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Yesterday, we were given a tour of Qantas’ Sydney Jetbase including the flight hangar where aircraft are serviced and repaired. At the time of our visit, the bulk of the sprawling installation was filled up by a single Airbus A380. Standing over 24 metres high and boasting a wingspan of nearly 80 metres, it truly is a monster of a machine. Here are the photos.
Building collapses are a tragic and overwhelmingly fatal occurrence in the developing world. But that could soon change once NASA and the DH’s revolutionary, handheld radar unit comes to fruition. It scans for and identifies buried building collapse victims based solely on their breathing patterns and heartbeats.
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Numerous metropolitan subway systems around the world include spans that pass under bodies of water. If one of those lines were to spring a leak, the resulting flooding could be catastrophic. The US Department of Homeland Security might have developed the answer — a giant, inflatable tube plug.
Animal has discovered the list of words that the US Department of Homeland Security specifically target when they monitor tweets and Facebook posts and it’s, um, comprehensive. Ever tweet about the weather? Or used ‘closure’, ‘cloud’, ‘home grown’, ‘bart’, ‘subway’ or hell even ‘social media’ in your posts? YOU’RE ATTRACTING ATTENTION FROM THE DHS!!
The Super Bowl is like a goose that lays golden eggs from which cash cows hatch. It makes obscene amounts of money. So, that could be why the DHS has stepped up its confiscation of sports-related domains in the run-up to Sunday American Football Super Bowl — nuking a total of 307 separate sites.