This is now my favorite post. Ever.
never forget to wash the butt.
TRY ON A SMALL IT’LL BE FUNNY OMFG
Keep away from fire especially when wearing
Flying cars? No, not yet. But electric powered skates have finally arrived.
Tsuchiya, one of the few people to make sliding a GT-R look easy.
Food in Motion: Capturing the Energy of Cooking
Nathan Myhrvold, former Chief Technical Offer and Chief Strategist at Microsoft, recently became known for his ambitious foray into high-concept cuisine. His 2011 cookbook, Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking, written with Chris Young and Maxime Bilet is an encyclopedic guide to the science of contemporary cooking that has been described as the “cookbook to end all cookbooks.” Split into six volumes, collection spans 2,438 pages and weighs 52 pounds. Myrhvold, having earned advanced degrees in geophysics, space physics, and theoretical and mathematical physics, drew on his science background to perform rigorous experiments and calculations to break down and understand various cooking techniques. Reflecting this analytic approach to cuisine, the book’s imagery is focused on precisely capturing key transformative events in the cooking process: the structure of an egg, the physical traits of gelatin, or the Leidenfrost effect seen in water droplets on a hot pan.