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    As storm force winds batter the Derbyshire Peak District, near Hayfield, the river Kinder is stopped in its tracks as it is blown back up onto Kinder Scout Plateau at the point where it would normally cascade 80ft down Kinder Downfall.
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    Women and beast
    Hendo Hoverboard a Real hoverboard
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    It's called the Hendo and it's being developed by Greg and Jill Henderson for their company Arx Pax.
    "It's not exactly Marty McFly's hoverboard. Now it only works on special surfaces, and the battery life is only a few minutes long. And it's tough to ride," the New York Times explains in a new video shot at Arx Pax in Los Gatos, California.
    According to the New York Times:
    The business plan is to develop magnetic technologies and license patents to builders, engineering firms, the Green Goblin and anyone else who might need to hover something.
    Mr. Henderson may be a dreamer, but he is enough of a realist to understand that people are likely to be more interested in hovering skateboards than they are in his ideas for new kinds of building foundations.
    "So no, I did not feel like Marty McFly. But you can definitely tell you're floating. That's for sure. You can kind of feel that something is lifting you," Conor Dougherty from the New York Times explains.
    "We can't go over water or sidewalks yet. This is the Model T," Greg Henderson told the New York Times in defense of his creation.
    The Hendo isn't even the Model A. It is currently up for funding on Kickstarter.
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    Bluesmart World s First Smart CarryOn
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    Bluesmart is the world´s first smart, connected carry-on. You can pre-order yours now from indiegogo for $235.
    Bluesmart is a arry-on suitcase that you can control from your phone. From the app you can lock and unlock it, weigh it, track its location, be notified if you are leaving it behind and find out more about your travel habits. You can also charge your phone 6 times over with a built-in battery.
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    Giant Pikachu Bed
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    This is a giant Pikachu bed! The Pikachu weights 33-pounds and is allegedly available from this website(Japan) for around $371. The looks like a giant beanbag and is designed to sleep on. Cute! More images after more.
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    This week, Sam, Matt, and John create the ultimate zombie killer weapons, and we put them to the test! Zombies beware!
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    Youtuber Visual Burrito Halloween 2014 version:
    "After last year's costume went absolutely nuts, I had to make a new one that was much, much better. The 2014 version is using digitally addressable LED strips hooked up to an Arduino microcontroller which I programmed (and still learning). It is responsive to sound and has 2 potentiometers and a button in the back of one of the ears for control and a microphone hidden in the front. It has 12 modes and 372 LEDs (124 chips with 3 each). "
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    A clip from this years The Simpsons Halloween special
    Polygon skull mask Out of Cardboard
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    Etsyer Wintercroft offers plans and instructions to make your own 3D polygon skull mask from cardboard.
    "The instructions and templates are designed to be easy to follow, so that the mask can be assembled by anyone, using local materials and removing the need for shipping. besides it's good fun turning a 2D material in to a 3D mask. The templates come plain white and you can decorate the finished mask however you like.
    This mask is simple to make and the construction techniques are the same as my other masks. basically, if you can cut out shapes, match up numbers and tape edges together, you can build the mask. It is as simple as that. It takes approximately two to three hours to build from printing the templates to finishing the mask. The finished masks are pretty robust due the their polygon construction and will survive the wildest of parties."
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    Honest Trailers - X-Men: Days of Future Past
    An Artist Uses A Magnifying Glass  The Sun To Burn
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    Jordan Mang-osan is a patient guy. Jordan Mang-osan uses wood as his canvas and a magnifying glass coupled with the sun as his medium. That’s right, he uses the sun shining through a magnifying glass to burn landscapes onto wood. The idea of burning images into wood or any other material is not a new one. In fact, it's a whole genre of art aptly named pyrography. But Mang-osan's magnifying glass method is pretty unusual. More images after more.
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    Playing The Star-Spangled Banner with a Gun
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