Daily Archives: April 5, 2019

MWF Midnight Zone 01 – MWF Championship Match…


Date: April 05, 2019

01) LINK

Match 1: Scarecrow Vs Steve Diamond – 81%

Match 2: Atreyu & Sebastian Vs Loli & Shota Con – 55%

Match 3: X Cyborg Boy Vs Viamund – 88%

Match 4: Peter Pan Vs Ganymede – 65%

Main Event:

Dick N’Balls Vs Baphomet – 88%

MWF Championship Match:

Pedo Bear VS Teddy Love – 77%

To avoid spoilers, you must highlight the text on this table in order to read it.

Win: Scarecrow Loss: Steve Diamond
Win: Atreyu & Sebastian Loss: Loli & Shota Con
Win: Viamund Loss: Cyborg Boy
Win: Peter Pan Loss: Ganymede via Count Out
Main Event Match: Baphomet Defeats Dick N’Balls
Win: Pedo Bear Loss: Teddy Love

Congratulations to our first Magnificent Champion…Pedo Bear!

BEST RANKED MATCH: Tie between Cyborg Boy Vs Viamund & Dick N’Balls Vs Baphomet – 88%


New ‘metallic wood’ could lead to super-light cars…


Date: April 05, 2019

01) New ‘metallic wood’ could lead to super-light cars

Thanks to Pete!

“Researchers have created a “metallic wood” that’s as strong as titanium, but light enough to float in water.

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, and the University of Cambridge detail how they created the metallic wood in a study recently published in the journal Scientific Reports.”

02) ‘Metallic wood’ at Penn is as strong as titanium but lighter than water

“In a lab at the University of Pennsylvania, engineers have created an improbable material that is as strong as titanium while putting aluminum to shame in the weight department.

The material contains no actual wood, but it is wood-like in the sense of having pores: air spaces in between billions of miniature “struts” of nickel. Magnified thousands of times on a microscope, the material looks like honeycomb.

So far, the engineers have made just small squares of the material — each about the size of a postage stamp — but they envision that it could be produced in large enough quantities to make rugged, ultralight exteriors for cell phones and other electronic devices. Depending on the cost, it might be an option for making lightweight, fuel-efficient cars.”