Friday Links!From Randy Graham, a terrific article about the history of fallout signs.
From Robert McMillon, a story about how Jupiter has lost a stripe.
From Jesse Leimkuehler, it's Titan's gem tumbler, a story about how flash flooding in the Xanadu region of Saturn's moon Titan has paved streambeds with "thousands of crystal balls of ice."
From The Edwin Garcia Links Machine, a social network called Diaspora that doesn't act like Big Brother. Next, an article about a unique features of dams called bell-mouth spillways.
From Brad Ruminer, the entire Star Wars Trilogy, with LEGOs, in two minutes.
From Josh Eaves, and it's a classic, it's Russian Governor Claims He Was Abducted by Aliens.
From Malcolm Cox, a wonderful video of drumming legend Bernard Perdie playing at a drum clinic.
From Dirk Heinz, and I think I've linked to it before (but will do it again due to the sheer awesomeness), it's the A to Z of awesomeness.
From Sirius, and this is quite spectacular, it's Canada's eager beavers build world's largest dam. Next, it's A Single Molecule Computers Thousands of Times Faster Than Your PC. Finally, and there are some epic pictures in this, it's 15 Agonizing Automotive Atrocities.
From Andrew B, and this is a fantastic image, it's Shipwreck Of The Eduard Bohlen.
From DQ Fitness Advisor Doug Walsh, a story about the first human-powered winter circumnavigation of Lake Baikal. Freaking amazing.
From Steven Davis, a stunning gallery of images from The Seed Cathedral. Seriously, some of these pictures are just incredible.
From Brad Ruminer, a cave house built by a cow. Well, sort of, and here's more, with a few additional images.
Here's a bizarre article from Hippo: the Soviets used nuclear weapons to stop uncontrolled oil leaks from drilling rigs. Here's the Google translation of the original article (which was in Russian).