Friday, November 3, 2017

HALLOWEEN QUIZ: Can You Find The Hidden Objects In This Picture? Find Out!

Can You Find The Hidden Objects In This Picture?

Find These Hidden Objects

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Thursday, November 2, 2017

The Dutch “Superbus” or World's Fastest Limousine?

by Ihor Cap

The 23 seater 250 km/h Superbus

Photo: The Superbus, Wikimedia Commons

It’s 15 meters or 49.2 feet long, it costs a cool 13 million euros and it was exhibited at the 2010 Millionaire Fair in Amsterdam Holland as the most luxurious bus in the world. It’s called the “Superbus.” Super, perhaps because it has a very powerful electric motor which reaches speeds of 250 kilometers or 155.3 miles per hour. You might also say it’s super because it is eco-friendly. The bus, while having an imposing length, uses a lithium polymer battery pack, has powerful regenerative braking and does not consume a lot of energy.
The “Superbus” has a cured carbon fiber chassis and is constructed with light materials, IXIS Thermoplastic reinforced fiberglass, much like the ones used in the aerospace industry. A fully loaded vehicle of this type comes with Seat belts, airbags, TV, internet, air-conditioning, heating, and much more yet it weighs a mere 9,500 kilograms or about 20,944 pounds. It seats 23 passengers comfortably and has eight doors on each side that open vertically.
The research and design team for this innovative “Superbus” project consists of the first
Dutchman in space, Prof. Dr. Wubbo Ockels, Italian Designer with Formula 1 experience Dr. Ing. Antonia Terzi (she is the Chief Project Designer), and Aerospace Engineer and now Assistant Professor Joris Melkert MSc. Its main mission is to explore public transport for the future.
Author Information:
Ihor Cap is a web author and Dad.  

More about this project here  

The Dutch Superbus Project

Friday, October 27, 2017

I will guess what you are thinking

Please follow the instructions below carefully. Go through each step first before pressing the below button, or you'll only ruin everything!
  1. Think of a number between 1 and 10.
  2. Multiply the number by 9.
  3. Add the digits of your result.
  4. Subtract 5 from your new number.
  5. Find the letter that corresponds to your number, if 1 = A, 2 = B, 3 = C, etc.
  6. Think of a country that begins with your letter.
  7. Write down the name of that country.
  8. Think of an animal beginning with the second letter of your country.
  9. Think of the color of that animal.
  10. Write down the animal and its color.
  11. Think of an animal that begins with the last letter of your country.
  12. Think of a fruit that begins with the last letter of this second animal.
  13. Write down the fruit and the animal.
When you are finished, touch analyze...