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This video is called Celebrating Alaska’s Shorebirds. It says about itself:

21 May 2014

In Alaska, hundreds of diverse species from tiny songbirds to the much larger sandhill cranes and majestic trumpeter swans all share the same rich nesting grounds.

The fact that these shorebirds, some weighing in at a fraction of an ounce, travel up to 20,000 miles annually simply gives us humans a profound sense of awe when they arrive each spring, right on schedule. Celebrating Alaska’s Shorebirds chronicles this amazing migration against the spectacular background of Alaskan scenery. Produced over a two and a half year period of field work this stunning film has captured many stunning images in a variety of locations with in Alaska where these birds land to feed, rest, nest and breed.

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Arctic birds nesting earlier to catch advancing springs

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Aside from its speed, shocking good looks, ultimate customer satisfaction and impressive mechanical/electrical design there are many fun facts about the innovative Model S. Whatever else the company and Elon Musk have up their sleeve, we are excited to see it in the much anticipated Model X and more!

A reflection on some of the Model S’s impressive accomplishments is in order, and just remember, you read it here.

Some fun facts about the Tesla Model S include:

  • The NHTS’s tried to perform a root crush resistance test on the Model S, and it actually broke. The roof crush resistance is over twice the requirement by the NHTSA.
  • It also got a 5.4 star crash test rating which was the highest ever recorded.
  • The Model S has the largest panoramic sunroof of any production car.
  • The Motortrend’s Car of the Year Award is extremely coveted and the Model S was the first electric vehicle to receive this award ever.
  • The largest digital display/touchscreen at 17” of any production vehicle. In effect creating a “minimalist” design with no knobs or physical dials on the dash.
  • This car also has the lowest drag coefficient of any production car, at 0.24.
  • The sound system in the Model S includes “visual surround control” where a 3D image of the insides of the vehicle comes on the screen and users can just drag their fingers to direct music to be louder accordingly.
  • The cargo space in the car is the largest in its class, in fact underneath the front hood is even more storage space!
  • There are only 20 moving parts
  • A web browser is included in the 17” display, with internet provided entirely by Tesla!

Now we are interested in knowing more about Tesla’s commitment to the planet…and that smaller Model S (code name: “Blue Star”).



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The word on the street in the aeronautics industry is that the Airlander, the world’s largest aircraft is picking up heat or helium that is. The “high-flying mega-blimp” from a British company called Hybrid Air Vehicles Ltd. Is an “amalgam of a plane, airship, helicopter and hovercraft.”


The Airlander has received government funding and it was originally being developed for the U.S. Army, but the government ditched the project in 2013. Since Hybrid Air Vehicles Ltd. Purchased the Airlander, it has been picking up as an awesome invention that can stay high up in the air for three weeks, it can circle the globe twice and it can even carry 22,000 pounds. Additionally, the Airlander is 60 feet longer than the biggest airliners currently on the market such as the Airbus A80 and Boeing 747-8. And, it even has the ability to set down on ice, land or sea according to the International Business Times article on March 3rd, 2014.



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Fancy wearing body armor that gives you superhuman strength? Then you should head to the Sant’Anna University in Pisa. Take a look at the newest wearable robot.


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