Sunday, July 29, 2007

What will happened...


What will happened if you put an egg, jelly beans, tomato, pineapple, catsup sachets (?) and a deodorant (?) in a microwave oven. OK KIDS DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME! Just watch it in the convenience of the Internet.

You want to know? Watch it here.


BTW, the microwave oven was invented as a by-product of WWII accidentaly by Percy Spencer, while working for the Raytheon Company.
Raytheon set out to make the first microwave oven. Since the magnetrons were used to make radars, they gave it the name Radar Range.
Robert Hall invented the magnetron that operates most microwave ovens, today.
In 1952, Tappan introduced the first home model at the very low price of just $1295!

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

How to Commit the Perfect Murder

Modern forensic science should make it impossible to commit murder and get away with it.
But how easy would it be to outfox the detectives?


Tuesday, July 17, 2007

The first "blogger"

The first blogger — regarded by many to be Jorn Barger — began his business of hunting and gathering links to items that tickled his fancy, to which he appended some of his own commentary.

On Dec. 23, 1997, Mr. Barger wrote: “I decided to start my own webpage logging the best stuff I find as I surf, on a daily basis,” and the Oxford English Dictionary regards this as the primordial root of the word “weblog.”