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Futuristic Earth300 Exploration Vessel for Scientists, Experts, Students or Private Citizens

Linda Ravenscroft - Arte

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The 5 Most Embarrassing Moments in X-Men Comic

Taken together, the X-Men are an impressive team of talented people. But if you separate them out, it becomes pretty obvious that they're all just a bunch of weirdos who were lucky to find each other. As a group they've done some great things, but take any one individual and you can bet you'll find some pretty embarrassing adamantium skeletons in their closets. We could end this on that super dope Wolverine reference, but then all this mutie muckraking would go to waste. 5. Professor X is in love with Jean Grey Though the X-Men have settled into an amorphous mass comprised of freaks from every demographic, at first it was just a squad of teenagers. Jean Grey was only 15 years old when the series started in 1963, but even back then Charles Xavier should have known that developing a crush on his student was mega-creepy. Stan Lee has gone on record saying that he just kinda threw that in there for the hell of it, somehow conflating "the creation of drama&qu

The FAA wants you to have a pilot's license to fly

In case you're wanting to shoot your next motion picture utilizing an automaton, be careful: you may need to meet some stringent conditions to stay in the Federal Aviation Administration's great books. Sources tell the Wall Street Journal that the org will propose business automaton decides that oblige an ordinary pilot's permit. Yes, you may need to have flown manned airplane for many hours to try and consider controlling a UAV for money. You'd additionally need to fly just amid sunshine, stay under 400 feet and stay inside sight of your specialty, so any trusts of high-elevation night shots would go out the window. Furthermore these standards would apply to any automaton weighing 55 pounds or less; little, simple to-fly vehicles like 3d Robotics' Iris+ and DJI's Inspire 1 would be liable to the same requests as bigger, more intricate models. Whatever you think about these necessities, you'll have an opportunity to offer some input. The FAA is requi

A Whole Lot Of Hard Work (19 pics)

One can only imagine how many hours actually went into cleaning up this mess.

The Best Way To Deal With Annoying Lawyers (3 pics)

If you're dealing with an annoying lawyer, this is definitely how you should be handling things.