Some of us need more incentive than others. Member reactions:
Awesome, I like the expression. Great image
Just when I though I've seen enough diamond chops in this contest, I see this one. I can't look at it without admiration and laughter at the same time. Superb. The look on the dude's face is Fan-freaking-tastic.
good job. lots of work here.and the result: .A WEIRD PHOTO FINISH..
I missed this one before. Visceral . . . and awesome.
Yesterday a 6.9 earthquake rattled the Northern California coast. No damages or injuries have been reported. Today a series of moderate earthquakes shook up houses and streets around the world. This comes just before the third anniversary of the devastating Tohoku earthquake in 2011 which caused massive tsunami and triggered the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant meltdown. Earthquakes can hardly be predicted, so it's important to detect them as soon as they happen to react and minimize possible damages and injuries. A good detection device spots an earthquake that happened thousands of kilometers away, giving you time to get away from any buildings or structures that may fall. The problem is, such professional earthquake detection equipment is very expensive. What do we common people do then?
Photoshop any earthquake detection devices that would warn you about earthquake shakeups one way or another.
Many thanks to johnx1 for the themepost.
America votes to choose its next president today. Since the infamous issues with paper ballots in 2000, when Florida decided the fate of the elections, electronic voting equipment have gradually replaced paper ballots, but these voting machines have their own issues from system glitches to privacy issues to hacking vulnerability. Paper ballots are still used in some polling places in the US and US embassies abroad, as well as in postal voting. The state of New Jersey
(we don't call it hell for nothing!) decided to allow voting by email and fax these elections, and sparked a lot of security concerns as well as counting issues. Online voting is also practiced in some states.
With all the problems with the currently used voting methods, we ask you to design a new (idiot proof or not) voting device, method, or ballot, that will help America choose its next president.
Most importantly, do your civil duty - go and vote today, if you haven't already!
Since Tuesday's earthquake in the US went strangely unnoticed for many residents of the earthquake areas, our very own Doxieone has "patented" a simple yet effective
earthquake detection device.
Photoshop more earthquake detection devices that would warn you about earthquake shakeups one way or another.
Let's help the scientific pigeons project and show the world what
the equipped pigeons will look like. You can also take the idea
further and equip the pigeons with other devices (as long as the device is carried / located on the pigeon).
Pigeons only please, other birds will be disqualified.