The Mahou Blog

May 24, 2013

Flood

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Metroplex shelving

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MacGyver Jetski Coffin

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August 21, 2012

Bolaji Bodajo as the Alien

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Rocksteady and Bebop cosplay

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Cats and dogs

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Tetrachromats can see a hundred million colors

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http://www.cracked.com/article_19986_the-5-weirdest-sixth-senses-humans-have-without-knowing-it.html

And then, most amazingly, there are the very rare people who are born with the ability to see this world of new colors that the rest of us can’t even imagine. These people are called tetrachromats, because they have four cones in their eyes instead of three like the rest of us. Each cone is responsible for seeing about 100 shades, so for us normal folk, that’s about a million colors. But for tetrachromats? They see a hundred million colors.

July 3, 2012

Dino Tank!

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May 24, 2012

Starfox legs

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http://nintendoeverything.com/81986/star-fox-had-metal-legs/

“Anyone remember this classic Nintendo Power issue? It’s pretty old – all the way back from April 1993.

At first glace, you may not pick up on anything particularly noteworthy. Upon closer inspection of the cover, however, you’ll notice that Fox’s legs appear to be made of metal… and he apparently lacks feet/legs.

Here’s where things get really interesting. Check out this blurb regarding legless pilots:

“Legless pilots can handle more Gs than their legged bretherin. When gravity forces blood from the brain to lower extremities, it causes the pilot to black out. But if you have no legs to force blood to, more blood can stay in the brain, and it’s easier for the heart to pump blood back to the brain.

“Their legs were probably voluntarily amputated as these are all trained pilots. Their futuristic society allows for prosthetics that allows them to walk and run normally so there’s no loss in performing these amputations.”

I will mention here that other titles in the series, such as Star Fox Command, make it seem as though the characters are wearing boots – see this picture for example.”

April 7, 2012

MGS3 poster

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