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    >10 Amazing Old Stuff That Still Works<

    World's Oldest Lightbulb – Working for 111 years



    :"The world's oldest light bulb has been burning for 111 years - so little wonder it has a fan club with thousands of members and its own website. As EU rules deny householders the right to use traditional filament bulbs, the so-called 'Centennial Light' has been on almost constantly since 1901. It holds pride of place in Fire Station 6, in Livermore, northern California.

    The longest time the Guinness World Record-holding bulb has ever been turned off for is just a week. Dangling above the fire engines, people come for hundreds and thousands of miles to see the diminutive symbol. The bulb was designed by Adolphe Chailet, who competed with the likes of the world-famous Thomas Edison to make the best bulb.":


    World's Oldest Vacuum Cleaner – Working since 1904



    :"Still sucking after 108 years, Harry Cox owns the oldest known working vacuum. He rescued the cleaner and accessories from a skip at work before it went to a landfill site. Harry, at 53, less than half the age of his 1904 American Sturtevant vacuum cleaner No.4 said, “There was a walk-in skip at the factory and I rescued it.”

    Despite his enthusiasm for old machines, his wife Jacqueline ignores the noisy, heavy antique and prefers to clean their three-bed semi in Timperley, England, with a more modern model.":


    Old Refrigerator – Working for 77 years



    :"It was the era of the Great Depression, a decade of austerity when household finances were stretched. So when the Kinghorn family bought a brand new refrigerator in 1936 they hoped it would prove a good investment. They could never have imagined that three quarters of a century later, with the nation again facing tough economic times, the fridge would still be working as well as ever. The Frigidaire – a 1935 model – is now a contender for the title of the oldest continuously-working refrigerator in the country. It has never needed repairs, apart from the occasional replacement part. It takes pride of place in the kitchen of Rosemary Kinghorn, who inherited the appliance when her mother-in-law, the original owner, died in 1957. The 79-year-old said it had not had any maintenance for over 30 years, when her husband last replaced one of the parts.

    Mrs. Kinghorn, of Marchmont, Edinburgh, said the refrigerator was one of the last to be built without a light, but served as a reminder of an era in which things were built to last.":


    Oldest Working Computer – Working since 1958



    :"In Japans Ikeda Memorial Hall sits the FACOM 128B that was built in 1958 and still works today! It has gone through some small upgrades over the years to keep it running, but still has the same core system. The FACOM occupies 700 feet of floor space and has less calculating power than a real calculator. The company's goal is to keep it running until the year 2016 when it will have reached its 60th year of operation.:"

    Oldest Humanoid Robot – Built in 1950



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    He didn't have any intelligence. And he moved with just a slow, lumbering shuffle of his metallic feet. But one of Britain's first humanoid robots, built just after the Second World War, has been given a new lease on life after having languished in a garage for the past 45 years. Former spy catcher and RAF officer Tony Sale, 79, built the incredible 6 ft-high robot, George, in 1950, for just $20. using scrap metal from a crashed Wellington bomber plane. At the time Mr. Sale was only 19 and his amazing man-sized model, which could walk and ‘talk,' stunned the world.

    Sadly, computers of the time were too crude and big to give George memory and intelligence so he was packed away in Mr. Sale's garage in Bedford and left to gather dust. But now after nearly five decades Mr. Sale has got the radio-controlled robot working simply by putting in two new batteries and oiling his joints.:"

    Britain's Oldest TV – Working for 75 years



    :"For £5,000 you might have expected a bigger, flatter screen. But this television does come with 75 years of broadcasting history – and you can still hook it up to a Freeview box. Built in 1936, the Marconi type-702 is the oldest working television set in Britain. It was bought for just under £100 only three weeks after transmissions in Britain began. And with just one channel broadcasting for two hours a day, there wasn't much need for a remote control.
    But what the television lacks in modern technology, it makes up for in reliability. Only 30 per cent of its components have been replaced during its lifetime, all with identical parts.

    The 75-year-old set has a 12-in. screen contained in a walnut and mahogany case, with the picture reflected on to a mirror for the viewer to look at. The TV has now a pre-sale estimate of £5,000, but experts at Bonhams expect it to fetch much more. It cost Mr. Davis £99 and 15 shillings – more than half the annual average wage at the time and equivalent to almost £4,000 today. Its serial number is H1007, and it is thought the sequence began at 1,000, making it number 7.:"

    World's Oldest Traffic Light – Working since 1932



    :"Despite grumbles from envious rivals, Ashville, Ohio sticks to its claim that it has the World's Oldest Traffic Light. The light is now on permanent display inside Ohio's Small Town Museum, along with marvels such as the world's biggest scrapbook and a buoy from the battleship Maine. But it's the traffic light -- designed by Ashville resident Teddy Boor -- that people always want to see.

    The Light has never stopped working since 1932, which is when it was installed at the corner of Main and Long Streets. The light looks like a silver, Buck Rogers-era football, and operates like a radar screen, with green and red alternately wiping in a circle across its face. According to the museum, the light was retired from active duty in 1982 only because color-blind people couldn't tell if it was green or red.

    For decades after it found a home in the museum, the traffic light was rehung outside during Ashville's annual 4th of July celebration. That ended in 2005 with fears that this priceless artifact might be stolen during the night. Now it directs foot traffic inside the Museum, permanently protected, and still always on. ":

    World's Oldest Running Hotel – Receiving guests for 1,300 years



    :"The phrase “Old is Gold” is personified through the Hoshi Ryokan in Japan, which qualifies to be the oldest hotel in the world. It has a history of 1300 years of operations, facilitated through 46 generations of family ownership. The location of the hotel was revealed to a Buddhist Monk, Taicho Daishi, by a deity, who visited him in his dream state, telling him that the village of Awasu houses a subterranean hot spring blessed by The Physician of Souls himself. The fact was confirmed when the sickened villagers of Awasu were healed by the water of the Hot Spring and today the people from world over bathe in the spa at the hotel.

    The hotel is complete with restaurant, spa, guest rooms, a garden, a theater, a hall, a festival foyer, and a couple of other units whose functions are only familiar to the Japanese.

    Many of the rooms still retain the traditional Japanese interiors, while others have been renovated to tout a modern ambience. It also features a Hoshi Museum that is intimately linked to the region's traditional arts and crafts and has several artists display their work.":


    World's Oldest Running Car – Built in 1884



    :"A steam-powered car, billed as "The Oldest Car In The World That Still Runs," was sold in October 2011 at a Hershey, Pa. auction, for $4.6 million. The car had been built in France in 1884, about a year before Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz of Germany - who went on to found the car-makers that would become Daimler (DDAIF), maker of Mercedes-Benz luxury cars - built their first experimental gasoline-powered cars.

    The four-wheeled De Dion-Bouton et Trepardoux, nicknamed "La Marquise," was originally built for the French Count De Dion, one of the founders of the company that built it. Fueled by coal, wood and bits of paper, the car takes about a half hour to work up enough steam to drive. Top speed is 38 miles per hour. The car came close to that speed during what has been billed as "The World's First Automobile Race" in 1887, according to RM Auctions. The car had last been sold in 2007 for about $3.5 million at a Pebble Beach, Calif. auction. :"


    World's Oldest Still-Working Cinema – First opened in 1909





    :">In 2009, Szczecin, Poland's Pionier 1909 cinema, the oldest continuously-operating cinema in the world, celebrated its 100th birthday. The Helios Welt-Kino-Theater, as the cinema was called at the time, opened its doors on September 26, 1909 with three films – Der Kampf um den Glauben, Pick und Pock, and Die Smaragdküste der Bretagne – when a cinema ticket cost only two Groschen.

    Two world wars did not stop performances from going ahead, and operations were only halted when the cinema underwent renovation. Indeed, the cinema was immortalized in the poem Little Cinema in 1947 by the poet Konstanty Ildefons Galczynski, with the description of “the best little cinema where one can forget everything.” The current owner Jerzy Miskiewicz took over the cinema in 1999 when it was in quite a rundown state, and invested time and money in 2002 to bring this former jewel back to its original glory by installing the latest technology and comfort.

    In its 2005 edition, the Guinness Book of Records issued a certificate confirming that Kino Pionier is the oldest cinema in the world.":


    Sources:
    1. http://www.centennialbulb.org/
    2. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-n...r-still-749148
    3. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/news...ng-strong.html
    4. http://museum.ipsj.or.jp/en/computer/dawn/0012.html
    5. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...rs-garage.html
    6. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz1oNkY3CRV
    7. www.roadsideamerica.com/story/2927
    8. http://www.luxurylaunches.com/hotels...1300_years.php
    9. http://money.cnn.com/2011/10/10/auto..._car/index.htm
    10. http://www.europa-cinemas.org/en/New...th-anniversary
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    Question Evidence That Giants Once Roamed The Earth: 38 cm Long Finger Found In Egypt

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    Have a look at this giant mummified finger… it’s 38 centimeters/13.8 inches long and it was discovered in Egypt. Now just imagine, according to official calculations, the human (or alien) who owned the finger must have been at least 20.7 feet or 6.3 meters.
    What’s the story behind the giant finger you ask, well information is still scarce, but what’s certain is the fact that this amazing discovery was made in 1988, in Egypt by “renown” family of grave robbers.

    The amazing discovery makes everyone wonder if the finger really belongs to humans, cause judging by its impressive size, it looks like it might have belonged to some sort of alien life (who knows, maybe the pyramids were indeed created by alien lifeforms, such as giants.)

    The 15 inch long mummified limb is not available for the public, since the person who owns it does not wish its family legacy on public display. The pictures of the amazing finger were taken by a lucky photographer named Gregor Spörri. The nature loving “doctor: went on an expedition to Egypt in order to search for the finger and eventually recover it back in 1988.



    Sadly, he wasn’t able to convince the old grave robber to sell it, but he did, however, take a few spectacular photos of the mummified evidence of giants sometime roaming the Earth’s surface. The pictures cost him 300 US dollars, but it was totally worth it. Spörri even managed to take a picture of an X-Ray attesting to the authenticity, and they revealed that the giant remains are indeed real, with the same bone density as regular humans.



    Although the photos were taken in 1988, hey haven’t been published until now. Why is that so? The answer is quite simple yet very saddening: every scientist that saw the photos, said that there is no room for giants in our current scheme, be it evolutionary or not. Since this never-before-seen artifact does not fit in well with any of the already well-established and documented theories, it could, therefore, not be real. Just imagine how many other discoveries have been swept under the rug simply because they were inconvenient for our modern theories…



    Did Giants Really Exist?

    The Bible has a lot of passages attesting to the existence of giant beings, as well as a lot of other holy books of different faiths, not to mention of the multitude of myths and legends all over the world, but is there any tangible proof of the existence of these mythical creatures?

    Well, throughout the years, especially in modern days, people claim to have unearthed the remains of giants all over the world.

    The most amazing and shocking discoveries were made in India, where the remains of some giants were allegedly unearthed in a remote archaeological site. Just have a look at the pictures and be amazed.





    As real as these photos may look, they are nothing more than a hoax! They were part of someone’s contest submission for best tricked images. It won third prize…

    Another ancient burial ground for giants has been discovered in Africa, in a remote village near Rwanda.




    So it seems that so far, the only tangible evidence of giants really exiting on Earth lays in the hands of an old grave robber from Egypt, and the worst thing about it is that scientists have no access to it… Hopefully that will change in the future. Do you think giants really existed, or is it just a Jack and the Beanstalk fairytale?

    Below you can watch some videos of the remains of giants on Earth

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    Sources:
    1. http://revelationnow.net/2012/03/13/...-mummy-finger/
    2. http://unexplainedmysteriesoftheworld.com/
    3. http://www.bild.de/news/mystery-them...3704.bild.html
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    Awesome Smartest Parrots In The World

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    Meet Some Of The Smartest Parrots In The World – They’re Awesome!



    Generally, when we call someone a bird brain, we do it to kind of insult them, but here are some of the world’s smartest parrots who will amaze you, and even make you think twice before you use their names to compare someone’s intelligence to that of a bird. Alex for example is the smartest bird in the world, he has the wits of a 5 year-old child, and for a bird-brain, that’s pretty amazing! He can count objects, tell textures apart and let’s not forget his astonishing capacity to reproduce all sorts of sounds. What more can the world’s smartest parrots do? Let’s have a look.

    Alex, The Smartest Parrot In The World!



    This little amazing creature is one of the smartest birds to have ever been studied, if not the smartest of all. He is an Alex the parrot, which is actually one of the smartest breeds. So what makes this bird so special? Well… he can talk. I know, I know, you’re probably thinking of correcting me and say no silly, he mimics human speech, but think again, various tests have proven that this little critter actually takes time and thinks his answers through, instead of just opening his mouth and imitating.



    Alex was born in 1977 and for 23 years he was in the care of animal psychologist Irene Pepperberg who conducted numerous tests and trainings with him in order to establish how smart he really is.
    Tests have shown that he is a mathematical genius being able to add numbers correctly or distinguish textures and materials apart. Alex is able to recognize quantities up to six, he could tell apart seven colors and even distinguish 5 shapes of objects.

    Dr Irene Pepperberg never claimed that Alex could use speech just like humans do, but she was firmly convinced that the world’s smartest parrot uses a two-way communication code.
    Are you prepared to be even more amazed? Alex was also able to understand the concepts of “bigger”, “smaller”, “same”, and “different” and also the meanings of “under” and “above”.




    In case he doesn’t like what’s going on, Alex simply says: “wanna go back!”. He has some very amazing speech capabilities, so check them out in the video below and be amazed…

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    Sadly, this amazing birdy passed away prematurely in 2007 at the age of 30, when the average lifespan of his African Grays is around 60 years. Even before his death he proved his intelligence once again with his famous last words: Alex’s last words to Pepperberg were: “You be good. See you tomorrow. I love you.” a heart warming declaration of love from a bird to his human companion.

    The research facility has another 3 birds, but they’re far from Alex’s native intelligence.

    Let’s now meet Kea, another member of the select club of smartest parrots in the world:


    Kea: One Of The Smartest Parrots In The World:










    And Below, we have Einstein, the Bird who’s almost as smart as Alex.



    This bird may not be able to add numbers (not yet) but she has a vocabulary of more than 200 words and sounds, and can perform nearly half on a cue from her trainer, Stephanie White.

    Einstein has already been part of many television shows and she is famous for her ability to recreate various sounds. She can imitate skunks, humans, spaceships and more…

    Have a look:






    Source: Youtube
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    Exclamation Crazy Motorbike Riders – Extreme Motorcycling

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    The Most Amazing Extreme Motorcycle Riders You’ve Ever Seen





    Adrenalin rush? These crazy guys know the feeling! Some people just don’t know where to draw the line when it comes to riding their motorcycles, and end up doing crazy things (like standing up and texting ) just to impress other people.
    What’s even worse, is the fact that they do it in day-to-day traffic which endangers not only their life, but also the life of innocent by-standers. Here’s a collection of the most extreme motorbike riding, needles to say, do not try this at home.

    Tweeting On A Speeding Motorcycle:

    This guy is updating his Facebook and Twitter statuses while his standing on a speeding motorbike. What’s even more outrageous is the fact that his friends, also on their bikes, are filming the entire thing regardless of the potential life threatening situation. All of the motorcycle riders in this video are going with amazing speeds, over 100 miles/hour.



    And below you can watch a series of crazy daredevil motorbike riders speeding and doing stunts in traffic:

    In this video, you can see how some really experimented riders do all sorts of amazing stunts, such as standing on their bikes while speeding on the highway. As good as they may be, how can they be sure that they’re gonna get out alive from a ride like this one?

    They ride the motorcycle sideways, backwards, on one wheel, and many more ways, all that on a vehicle that’s going at high speeds… Perhaps, the most unconscious one of all is the person filming all of the stunts. Have a look:



    Now that we’ve seen what professionals can do, have a look at the video below. A guy invented a new way to ride a bike: one one wheel… but that’s not all, this daredevil gets off his motorcycle by doing a back flip!

    Two other crazy riders in the clip drive their bikes on the arches of a bridge… what were they thinking? And they’re really speeding too. I guess there’s a thin line between sanity and insanity.



    And now that we’ve seen these amazing stunts which went smoothly, let’s see what happens when motorcycle stunts don’t go well, and the courageous drivers have the misfortune of falling off their speeding bikes. The videos below are not for the faint of heart.











    Source: Youtube
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    Exclamation 200 kg UFO Fragment Falls From The Sky in Siberia

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    Metal UFO Fragment Crashes In Siberia





    It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s a UFO!

    Indeed it is! A huge UFO fragment fell from the sky and crashed in the proximity of a village in Siberia. The gigantic alien object weighs over 200 kilograms, is six feet long and it’s partially made of titanium steel.
    The experts who originally examined the object have concluded that the strange and amazing object does not belong to any know technology, and they have also stated that it is neither from a rocket nor a missile. So what can it be?

    The gigantic metal object bares a striking resemblance to our very common recycling bin, but apart from that, no one can compare it to anything we know yet. The huge UFO fragment is shaped like a dome and it originally fell in the midst of a thick forest, near the remote Russian village of Otradnesnky.



    The strange event took place on Sunday, March 14th, and since the crash, locals managed to carry the UFO piece back to the village so that experts can analyze the amazing finding. The villagers attached the bizarre unidentified object to a lorry and dragged through the snow, before calling the authorities in Moscow.



    The news of the UFO spread fast and for the time being, local police has it under strict guard, on orders from unnamed authorities. One thing is for sure, after the second analysis, by even more scientists, an official statement has been issued stating that the fragment is made of ultra-strong titanium, and that:

    “the object does not come from a rocket or missile or be in any way associated with terrestrial space technology. We measured the radiation level near and inside the object. We found no radiation here”
    The declaration was given by Yuri Bornyakov, the man in charge with the rescue service department in the Kuybyshevsky district, Novosibirsk region.



    Have a look at the videos below, to get a better view of the giant UFO fragment which fell from the sky in Siberia.






    Source: http://rt.com/
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    Amazing Invention: Robot Jellyfish Fueled Solely By Hydrogen

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    Hydrogen-Powered Robot Jellyfish Does Not Need Batteries Or Electricity





    Meet RoboJelly… the most amazing robot invented yet. What makes it so astounding? Well this underwater robot is only fueled by hydrogen, so in theory it should work perpetually, never running out of energy, as long as it stays in the water.
    This amazing creation is made out of very special materials called shape-memory alloys and the scientists who developed it say it could be very useful as an underwater surveillance spy or better yet, it would be extremely handy for search and rescue operations. Sounds interesting? Let’s find out more.

    So first of all how does it work?



    The amazing robot is based on a jellyfish named Aurelia aurita, also known as the moon jellyfish. Robojelly is designed and manufactured out of a special material called shape- memory alloy, and before you start googling what shape-memory alloys are, let me explain.


    Here’s a scheme so you can have a better understanding of how the smart metals work

    Shape-memory alloys are also known as smart metals and they’re a special type of alloy which remember their original shape, hence, in case they’re altered, they can simply return to the pre-deformed shape by applying heat. Pretty neat huh? The newly invented robot mimics a jellyfish’s real life movements with the aid of its eight moving segments, which are wrapped in platinum-coated carbon nanotubes.


    Here’s the blueprint of how the robot was built. The final project is real life-like

    As we all know, water is made out of oxygen and hydrogen, and when the two elements react with platinum powder on the coat of the tubes which will produce heat.

    Now, since we know heat makes the alloy change shape when heat is applied, you can now understand how this astonishing robot moves exactly like a jelly fish by a propulsion motion. This robot manages to replicate the graceful flexing of a real life jellyfish, hence, if it were actually in the water, you’d have a hard time telling it apart from other invertebrates.


    It may look like a UFO from this angle, but it’s just the Robojelly

    Now, here’s a little bit of juicy information you might like to know, this project is supported by the US Navy, so you know what this means… enemy subs beware! There’s a new spy in town and it’s shaped as an innocent jellyfish. The robotic jellyfish also moves with the aid of circular muscles placed in the inside of its dome, umbrella-shaped part of its body.

    The artificial muscles contract just as a normal one would, causing the dome to close in on itself and eject water that propels the jellyfish forward. All this robot needs to work is the water around it, saving us a lot of energy, money and also, having a great impact on nature. Hopefully, scientists will focus more on developing alternative energy sources which will help us protect the environment and stop all sorts of feds over oil reserves.


    Is this the real deal jellyfish, or the robot? It’s the life-like Robojelly!

    Robojelly is perfectly capable to harvest its power directly from the water, without having to rely on any external fuel source or energy storage. Yonas Tadesse, the study’s lead author from Virginia Tech declared to the Institute of Physics that:

    “To our knowledge, this is the first successful powering of an underwater robot using external hydrogen as a fuel source”

    Unfortunately, the scientists from Virginia Tech and the University of Texas at Dallas need to work even more to make the hydrogen-powered robot fully functional, but you can watch the video below and see the electrical prototype of this amazing robot. What do you think?



    So, if there’s a hydrogen powered jellyfish, why couldn’t we use hydrogen as car fuel?




    Well, prepare to be amazed by the fuel cell vehicles (FCV) of the future… FCVs are also powered by hydrogen gas rather than gasoline hence emitting no harmful gas emissions, protecting the environment.

    How are they different from normal cars?

    FCVs may appear similar to conventional vehicles on the outside, but on the inside the technologically is highly advanced. The major difference is the fuel cell stack which is able to convert hydrogen gas stored on the inside in combination with oxygen from the air, hence producing the necessary electricity to start the electric motor and move the vehicle.

    Have a look below to see how FCVs are going to look like:


    These are the major components of an FCV

    So how close are we to driving a car fueled by hydrogen?

    Honda has already introduced its FCX model, a car utilizing a fuel cell instead of conventional fuels. A fuel cell turns hydrogen into electricity which drives the wheels through electric motors. Have a look at it below:


    This is how the Honda FCX looks like in real life

    And here’s how the system works






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