The latest HBO series is based on the medieval fantasy novels A Song of Ice and Fire. Winter is coming spring 2011.
Jem Stansfield of BBC's Bang Goes The Theory, travels to the Solar Furnace Research Facility in Southern France to see what kind of damage highly concentrated sunlight can do (a lot, apparently).
A modular tactical bag equipped to tackle your everyday missions, that's what the 5.11 All Missions Pack delivers. The backpack gets its versatility from a series of five interchangeable gear sets. Using a velcro surface, the different pouches attach to the exterior and are secured by four plastic clips, giving the pack the adaptability to be used by anyone from first responders and police officers to commuters and avid adventurers. When you need to stay organized, slap on the admin pouch for a day at the office or if you're heading out into the wilderness, attach the Hexgrid system. The geometric net allows pouches and gear to be mounted in different positions for quick access. There's also a med pouch, the 2-banger storage gearset, and the low profile double deploy. Available in three sizes.
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In 2016, the Tactica Talon became the highest funded multitool in crowdfunding history. Using the feedback from thousands of backers, it's since been improved and rechristened the Tactica Original. Packed into its 3.1-inch case that can be attached to a key ring are a multitude of tools, including more than a dozen wrenches (imperial and metric), a bottle opener, a package opener, a ruler, hex sockets, and both Phillips and flathead bits. It's TSA compliant, so you can leave it in your pocket while flying, and its hardened steel core is wrapped in a lightweight composite that won't scratch your phone's screen.
As seen in Uncrate Issue 04.
With the help of Tiger-Stone, you can build 400 hundred yards of brick road a day. Just insert the bricks and it spews them out into neat, tightly-packed cobblestone side streets.