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Brainman

Daniel T. can do incredible things with maths and languages. He knows 9 languages an can learn a new one in a week. He demonstrated that her could recite pi to 22500 places, in a stunning public performance which lasted over 4 hours. This 44 minute video demonstrates his amazing abilities.

Also posted in BusinessOver30.com the business, technology, finance and politics magazine blog web site.

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This video shows an amazing wind powered vehicle which is also a work of art.

Also posted in BusinessOver30.com the business, technology, finance and politics magazine blog web site.

Loft cube

A German company has come up with superb idea for 21st century living, called the Loft Cube. It’s a complete ready-made penthouse which can lifted by crane onto the top of any existing flat-topped building. The 55 sq. m 1-bedroom luxury living machine, has every thing built-in and costs 144,000 euro. The architects say it can be installed in 2 to 4 days. Now all you need to do is find a building roof top to install it on. More details available at the LoftCube web site:

Also posted in BusinessOver30.com the business, technology, finance and politics magazine blog web site.

shoes (cc porcelain_girl)You could say that half the world’s population are addicted to shopping (i.e. women), however recent research has shown that the brain chemistry of spenders compared to non-spenders is significantly different just before the purchase. A group of economists and psychologists found that although the cost and desire are important factors in the decision to buy, it turns out that certain people are addicted to the excitement and the high from buying, and it can be the greatest deciding factor. So it seems, the next time your significant other arrives in with yet another pair of new shoes, just remember, it was an unconscious decision which she had no control over. Read more about the study here.

Also posted in BusinessOver30.com the business, technology, finance and politics magazine blog web site.

radiohead (cc michell zappa)

Last year Radiohead released a digital download album on the Net and asked their fans to pay what they thought it was worth, effectively reinventing the music industry. They don’t have a label so of course they were free to do as they please, and this is one experiment which didn’t work. Now six or seven months later they’re putting this genie back in the bottle, and Thom Yorke said recently that they’d be un-inventing the music industry and going back to the traditional sales model. Read more in the Guardian.

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indian facade (cc ahrondeleeuw)Muslims in Solapur in India have an ancient ritual which involves throwing their young babies from tall buildings, “to improve their health”. They claim no babies have ever been injured and that the babies are actually stronger for it. I guess this is a practical example of “if it doesn’t kill you, it makes you stronger” !! Read more and view the video of the dropping babies at Breitbart.com but don’t try this at home.

Also posted in BusinessOver30.com the business, technology, finance and politics magazine web site.

palm jumeirah from google earth

The superb marketing machine for Palm Jumeirah, the man-made luxury island in Dubai, described it as the Eight Wonder of the World, and it is indeed a tremendous feat of engineering. However all may not be so well in this paradise which has been built by tens of thousands of low paid, migrant workers. Luxury multi-million pound villas are closely packed side by side and the lush tropical vegetation from the marketing materials, is not as evident. There are certainly many good features to this location, but the reality of £800 monthly air-conditioning bills and sometimes 48 C temperature, can take the edge off it.

Read more in the Guardian