fastest production car in the world 9FF GT9 breaks the world speed record @ 409 km/h

9ff GT9

The current world record speed for the fastest production car was set by the SSC Ultimate Aero that topped at 255.83 mph which is 411.71 km/h. Recently the 9FF engineers tried to beat that with their modified GT9 but couldn’t do it. They only managed to make it run at 409 km/h at a track in Papenburg on 10th April.

9FF’s GT9 was based on the Porsche 911 GT3, but lower and longer. The interesting part is that the car has the engine in the middle (not the rear) for better weight distribution... the beast outputs 987 bhp from a 4L flax six twin turbo and a six-speed transmission. The GT9 however, is not as fast as the Veyron : 0 - 60 mph in 4.2 seconds.

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When the Moon Split !

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"This picture shows the location of the "Rocky Belt" which shows the moon was once split.

The unbelievers of Makkah said to the prophet that if you are truly a prophet split the moon and if you do we shall believe. It was a full moon that night...
And so the prophet prayed to Allah to grant him this miracle, and the moon was split. Half was seen over Mount. Saffa, and the other half was seen over Mount. Kaikaan.

The people said that the prophet has placed a spell on us, however if he played a trick on us, then he cant play a trick on all the people in the world! Abu Jahl then said: "let us wait until the people of Albadiah come, and if they saw the moon split, then it is true, if not then we all know it was a trick of magic. When the people of Albadiah came they said that they too saw the moon split, and the disbelievers said "oh, how powerful Mohammad's magic is!"

Then Allah revealed Surat al Qamar: "The hour has come near and the moon has split, and when they see a sign, they turn and say 'this is a continuous magic' and they disbelieved and followed their desires..."

This took place in the days of the prophet Muhammad in Makkah
In one of Dr. Zaghlool Al-Najaar's seminars, in one of the British universities said: "The miracle of the plitting of the moon has been proven recently"... " One of the British brothers who is very concerned about the state of Islam "Dawood Musa" who is the new chairman of the british muslims party who is planning to enter the coming elections under the banner of islam, which is spreading extremely fast in the west said "While he was searching for a religion, a friend gave him a copy of the Quran translated in english. He opened it and came across surat Al-Qamar and read "The hour has come and the moon has split", looking at this he said 'The moon has split?!' He then stopped reading and did not open it again.

Then one day while whatching a program on the BBC, The broadcaster was talking with three American scientists, and the broadcaster was blaming America for spending billons of dollars on space projects, in a time where millions of people are suffering from poverty.

The scientists were trying to explain why it is important to go into space exploration

Soon the scientists came to discuss the most expensive trip to the moon, which costed about 100 billion dollars, so the broadcaster asked them "So to put the American flag on the moon you spent this much internal structure of the moon to see what similarities it has with the Earth, and they said that they were surprised to find a 'Belt of Rocks' that goes from the surface of the moon right to the inner depths.

Being quite surprised, they gave this information to their geologists, who were also surprised, as they concluded that this couldn't be unless the moon was once split and resealed. The rocks on the belt are a result of the impact during the time that the two halves of the moon recombined.

Watching this brother Dawood Mussa jumped off his seat screaming "This is Muhammad's miracle which occurred more than 1400 years ago, and now the Americans are spending billions of dollars to prove it to the Muslims. He then said "This must surely be a true religion, and so, where once Surat Al-Qamar was a cause for him disbeleiving in Islam, it was now the reason for his embracing Islam..."

An artist's impression of the splitting of moon by Muhammad based on Islamic traditions

An artist's impression of the splitting of moon by Muhammad based on Islamic traditions

Best April Fools' Day Jokes List

on today, an extensive list of April Fools' Day Jokes that websites have run each year


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Video: CES: TN's Gaming Vest

First-person shooter video games have become immensely popular because of their ability to let players mercilessly mow down digital foes from the comfort of an easy chair. When a new breed of video game technology hits the market next month, the machines will have their day as their flesh and blood opponents gain the ability to feel the impact of bullets, explosions and other blows by donning a specially designed vest rigged with pneumatic actuators and microcompressors.

The 3rdSpace Vest developed by Redmond, Wash.–based TN Games looks like the bulletproof flak jackets worn by police officers. Rather than block bullets, however, the vest is designed to simulate the feeling of being shot. Each features eight impact points—four in the front and four in the back—that use a system of pneumatic actuators and microcompressors to deliver a blow of 30 pounds per square inch, or psi (2.1 kilograms per square centimeter).

The force of the sensors embedded in the vests "is enough to make a game fun and interesting, but it's not going to hurt people," says Mark Ombrellaro, a vascular surgeon who formed TN Games and its parent company, TouchNetworks, Inc.

The vest is set to debut on November 21 with TN Games's futuristic 3rd Space Incursion game and will also work with a version of Activision's World War II era–based Call of Duty 2, which ships with the vest. TN Games has also developed software modules for gamers to download that will enable versions of Id Software, Inc.'s Quake and Doom games to work with the vest.

Ironically, the idea for a vest designed to heighten the experience of video games simulating violence evolved from a telemedicine project conducted in Texas prisons. In 1993 Ombrellaro participated as a physician in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice's Mednet video consultation pilot project, which offered inmates medical exams using videoconferencing technology, negating the need for physicians to be in the same rooms as their patients. The program was the result of efforts to save costs and decrease the security risks of sending doctors into prisons.

The inmates, who could be as far as 168 miles (270 kilometers) away, saw their doctors via a monitor set up at the prison. The remote physicians would instruct an on-site nurse on how to conduct the physical examination and rely on that nurse's observations to make a diagnosis. "With anything complicated, [the nurses] would say that they couldn't really tell or that the [inmate] would need more tests," Ombrellaro says.

With this experience in mind, Ombrellaro set out to create a device that could improve the accuracy of exams conducted remotely via telemedicine channels. In 2000 he formed TouchNetworks to develop what he saw as a "wearable network." The idea was to give physicians special hand control units that they could use to remotely activate sensors on the patient's vest, which would cover the body from the pubic bone up to the shoulders.

But the vests had to provide physicians with more than just the ability to inflate a small section to see if that caused pain or discomfort in a particular area of the patient's body. "You need to be able to figure out how much force to deliver and how much displacement that force is causing in the body," Ombrellaro says. "Beyond that, your fingertips tell your brain what they're feeling when they push, so you need to have not just a lever in the device but a receptor as well."....

Samsung Hard Disk Soup

"Because its Nod32 license ended, this guy had to take action and get rid of the viruses from this computer. And indeed he found an amazing method of doing that and much more. The recipe you ask? It is quite simple. But first here are the ingredients: one Samsung hard disk, 2 liters of water, 10 peas of black pepper, 2 pieces of laurel and a pinch of salt. First get the water to a boiling point and then add the rest of the ingredients. Do not forget the most important one, the hard disk. Boil this mixture for 10 minutes and let it cool for about 20-30 minutes. Once the hard disk has cooled off you can insert it back into your computer, virus scan free!!"

Samsung Hard Disk Soup

Samsung Hard Disk Soup

funny Babies In The Water

that babies look cute, Enjoy the photos ;)

Babies in the water

Babies in the water

Babies in the water

Babies in the water

Babies in the water

Babies in the water

3 rare White Lion Cubs !!!

Three white lion cubs were born last week in the Olmen Zoo. White lions are very rare, worldwide there are only 200 of them, and they only survive by selective breeding in zoos.

White Lion

White Lion


funny cat and mouse (friends!!)

Diamond-studded iPod shuffle photo

World's most expensive iPod goes on sale ...Does your girlfriend like bling a lot ? Well ehad on over to London where this Diamond-studded iPod shuffle is to be auctioned. Yeah, there's a lot of good, civically-minded things you could do with your cash... but wouldn't it be more fun to blow it on a 1GB iPod? If you're dying to prove how little £20,000 (or around $40,000) means to you, here's your chance. A jeweler named Thomas Heyerdahl has created an 18 karat, diamond studded, ...

The one-off piece was created by jeweller, Thomas Heyerdahl, who says the process was painstaking and meticulous as there wouldn't ever be another one.

He said: "It's a special thing, making just one. If we had make this for commercial sale, it would be quite a different thing because then you have to take care of, much more things to make it work commercially."

Source: yahoo

Best cool Graffiti arts picture


Best Graffiti art photos


new animal creature image !

happy jump 123 !!

funny Cool car tunning !

The COO of Nintendo’s U.S. “Dirty South” divison?

Donkey Kong ghetto car

So much chrome, the train horns are unnecessary. Thanks anyway.

Tons of chrome

Ok, this definitely belongs to some good old White Trash…

Cool Whip car

The standard factory overhead lighting was a little too “cheap”!

Ghetto chandelier in car

Very happy McDonald’s employees on their way to work:

McDonald's Ghetto Car

What a beautiful ocean shot!

Ghetto Car

(The 28 count means 28 inch rims — fun filled fact)

Newport Ghetto Car

Making Chester very proud.

Cheetos Car