I’m a little surprised that we haven’t covered this in detail before, because it’s so crammed full of Jalop-bait: jumping and flipping cars, AMCs, James Bond, frustrated backwoods law enforcement, and lots of secret math and early computers. The jump is the famous corkscrew from The Man with the Golden Gun.
Cool photo of the M61A2 Vulcan nose cannon in a FA-18E Super Hornet jet fighter taken by it Lieutenant Chris Nigus, Weapons Training Officer with the Strike-Fighter Squadron VFA-27 Royal Maces, based at Naval Air Facility Atsugi, in Japan. It looks like the cockpit of an A-Wing jumping into hyperspace.
Is this PROOF THE US NAVY HAS UFOS or just the launch of an F/A-18 Hornet from the aircraft supercarrier USS Carl Vinson en route through the Arabian Sea? [Flickr]
Plants use photosynthesis to turn sunlight into energy every single day. This ability appeared to be completely unknown in the animal kingdom, leaving the living solar battery that is Superman as the only animal to ever harness the sun's rays for power. But now we've discovered that a type of hornet is doing its own…
We've been talking a lot about whether or not Seth Rogen and Michel Gondry's Green Hornet will be a success. Now the first trailer is out — judge for yourselves!
Sony may have only just figured out that Seth Rogen looks nothing like the Green Hornet, but they're still going ahead with Michel Gondry's allegedly quirky take on the superhero. Check out the first ever pictures. What do you think?
Apparently, the Acer Hornet is an Nvidia Ion-based Atom-powered small PC which can be mounted on displays. The most interesting thing: Acer wants to sell it with a Wiimote-like device for gaming and remote control.