Oscar "the Grouch" Diaz

The T-Rex appears in London. The special effects of the dinosaurs received negative reception, with some critics feeling that they detracted from the plot. (via)

The T-Rex appears in London. The special effects of the dinosaurs received negative reception, with some critics feeling that they detracted from the plot. (via)

Pagani Huayra
Top Gear

Top Gear
Season 19

Top Gear
Season 19

Scott Mosier

Scott Mosier

Walt Flanagan in Clerks

Walt Flanagan in Clerks

Walt Flanagan in Clerks

Walt Flanagan in Clerks

The perfect show to doze off to.
The narrator’s voice is chill, the music and sound effects are fairly low key, and all the people they interview are old men so their vocal chords can’t reach annoying decibels.

The perfect show to doze off to.

The narrator’s voice is chill, the music and sound effects are fairly low key, and all the people they interview are old men so their vocal chords can’t reach annoying decibels.


BBC - Sandy: Anatomy of a Superstorm

It’s a shame Hurricane Oscar didn’t take off.

BBC - Sandy: Anatomy of a Superstorm

It’s a shame Hurricane Oscar didn’t take off.


Richard Hammond’s Miracles of Nature

I really dig it. I love him as a presenter, he’s so lighthearted. And the subject matter is pretty interesting, all the innovative technology based on evolution.
It’s something that I heard on JRE when they had the roboticist Daniel H. Wilson on the podcast. He mentioned how robots are being designed to thrive in environments by basing them off of animals in those same conditions. One particular example he mentioned were mines(bombs) that were based off of crabs so they could walk on the ocean floor and crawl up the sides of boats.
It’s fascinating to see those ideas come to life and played out. 

Richard Hammond’s Miracles of Nature

I really dig it. I love him as a presenter, he’s so lighthearted. And the subject matter is pretty interesting, all the innovative technology based on evolution.

It’s something that I heard on JRE when they had the roboticist Daniel H. Wilson on the podcast. He mentioned how robots are being designed to thrive in environments by basing them off of animals in those same conditions. One particular example he mentioned were mines(bombs) that were based off of crabs so they could walk on the ocean floor and crawl up the sides of boats.

It’s fascinating to see those ideas come to life and played out.