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Who The Hell Is This? Jessica Cirio Bikini Pics From Miami

These were snapped over the past couple days Argentine bombshell Jessica Cirio spent the afternoon working on her tan in Miami Beach. She was accompanied by her boyfriend Luciano Bernardi. Here’s more info from her Wiki: Jessica Wanda Judith Cirio Perutich (born March 21, 1982 in Lanús, Buenos Aires Province) better known as Jésica Cirio is an Argentine model, dancer and vedette of Italian descent. She has appeared on the Argentine reality show Cámara en Mano as well as in pictorial spreads in Revista Hombre.

Cheryl Burke is Sorta Famous, on Vacation

Dancing with the Stars' . . . um . . . "dancer" . . . Cheryl Burke was in the Dominican Republic yesterday frolicking in the waves. And no one really cared. No one batted an eyelash. Business went on as usual. One guy did point at her -- which got Cheryl pretty excited that someone recognized her -- but that was only because he thought he saw a boat behind her.

Grace Park In A Bikini FTW

I’ve said it a million times but Asian chicks are the best. They’re little and skinny with long hair and really soft skin. If being a girl was an Olympic event, Asian girls would set the world record 35 times a day. ‘Battlestar Gallactica’ star Grace Park, seen here filming the new CBS version of ‘Hawaii 5-0', is a perfect example. If you can think of a hotter girl than Grace Park, I’d love to see her, but since you live in fantasy land I’m not sure how you would contact me.

Winnie Cooper Is Hot, Has Crazy Eyes

Who’s old enough to remember Danica McKellar as the sweet little Winnie Cooper from the Wonder Years? If you raised your hand, I’m guessing you’re near 30-years-old or older. Anyone younger than that probably just has good taste in classic television shows. Here she is looking hot with her crazy eyes at a Lupus LA event.

PHOTOGRAPHY & EYE CANDY

High Energy Examples of Concert Photography

It’s summertime and you know what that means. It’s the time of year when music festivals and concerts are in full swing. They provide great opportunities to create some amazing images. So pack your camera and bottled water, its time to capture your masterpiece. Below are some amazing examples of high energy concert photography to inspire you.

Overgrown Cemeteries, Tombs and Catacombs

It has become something of a cliche for gothic horror films to begin with the wind rustling through the branches of an old yew tree in an overgrown cemetery, with a wolf howling away in the background. But it's hard not to be taken in by it with these tangled grave stones fit for any Hammer Horror production and catacombs worthy of Indiana Jones.

Beautiful Canada Landscapes HD Wallpapers

Canada is located in North America and stretches all the way from the Atlantic to the Pacific, being made up of ten Provinces and three Territories. To the North is the Artic ocean; Davis Strait on the North East separates it from Greenland, to the East is the Atlantic Ocean; the South is bordered by the United States of America and the West by the Pacific Ocean and Alaska.

The Dirty Secrets Of Coal

Coal is a dirty and dangerous business. It produces more than half of the energy in the U.S. because it is a cheap resource, but it comes at a high human and environmental cost. The coal industry is the single largest producer of greenhouse gas emissions -- and that's just the beginning. We're taking a look at some of the dirtiest secrets the coal industry doesn't want you to know.

PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES

Rolls-Royce Apparition by Jeremy Westerlund

This stunning concept called Rolls-Royce Apparition was created by Jeremy Westerlund from Dallas. He designed it as an independent project while studying at the Art Center of the School of Design. The car differs sharp geometric lines, the huge hood and a large 23-inch wheels. This concept is a great blend of classic design elements and futuristic ones.

Cadillac Ciel Concept

The Cadillac Ciel Concept - pronounced "C-L," the French translation for sky - is a four-seat convertible that opens a new chapter in Cadillac's design and product ascent, pushing the brand's Art & Science philosophy into a new stratum. Ciel is a new expression of Cadillac's historical grandeur, as well as a celebration of open-air motoring. "Large, expressive luxury is innate to Cadillac and the Ciel recalls that heritage, while suggesting where the brand can go in the future," said Clay Dean, global design director for Cadillac. "Authentic luxury is driven by experiences, not just products, and Ciel is about the experience of the journey." The spacious and elegant Cadillac Ciel Concept is a grand gesture that explores themes driving Cadillac's explorations into range-topping flagship luxury. It is powered by a twin-turbocharged version of the 3.6-liter Direct Injection V-6 engine, paired with a hybrid system using lithium-ion battery technology.

Growling Sharp Ferrari

Take a peek at this lovely sharp sports car with the Ferrari name slapped on it, inspired by the form language of Credo E-Bone, another design by the same designer that’s no less that a city bus. That, and the bones of animals and humans are where this comes from. This designer takes the Italian dynamic and organic, soft shapes that are closest to nature. Inside and out, this vehicle is meant to radiate energy and power. This is the Ferrari Enzo, a car that never ever stops, but appears to sit in time even as it flies down the highway. The one sentence the designer hopes to let loose as much as possible is “My car has always more power than yours.” Time for crushing of all road opposition! Road warrior!

The Weirdest Plane Ever Created By NASA

Your eyes are not deceiving you: The wing of this plane is oblique, turned 60-degrees across its fuselage. It's the AD-1 Oblique Wing Aircraft and it's the weirdest plane ever created by NASA. But why did they make it this way? The AD-1 Oblique Wing Research Aircraft was designed and made at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center—located in Edwards, California, in the western Mojave Desert—in the mid-1970s. Engineers were curious about the aerodynamic characteristics of such a plane, as well as the control laws required to govern it. Their objective? Better fuel economy: Wind tunnels at NASA Ames showed that an oblique wing design will use half the fuel at supersonic speeds, thanks to superior aerodynamic qualities.

TECHNOLOGY & OTHER NEAT STUFF

EDWARD The Vehicle of the Future

If there was a competition for coolest transportation device for the future, the diwheel would be at the top of the list with hover cars and teleportation. Over the past 3 years students at Adelaide University have been working on an Electric Diwheel With Active Rotation Damping or EDWARD. EDWARD is an entirely electric diwheel, the operator is strapped into the bucket seat between the two large wheels with a 5 point harness and can control the machine with a gaming joystick. Full dynamic stability and slosh control allow the operator to maneuver the vehicle at up to 40km/hr, inversion control even allows you to drive upside down (if you are that way inclined). The next question is just where can we get one? Check out the video after the break for a demonstration of EDWARD in action.

How The Terminator's .45 Longslide With Laser Sighting Came To Be

While Arnie's one-handed reloads on his Winchester 1887 may make that shotgun the most iconic weapon of Terminator 2, his laser-sighted .45 Longslide was definitely king in the first. Laser sights are something you can buy in any gun shop today, but back in 1984 they were extremely rare -- and expensive. The one for the movie was custom made by SureFire, a company that specializes in tactical flashlights. Lasers at the time were helium neon, requiring a whopping 10,000 volts to power on and a constant 1,000 volts to stay bright. To manage this on a shoestring budget in the '80s the weapon had a wire running up Arnie's sleeve to a battery inside his jacket and a switch he had to activate with his other hand. Crude, but effective, and, most importantly, cheap -- SureFire representatives received only a T-shirt and some other assorted movie swag.

Infrared Thermal Imaging Around The Home

Thermal imaging, or infrared thermography, makes it possible for us to "see" the amount of heat given off by everyday household objects. In the image above, a tea bag is lifted out of a hot cup of tea. The colours show temperature variation. The temperature scale runs from white (warmest) through yellow, orange, red, purple and black (coldest) .

Fastmac U-socket Now Going For $20

And here you were thinking this thing had vanished into the never-ending Lairs of Vaporwareville. Lucky for you, the gents and gals over at FastMac have been hard at work caving to the also never-ending list of demands from the UL and various other safety agencies. That means that the utterly brilliant U-Socket is indeed still on track for mass production, but it'll be slightly redesigned and stacked with a few bonus features by the time it hits the market. According to an update sent out to loyal pre-orderers (which can be seen in full after the break), the USB sockets have been relocated as a compliance measure, but now, they're of the SuperSpeed variety. Each one is also capable of 10W power and it also smokes the EPA's Energy Star requirements.

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