BMW X6 Magic Paint Job Will Blow Your Mind!

You won’t believe this amazing new innovative car paint technology. Rene Turrek is an amazing graffiti artist and in this clip we get a look at an amazing Hulk masterpiece he painted on a BMW X6. The amazing thing about Turreks painting is it can only be unveiled by pouring hot water on the car! At first sight, this car has regular blue color, but things get fun when hot water is poured over it, and the painting of the legendary Hulk appears all of a sudden! Source: legendaryspeed.com If you can’t get enough of the cool remix song in the video, here it is in its...

This High School Unearthed A Shocking 100-Year-Old Secret

During the autumn months of 1917 — a year in which the first jazz record was released, the Ford Model T ran the roads, and the “Great War” waged on — a classroom in Oklahoma City received new blackboards. Though it’s a rather mundane moment in history, this simple act preserved a sliver of time that would remain undiscovered and undisturbed for one hundred years. Original Article: Little Things When contractors began work on four classrooms of Emerson High School, they knew their remodel would improve education — but they never expected it would impact local history. Looking to upgrade the rooms with new whiteboards and smartboards, the workers had to first remove the outdated chalkboards. But when they began to pull away the old boards, they made a startling discovery… Beneath the current boards rested another set of chalkboards — untouched for nearly 100 years. Protected and totally undisturbed, the century-old writings and drawings looked like they were made just yesterday. Here, a November calendar rolls into December. A turkey marks the celebration of Thanksgiving. A multiplication table gives us a glimpse into the curriculum and methods taught in 1917, techniques perhaps lost in the passage of time. When regarding a wheel of multiplication, Principal Sherry Kishore told The Oklahoman, “I have never seen that technique in my life.” But Oklahoma City school officials aren’t just shocked by what is written, but how it is written. Penmanship like this is clearly a lost art. This board reads, “I give my head, my heart, and my life to my God and One nation indivisible with justice for all.” Within...

Robots Falling Down

It’s really impressive to watch a robot do its thing, most of the time. At the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals, robots were put through their paces in a series of obstacle courses. They had to drive, walk over debris, climb stairs, cut through walls, open doors, and close valves in the competition for a $2 million prize. But in the process, a lot of them fell over. Original Article: Business Insider http://stressbuster1.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/f1f3554a-8ec7-46f6-8ccb-4a224dbcdf5c.mp4...