August 17th, 2007


Sex Workout

Having sex is yet another great past time for burning up those unwanted fat producing calories...


With partner's consent...                                                12 calories

Without partner's consent...                                           187 calories



Using two calm hands...                                                 7 calories

Using one trembling hand...                                           36 calories


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Human Bones

Custom Print Human Bones 

Custom-made artificial bones for implantation in humans are being printed using 3-D inkjet printers. Researchers at the Tissue Engineering Department at the University of Tokyo Hospital and venture capitalist Next 21 have performed trials on 10 people in the past year and a half.

The resulting artificial bone is lightweight and porous; very similar to the original human bone used as a model. The human trials were done on male and female patients, ranging in age from 10 to 54. The specific bones selected for printing and transplantation are important; facial bones are being targeted because the technique does not produce a structure that is capable of bearing weight and stress like the major bones of the body (like the femur or thigh bone).


However, the new artificial bones created from the alpha-tricalcium phosphate powder and polymer are ten times stronger than earlier implants made from hydroxylapatite, a naturally occurring mineral that is also the main component of natural bone. Researchers hope to make the technology commercially available by 2010.

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Alien Autopsy

I've seen some REAL autopsies but here's some proof that the 
Roswell Alien Autopsy was a hoax!

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Jenna Jameson

These are fresh new pics. of Jenna Jameson looking skinny (but not too skinny) on the beach.

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The Speed of Light

Human Scientists: 'We have broken speed of light'!

A pair of German physicists claim to have broken the speed of light - an achievement that would undermine our entire understanding of space and time. According to Einstein's special theory of relativity, it would require an infinite amount of energy to propel an object at more than 186,000 miles per second. However, Dr Gunter Nimtz and Dr Alfons Stahlhofen, of the University of Koblenz, say they may have breached a key tenet of that theory. 

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