[frame]Giant Pool of Water Ice at Mars' South Pole
Mars is unlikely to sport beachfront property anytime soon, but the planet has enough water ice at its south pole to blanket the entire planet in more than 30 feet of water if everything thawed out.
With a radar technique, astronomers have penetrated for the first time about 2.5 miles (nearly four kilometers) beneath the south pole’s frozen surface. The data showed that nearly pure water ice lies beneath.
Discovered in the early 1970s, layered deposits of ice and dust cap the North and South Poles of Mars. Until now, the deposits have been difficult to study closely with existing telescopes and satellites. The current advance comes from a probe of the deposits using an instrument aboard the Mars Express orbiter.
“This is the first time that a ground-penetrating system has ever been used on Mars,
This is really a quick and small app I developed, just for fun.
Actually, I was intrigued by the Sudoku game, and wondered what it was like to make a solving algorithm. Well, I completely it fairly quickly, and the program eventually developed into me playing around with GDI.
Fairly pointless app, but, since this is my dumping grounds (XD), I'm posting it here anyways :D
A person by the name of obiwan222222 has gotton his psp to Strem his nintendo wii using using Location Free support. :suprised: Downfall, it has a 6 secend delay.... yeah it sucks but i think this is a very big step for the psp homebrew... You can't really play your nintendo wii on your psp, lets put it this way, its like a very small screen for your wii. ( that is kinda slow)
QJ Wrote:While wee ourselves aren't quite sure how useful this ultimately is, wee have to admit that a number of us here at QJ found it cool anyways. QJ reader nano alerts us to this YouTube video where YouTube user obiwan222222 claims been able to play the Wii on his PSP using Location Free support.
Yes, wee can hear it now. Some of you folks are probably thinking fake already. Well, given that he just seems to be using his PSP as a monitor, and isn't really doing anything more complicated than that, wee'll leave the debunking to you folks.
Anyway, on the chance that this isn't fake, the only handy application that comes to mind is that this might serve as a great solution if in case your Wiimote strap just snapped, and you're in desperate need of a screen.