For the most part, Formula 1 is just entertainment, but every now and then something really nifty comes out of it. Using models and algorithms developed to monitor an F1 car’s performance, some engineers figured out how to apply them to hospitals.
During a Formula 1 race, a car sends hundreds of millions of . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: How Racing Cars Helps Babies
These baby gas masks are so easy to put on, you won’t even wake them up, when you slip your wee bundle of joy into it. Just be prepared for the epic freak out when they do. Alltop loves breathing … Continue reading →
… would all be great names for the yet-to-be-born latest British royal anachronism! I listened with disgust this morning as some zombie from the monarchist league of Canada (yes, they’re still around and huffing and puffing their “I love da Queen!” royal crap) was being interviewed on Ottawa morning. He was all a-titter about – . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: Cletus, Jethro, Beula and Slim…
You may have already seen this, since it’s making the rounds, but I’m sharing it just in case. Besides, I’ve watched it a bunch of times and I’m not tired of it yet.
This little Brazilian guy is almost two years old.
. . . → Read More: knitnut.net: Something to warm your heart
Need a lift this morning? This should do it!
… someone I couldn’t care less about is having a baby… In other breaking news, the world is ending in a few weeks. You choose which of these is more irrelevant. (3) Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: In breaking news…
From 21 pictures that will restore your faith in humanity
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Paying to use a woman’s body for sex is legal in Canada, while paying to use a woman’s body to give birth isn’t. There is no law in this northern nation that makes prostitution illegal but strangely enough there is one that bans paying surrogate mothers to help those who can’t have children.
Regardless of . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Surrogacy & Prostitution, or Neither
I have a cold and it’s making me uncharacteristically irritable. Little things are getting to me, like slow web sites, and disappearing menu bars in my browser, and Rosie’s squeaky toys. (I’ve never met a dog who likes her toys as much as Rosie, and especially her squeaky toys, which she likes to chew . . . → Read More: knitnut.net: Grumpy stuff and happy stuff