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Kate Beckinsale Bikini Butt Pics

Actress Kate Beckinsale showed off her world-renowned tight English ass in a bikini in the photos below. It is impossible to tell if Kate Beckinsale’s ass is actually nice or if she is just such an uptight English bitch that she keeps her butt cheeks firmly clenched together at all time.

Ashley Greene's Striking Silver Dress

Ashley Green sparkled on the red carpet in a silver sequined dress at the "Twilight Saga: Eclipse" U.K. premiere yesterday. She may look all sweet and innocent, but the actress recently admitted she beat up her first school crush. The star was showing off her Tae Kwon Do martial arts skills in front of friends and decided the boy she was sweet on would be her victim. She explained, "I had to spar with the boys because I beat the girls up...This guy that I had a crush on, we called him Spitfire...I gave him a bloody nose and lip, so needless to say the romance did not work out."

Heidi Montag Tries To Be Funny, Fails, Remains Freaking Hot

Here’s everyone’s favorite augmented reality star, Heidi Montag, in a new Funny or Die video, in which she tries to be funny (I think), but fails miserably. Heidi goes on about plastic or something; I’m not really sure because I muted the damn thing after her doorknob of a husband showed up. Having said all of that, she looks freaking hot. I know, I know, it pains me to say it, but c’mon, she does. Yes, even if she is more plastic than human at this point, and a totally ditz. Enjoy!

Jamie Eason

Jamie Eason is popular fitness model and writer. She is also a former NFL Cheerleader and winner of the World’s Fittest Model competition. She has been the featured subject and cover girl on many fitness and women’s magazines. Jamie is currently a full time spokesperson for Bodybuilding.com, and is developing her own line of swimwear.


Yareta –Alien Life in the Andes?

There is something green and alien looking, growing in South America. On first inspection you might think that it is some extraterrestrial species, using the remote grasslands of the continent to establish a foothold on planet Earth. Yet however alien this looks, this green mass of cells has its origins very much on this world. This is Yareta. Also known as Llareta in Spanish it is found in only a handful of countries – Chile, Argentina, Peru and Bolivia and grows at altitudes of between 3200 and 4500 meters – below these heights and you will simply not find the plant. It looks huge but is in fact a colony of thousands of tiny individual flowering plants in the Apiaceae family, formally classified as Azorella compacta.

Awesome LeParkour Action Photography

Parkour or l'art du déplacement (English: the art of moving) is the physical discipline of training to overcome any obstacle within one's path by adapting one's movements to the environment. It is a non-competitive, physical discipline of French origin in which participants run along a route, attempting to negotiate obstacles in the most efficient way possible, as if moving in an emergency situation. Skills such as jumping and climbing, or the more specific parkour moves are employed. The object of parkour is to get from one place to another using only the human body and the objects in the environment. The obstacles can be anything in one's environment, but parkour is often seen practiced in urban areas because of the many suitable public structures available such as buildings and rails.

Olafur Eliasson: Your Rainbow Panorama Now Complete

olafur eliasson's highly anticipated new installation 'your rainbow panorama' is now complete. set to open on may 28th, the permanent elevated structure provides a 360º view of the city of århus, denmark. suspended between the city and the sky, the viewing platform insists on the sensory engagement of those who enter it. as designboom previously reported here and here, the continuously circular pathway sits on top of and proportionality compliments the ARoS museum of art, designed by schmidt hammer lassen in 2007. measuring 150 meters around, the transparent glass unit is designed to act as a visual compass for the city, its colors marking the physical location of each visitor.

This is Why Yosemite is a Photographer’s Nirvana

For over a century California’s Yosemite Park has been a destination for families and everyone who enjoys the outdoors. With over 750,000 acres of stunning beauty, it doesn’t matter what time of year you are there, everything is beautiful. Enjoy these 26 photos of Yosemite and see what it’s a top destination for photographers.


2012 Honda Civic Si Getting New 2.4l Engine With 200 Hp

Honda gave us a preview of its 2012 Civic at this year's Detroit Auto Show, and while the car we saw on stage was technically a "concept," we expect the production car to look very similar, albeit with more conventional wheels, headlamps, and, you know, an interior. Instead of just showing one Civic, Honda brought out both a sedan and Si coupe concept, and now our friends at Temple of VTEC have reportedly confirmed that a new 2.4-liter mill is on deck for the sportiest of Civics. Known internally as "K24," the 2.4-liter engine slated for Civic Si use will be very similar to the powerplant currently used in the Acura TSX. No official power numbers have been divulged, but this engine currently makes 201 horsepower in the TSX, so we'll bet that Civic Si output will be somewhere between 200 and 210 hp. That isn't a huge increase over the 197 hp currently available from the Si's 2.0-liter four, but the 2.4-liter engine should prove to be a bit torquier. Look for something along the lines of 170 pound-feet in the 2012 model, whereas the current car only produces 139 lb-ft of twist.

Spy Shots: Fiat's High-riding, All-wheel-drive 500

The 2012 Fiat 500 may just be launching here in the United States, but elsewhere, Fiat appears to be working on an all-wheel-drive 500 to battle the high-riding Ford Fiesta and Chevrolet Sonic that have both been recently spied. Rumors have suggested that the AWD variant will be introduced around the same time as the slightly facelifted 500 in Europe. This 500 mule is clearly rides higher off the ground than the normal car, and our spies point out that a reworked exhaust system is present on this test car – a result of the reworked underpinnings. We expect the 500 AWD to arrive sometime in 2012, though it is unclear whether or not this model is destined for consumption here in the U.S.

McLaren MP4-12C Spider

The new McLaren MP4-12C Spider, unveiled at the 2012 Pebble Beach weekend in California, is the second vehicle in the growing range of high performance sports cars from McLaren Automotive. This lightweight, mid-engine open-top sports car combines the astonishing performance of the 12C with the increased exhilaration of roof-down motoring. Unlike most other spiders or convertibles, the 12C Spider offers the same performance, handling and driver enjoyment as the fixed-roof coupé version. The 12C Spider uses the industry-leading carbon fibre MonoCell as the 12C, which needs no extra strengthening to provide the necessary rigidity and strength for an open roof car. In conventional steel or aluminium chassis cars, extra strengthening - and associated weight increase - is normal during the conversion from fixed-head coupé to open-roof convertible. This can compromise performance, handling and driving enjoyment.

Mclaren MP4-12C Takes The Stage At Company Unveiling

Early this morning, at least in the U.S., McLaren Automotive had a coming out party in its home town of Woking, England. We were there in person and witnessed the unveiling of not only a new sports car company, McLaren Automotive, but also its flagship product: The MP4-12C. This will be the first of an entire range of new McLaren sports cars, and the company best know for its exploits on the F1 race circuit appears to have built a doozy of a supercar to kick things off. McLaren F1 drivers Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton were on hand at McLaren's technology center to pull back the sheet on the MP4-12C. The rear-wheel-drive supercar features a mid-mounted 3.8-liter V8 producing 600 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque with an 8,000-rpm redline. Comparisons with the legendary McLaren F1 will no doubt be made, but no performance numbers are available for the MP4-12C yet and, we suspect, their missions in life are not exactly the same.


Apple Sells 1,000,000 iPads In The First Month

Steve told us it'd be revolutionary, and if sales are the measure of a device's success, then the iPad seems to be well on track to validating its creator's bold claims. This past Friday, "just 28 days after its introduction," Apple sold its millionth iPad. 1.5 million ebooks have already been downloaded to the device, along with 12 million apps. Steve Jobs has also taken time from his busy essay-writing schedule to remind us that that's less than half of the 74 days it took to achieve the milestone with the original iPhone, and demand for the "magical" slate continues to outstrip supply.

Half Of Netflix Streaming Viewers Are Watching On Their TVs

Half of Netflix's customers with high-speed Internet that are streaming movies are doing it on their television, according to new research from TDG Research. TDG surveyed 450 people who were Netflix subscribers with a broadband connection, and found that two-thirds of those people are streaming movies from Netflix. Of that number, half are watching it on their televisions. Credit Netflix's awesome gadget ecosystem for its streaming service. Users aren't simply running a cable from their laptops to their TVs. They're plugged into the various gadgets Netflix has partnered with, like the Xbox, Roku box, various Blu-ray players, Internet-connected TVs, and the Playstation 3.

IR Light and Camcorder used to make Cheap Night Vision Hunting Solution

Snypercat has been working on a way to hunt farm rats at night. There is no place for rats on a farm, they spread disease eat the food for your animals and will get you shut down if you plan on selling what you grow or raise. Snypercat knows that the best time to hunt rats is when they are most active which is at night. Only problem is us humans can’t see very well at night and if normal lighting was used it would scare away the rats. Her solution was to attach a Sony night vision camcorder to the scope of a gun. A large IR illuminator is then needed since she will be a long way from the prey she is hunting. The large wide spread type of IR illuminator worked not bad but since they are normally used for night vision cameras it has a very wide beam of light. She found that the optimal solution was a IR flashlight since it can be focused to a tight beam just where it is needed which might be a few hundred feet away.

Washboard Road: The Dynamics of Granular Ripples Formed by Rolling Wheels

When a car rides on an unpaved road (made of sand or gravel for instance) a wavy pattern develops. Initially, tiny ripples appear periodically (i.e. roughly equally spaced) and then grow bigger and bigger as cars pass on the road. This phenomenon known as washboard road is not only extremely aggravating for the drivers but also represents a real danger since the adherence on the road is considerably reduced. Washboard roads exist throughout the world but they particularly cause annoyance in Australia and developing countries in Africa. Washboard roads have been studied by engineers but little is known about the fundamental nature of the instability. As physicists and mathematicians, we want to use a simplified system to study the underlying mechanisms of washboard formation.

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