khronos.
  • Added new OpenCL compiler technology as an opt-in feature.
Fixed Issues in this Release
  • [Detroit Become Human]: Random stuttering/freezing occurs in the game. [3389250]
  • Flicker/disappearing text when 12-bit color is used [3358884]
  • [HDR][G-Sync]: Mouse pointer gets stuck after turning on HDR from the Windows Control Panel or after toggling G-Sync from the NVIDIA control panel. [200762998]
To work around, click the mouse (right or left button). The mouse cursor will be sluggish for a few seconds before returning to normal operation.

The Fatal Flaw in HP's Omen 45L broke me - [briefly]
06:21 AM EST - Jan,16 2022 - post a comment

Why do companies keep having such weird issues with their pre-builds!

Against the Ice - Official Trailer - [off-topic]
04:16 PM EST - Jan,15 2022 - post a comment

Against the Ice is a true story of friendship, love and the awe-inspiring power of companionship as two men succeed in finding proof Greenland is one island but not before battling extreme conditions in their fight for survival.

How Long Can a Tesla Keep You Warm In A Frozen Traffic Jam? - [off-topic]
01:00 PM EST - Jan,15 2022 - post a comment

Would be interesting to see a comparison between the two Teslas in truly cold weather (like -40 degrees)

Tsunami hits Tonga after giant volcano eruption - [briefly]
09:12 AM EST - Jan,15 2022 - post a comment

Tsunami waves caused by a giant underwater volcanic eruption have hit the Pacific country of Tonga. Social media footage showed water washing through a church and several homes, and witnesses said ash was falling over the capital, Nuku'alofa. A tsunami warning sent residents scrambling to higher ground. The eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Haʻapai volcano was heard across the South Pacific, reportedly as far as New Zealand and Australia. Tonga's capital lies just 65km north of the volcano, on the country's main island of Tongatapu. One Tonga resident, Mere Taufa, said the eruption hit as her family was preparing for dinner, and her younger brother thought bombs were exploding nearby. "My first instinct was to take cover under the table, I grabbed my little sister, and screamed at my parents and others in the house to do the same," New Zealand news site Stuff.co.nz quoted her as saying. Ms Taufa said the next thing she knew, water was rushing into their home. "You could just hear screams everywhere, people screaming for safety, for everyone to get to higher ground," she added. The plumes of gas, smoke and ash pouring from the volcano reached 20km into the sky, Tonga Geological Services said.


Solving the huge Rubik's Cube 15X15 in record time - [off-topic]
05:43 PM EST - Jan,14 2022 - post a comment

How to solve a Rubik's cube of this size? 15x15x15, although not the largest Rubik's cube in the world, but solving of it is very difficult!

Bugatti Chiron on Autobahn - 417 KPH (GPS) On-Board CAM - [off-topic]
04:50 PM EST - Jan,14 2022 - post a comment

Many people have asked that we share raw footage from the GoPro from inside the car during the Top Speed test and so we did. We hope you enjoy the ride, this time from a different perspective. It is July 2021, and it's been six years since our last trip to the Autobahn near Wittenberg, Germany. We have been to this city a few times, to remind us of the great reformer - Martin Luther. We are thankful for his hunger for Truth, his obedience to the Word of God, rather than the traditions of man and his courage to stand up to tyranny and oppression, even if it would cost him his life. We recommend the book Great Controversy, where this history is explained and reveals what is happening in our time today and where we are heading. After our trip, on Sunday morning, we performed a speed test, but this time with the Bugatti Chiron. We also tested the Porsche 911 Turbo, Lamborghini Aventador and the Bentley Flying Spur. (Those cars are in a different video). The section of the A2 was a 3 lane, 10 km straightaway with a light descent in the middle, so there was visibility along the whole stretch. Safety was a priority, so the circumstances had to be safe to go. We thank God for the safety and good circumstances, as we were able to reach the speed of 414 km/h!

My PC keeps turning off... - [hardware]
02:36 AM EST - Jan,14 2022 - post a comment

Check it out!

All of Us Are Dead - Official Trailer - Netflix - [off-topic]
01:51 AM EST - Jan,14 2022 - post a comment

School's out for the Apocalypse! All of Us Are Dead | Coming January 28, only on Netflix

AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 22.1.1 driver - [briefly]
08:19 AM EST - Jan,13 2022 - post a comment

AMD has released the first 2022 driver for its graphics cards. According to the release notes, the AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 22.1.1 driver offers optimal performance in God of War and Monster Hunter Rise. Going into more details, this new driver increases performance by up to 7% on the Radeon RX 6900XT, RX 6800XT and RX 6700XT. The AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 22.1.1 driver also comes with some fixes. For instance, it fixes some flickering issues that could occur in DX12 games with Radeon Boost. It also resolves some visual corruption in Halo Infinite on some AMD GPUs.

AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 22.1.1 Driver Release Notes

Support For

  • Monster Hunter Rise
  • God of War
    • Up to 7% increase in performance in God of War @ 4K Ultra Settings, using Radeon Software Adrenalin 22.1.1 on the 16 GB Radeon RX 6900 XT graphics card, versus the previous software driver version 21.12.1.RS-445
    • Up to 7% increase in performance in God of War @ 4K Ultra Settings, using Radeon Software Adrenalin 22.1.1 on the 16 GB Radeon RX 6800 XT graphics card, versus the previous software driver version 21.12.1.RS-446
    • Up to 7% increase in performance in God of War @ 4K Ultra Settings, using Radeon Software Adrenalin 22.1.1 on the 12 GB Radeon RX 6700 XT graphics card, versus the previous software driver version 21.12.1.RS-447

Fixed Issues

  • Connecting multiple monitors with high display bandwidths and differences in vertical intervals to a system may lead to high idle memory clock values being experienced by some users.
  • After upgrading to the latest Radeon Software, the Power Tuning component of a saved tuning profile may not load correctly when a user imports a previously saved tuning profile.
  • When some users zoom-in during Halo Infinite gameplay, they may experience visual corruption on some AMD Graphics Products such as Radeon RX 5600 XT Graphics.
  • Flickering may be observed when playing Fortnite on some AMD Graphics Products such as Radeon RX 6800 XT Graphics using DirectX 12 with Radeon Boost enabled.

Massive SpaceX Tower That Will Launch Humans To Mars - [technology]
04:46 PM EST - Jan,12 2022 - post a comment

Elon Musk took to Twitter to show off SpaceX's "Mechzilla" that will be used to launch its Starship spacecraft atop the Super Heavy booster rocket. The launchpad will first be utilized for upcoming NASA missions that look to put humans back on the surface of the moon, and eventually trips to Mars.

NVIDIA Launches GeForce 511.17 WHQL Drivers - [briefly]
06:11 PM EST - Jan,11 2022 - post a comment

NVIDIA today released the latest version of GeForce driver software. Version 511.17 debuts the 510-series version numbering for the software. This driver introduces support for the GeForce RTX 3080 12 GB graphics card the company stealthily launched today. The drivers also fix a bug with "Detroit: Become Human," where random stuttering was observed in the game; flickering text in Windows with 12-bpc color enabled; and the mouse pointer getting frozen when toggling HDR from within Windows Control Panel, after enabling G-SYNC from NVIDIA Control Panel.

New Features and Other Changes
  • This release supports the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 (12 GB) GPU.
Fixed Issues in this Release
  • [Detroit Become Human]: Random stuttering/freezing occurs in the game. [3389250]
  • Flicker/disappearing text when 12-bit color is used [3358884]
  • [HDR][G-Sync]: Mouse pointer gets stuck after turning on HDR from the Windows Control Panel or after toggling G-Sync from the NVIDIA control panel. [200762998]
To work around, click the mouse (right or left button). The mouse cursor will be sluggish for a few seconds before returning to normal operation.

This driver is a little light on features and availability options, but Nvidia has also announced it is working on a major Game Ready driver release for January 14. This will carry support for God of War (DLSS and Reflex), Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Extraction (DLSS and Reflex), Hitman III, The Anacrusis (DLSS), GRIT (DLSS), and Monster Hunter Rise, alongside a new Dynamic Super Resolution technique involving AI, and more.

Windows 11 Dev build 22526 focuses on fixes - [briefly]
05:36 PM EST - Jan,10 2022 - post a comment

Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22526 to the Dev Channel. In it, Microsoft has not really highlighted any major changes other than it "includes a good set of changes and improvements as well as fixes."

Nvidia GeForce MX350 Test in 20 Games in 2022 - [gaming]
03:29 PM EST - Jan,09 2022 - post a comment

Testing 20 popular games on an Nvidia GeForce MX350 2GB GDDR5 in 2022!

2022 Is Gonna HURT! - Fails of the Week - [off-topic]
03:19 PM EST - Jan,09 2022 - post a comment

Check it out!

The best new laptops of 2022 - [hardware]
01:08 PM EST - Jan,08 2022 - post a comment

From dual screens to gaming tablets, we run down the most exciting laptops from CES 2022.

Everything Samsung revealed at its CES keynote - [briefly]
06:05 PM EST - Jan,07 2022 - post a comment

At CES 2022, Samsung unveiled a ton of new products at its kickoff keynote, including a new portable projector and a gaming monitor.

CES 2022 is INSANE for VR and the PSVR2 - [technology]
05:40 PM EST - Jan,07 2022 - post a comment

I can't wait to be living in like 5 years from now when we hopefully have super light weight VR headset/goggles with retina quality displays and maxxed out FoV using curved displays, and they work stand alone. VR is so exciting.

PS5 next-generation VR system officially named PlayStation VR2 - [gaming]
03:26 AM EST - Jan,07 2022 - post a comment

The next-generation virtual reality system for PlayStation 5 is officially named PlayStation VR2, and its controllers are called the PlayStation VR2 Sense controllers, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced at the Sony Corporation Consumer Electronics Show 2022 press conference. Get the first details via Sony Interactive Entertainment senior vice president Hideaki Nishino on PlayStation Blog.

I pray this works...Intel GPU hopes - [hardware]
02:45 AM EST - Jan,07 2022 - (1 comments)

There's a big gap in the mid range GPU market for Intel to take advantage of right now. I hope they can pull it off.

RTX 3050 Vs RX 6500 XT - Which One To Get? - [hardware]
01:09 PM EST - Jan,06 2022 - post a comment

Both AMD and NVIDIA announced their newest offerings to tackle the huge 1080p market, while still bringing features like Ray Tracing to the masses, but on a budget. Now while both cards sound very similar on paper, one may be easier to get than the other. Let me tell you why!

NVIDIA announces GeForce RTX 3090Ti and RTX 3050 - [hardware]
03:29 AM EST - Jan,05 2022 - post a comment

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti ships with 10752 CUDA cores and 24GB GDDR6X memory. It is NVIDIA's first model to feature 21 Gbps 16Gb modules, which is part is the reason why this card has a higher TDP of 450W, over 100W more than the RTX 3090 model. It is also the first GPU to utilize a 16-pin power connector, which will hopefully become a standard that will replace standard 8-pin power connectors. The new flagship GPU has a boost clock of 1860 MHz unlocking nearly 40 TFLOPs of single-precision compute power, a compute performance not available to any NVIDIA Ampere GPU yet. NVIDIA was not ready to share the specs of this new card just yet, but promises to reveal more details later this month. NVIDIA is also launching its entry-level RTX 3050 GPU with 9 TFLOPS of single-precision compute power. This model is based on GA106-150 GPU with 2560 CUDA cores. It is equipped with 8GB GDDR6 memory across a 128-bit memory bus. NVIDIA announced that RTX 3050 will become available on January 27th with a suggested retail price of 249 USD. As with the previous entry level NVIDIA RTX 30-series card, the RTX 3050 does not come with a Founder's Edition model and will have to be purchased with one of NVIDIA's partners instead.While the RTX 3050 is set to become available for purchase on January 27th, high demand and the ongoing semiconductor shortages, are likely to make it extremely difficult to obtain one of these graphics cards. While NVIDIA is touting the RTX 3050 has an MSRP of $249 USD, given the high demand it may very well be even more difficult to obtain the RTX 3050 at those prices.

AT&T predicted the future in 1993 - [technology]
04:53 PM EST - Jan,03 2022 - post a comment

AT&T's 1993 "You Will" ad campaign predicts video conferencing, voice recognition, tablets and more

Security Camera Captures The Horrifying Moment A Colorado Wildfire - [off-topic]
04:52 PM EST - Jan,03 2022 - post a comment

A Colorado homeowner captured dramatic footage of a wildfire sweeping past her home. "I don't know if my home is still there," she tweeted.

I Inspired This Product! - [briefly]
03:44 PM EST - Jan,02 2022 - post a comment

What I like about ASUS is that they are always trying new technologies and aren't afraid to take risks.

Do you remember the Y2K bug? Microsoft Confirms New Y2K22 Problem - [security]
02:52 AM EST - Jan,02 2022 - post a comment

For many, the New Year was a time to spend with family and friends and a time to form loose and hopeful pacts in the form of New Year's resolutions. For sysadmins responsible for Exchange servers, it's been a much different story as Microsoft Exchange servers have not been able to properly process the new date, and therefore, can't process mail.

The first social report for this rolled in at 1am EST from Reddit user /u/FST-LANE who suggested that Microsoft released a bad update, aptly named '220101001'. This was presumably a scheduled patch to allow for processing the new date, but it didn't go as planned. " I see a bunch of errors from FIPFS service which say: Cannot convert '220101001' to long," wrote /u/FST-LANE.

This aligns with reports from Marius Sandbu, manager for the Norwegian firm Sopra Steria, who released a detailed synopsis of the cause. He reports Microsoft Exchange servers have stopped processing mail altogether because it isn't prepared to handle today's date. He states, "The reason for this is because Microsoft is using a signed int32 for the date and with the new value of 2.201.010.001 is over the max value of the 'long' int being 2.147.483.647."

The most troubling part of this is the stop-gap solution. In order to resume processing of mail, sysadmins are disabling malware scanning on their exchange servers, leaving their users, and possibly the servers themselves, vulnerable to attack.

The bug affects Exchange Server 2013. 2016, and 2019.

UPDATE: The company has kept its promise and has released a resolution for the problem. It has provided both an automated scan engine reset script solution as well as a manual input solution.

Intel Core i5-12400 already on sale - [hardware]
10:32 AM EST - Jan,01 2022 - post a comment

YouTuber Chill Builds managed to purchase an Intel Core i5-12400 6-core Alder Lake-S processor from a local retailer. This processor is not yet officially available for sale.

Big Tech CEOs share their vision for the Metaverse! - [technology]
09:44 AM EST - Dec,31 2021 - post a comment

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang, and Cristiano Amon, CEO of Qualcomm all tout their vision for the metaverse. See how they first reveal the concept and the role it will play in the future.

Building my new Gaming PC for 2022 (High-end) - [briefly]
09:40 AM EST - Dec,31 2021 - post a comment

Unboxing and building my new Windows 11 gaming PC for 2022. Intel Core i9-12900K 12th Gen

DDR5 Scalping is SOLVED - [hardware]
02:13 PM EST - Dec,29 2021 - post a comment

The answer to DDR5 is literally DDR4. There's no reason at all to let DDR5 bother you this early in the game. The vast majority of users aren't even fully utilizing what DDR4 has to offer. Let the scalpers keep their boxes of DDR5 sticks like idiots. DDR5 still has places to go and things to do before it gets my money.

A DREAM COME TRUE - Ferrari F40 in Monaco! - [off-topic]
12:28 PM EST - Dec,29 2021 - post a comment

Non-F1 fans: "Man, this YouTuber can really drive!" :-D


Short overview of recent news articles

Game Developer Accuses Real-Life Weapons Manufacturer (Jan,24 2022 )

I Spent $1100 on DisplayPort Cables...for Science! (Jan,23 2022 )

SEC Attempts HIDING Documents !!! (Jan,22 2022 )

Norton Crypto. It's EVEN WORSE than you think.... (Jan,20 2022 )

Russia's Central Bank proposes ban on cryptocurrencies (Jan,20 2022 )

A GPU you might be able to buy... But shouldn't (Jan,19 2022 )

Terence McKenna Metaverse Interview (Virtual Reality) (Jan,19 2022 )

Wipe your Car Windshield with Shaving Cream (Jan,18 2022 )

Protect XRP from Gensler, Beat Inflation wXRP DeFi, (Jan,17 2022 )

NVIDIA Releases GeForce 511.23 Game Ready Drivers (Jan,16 2022 )

The Fatal Flaw in HP's Omen 45L broke me (Jan,16 2022 )

Against the Ice - Official Trailer (Jan,15 2022 )

How Long Can a Tesla Keep You Warm In A Frozen Traffic Jam? (Jan,15 2022 )

Tsunami hits Tonga after giant volcano eruption (Jan,15 2022 )

Solving the huge Rubik's Cube 15X15 in record time (Jan,14 2022 )

Bugatti Chiron on Autobahn - 417 KPH (GPS) On-Board CAM (Jan,14 2022 )

My PC keeps turning off... (Jan,14 2022 )

All of Us Are Dead - Official Trailer - Netflix (Jan,14 2022 )

AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 22.1.1 driver (Jan,13 2022 )

Massive SpaceX Tower That Will Launch Humans To Mars (Jan,12 2022 )

NVIDIA Launches GeForce 511.17 WHQL Drivers (Jan,11 2022 )

Windows 11 Dev build 22526 focuses on fixes (Jan,10 2022 )

Nvidia GeForce MX350 Test in 20 Games in 2022 (Jan,09 2022 )

2022 Is Gonna HURT! - Fails of the Week (Jan,09 2022 )

The best new laptops of 2022 (Jan,08 2022 )

Everything Samsung revealed at its CES keynote (Jan,07 2022 )

CES 2022 is INSANE for VR and the PSVR2 (Jan,07 2022 )

PS5 next-generation VR system officially named PlayStation VR2 (Jan,07 2022 )

I pray this works...Intel GPU hopes (Jan,07 2022 )

RTX 3050 Vs RX 6500 XT - Which One To Get? (Jan,06 2022 )

NVIDIA announces GeForce RTX 3090Ti and RTX 3050 (Jan,05 2022 )

AT&T predicted the future in 1993 (Jan,03 2022 )

Security Camera Captures The Horrifying Moment A Colorado Wildfire (Jan,03 2022 )

I Inspired This Product! (Jan,02 2022 )

Do you remember the Y2K bug? Microsoft Confirms New Y2K22 Problem (Jan,02 2022 )

Intel Core i5-12400 already on sale (Jan,01 2022 )

Big Tech CEOs share their vision for the Metaverse! (Dec,31 2021 )

Building my new Gaming PC for 2022 (High-end) (Dec,31 2021 )

DDR5 Scalping is SOLVED (Dec,29 2021 )

A DREAM COME TRUE - Ferrari F40 in Monaco! (Dec,29 2021 )

Everything You Know Is Wrong (Dec,29 2021 )

Formula E vs WRC vs Formula One... in the wet! (Dec,28 2021 )

Making a Simple Hydrogen Generator from Washers (Dec,28 2021 )

A sneak peek into Metapolis: The metaverse for all, powered by (Dec,27 2021 )

Building the ULTIMATE Racing Setup (Dec,26 2021 )

Insane Tesla Model S EXPLOSION!! 30kg of dynamite! (Dec,26 2021 )

Christmas Fails of the Week (Dec,26 2021 )

I Bought Out This Bankrupt Computer Store's Inventory (Dec,25 2021 )

Why Passengers Dread Getting SSSS On A Boarding Pass (Dec,25 2021 )

Merry Xmas Everybody! (Dec,24 2021 )

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