Taiwanese Coffee Machines Print Photos on Coffee

Taiwanese Coffee Machines Print Photos on Coffee


Taiwanese Coffee Machines Print Photos of Customers Onto Lattes

Latte art is something that’s often the subject of photographs, but have you ever seen an latte artwork that is a photograph?


A coffee business over in Taiwan recently came up with the idea of providing a unique product to customers by having photographs of their faces printed directly onto the foam of the coffee they’re ordering!

The whole thing was dreamed up by Let’s Cafe, a line of coffee vending kiosks in the FamilyMart chain of convenience stores. Wanting to generate some buzz about their brand, Let’s Cafe came up with a way to have their special coffee machines print customer faces onto lattes.


The system works like this: when a customer is ordering a latte, they can choose to take a selfie of themselves using a smartphone and then send the photo to the machine. The machine then takes the photograph and recreates it onto the coffee’s foam using a brown edible powder. When the coffee pops out of the machine, voila! Your face on foam!

According to Let’s Cafe, the new feature was quite a success, and the brand got a good deal of publicity through traditional and social media:

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How to Call on Skype without Installing – Skype Video Call without Install


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Things on Earth that Cannot be Explained

Mysterious Things of the World – Things on Earth that Cannot be Explained


There many unexplained anomalies on earth. We can explain what photosynthesis is; we know the earth revolves around the sun and we are also capable of making a phone that unlocks with a thumb print.

But there are things in this world that still remain a mystery to this day such as :

1. The Longyou Grottoes


These are man-made caves made from slit-stones found near China, it is unknown when they were made and who made them.

2. The gate of the sun


A stone structure, for which it is unknown about how it was made or came to be. It is believed the carvings on the structure have something to do with astrological and astronomical importance.

3. Gobekli Tepe


Found atop a mountain ridge in Turkey, the temple was built before the city which shows how important religion was in those days.

4. The Voynich Manuscript


No one knows what this book is about or what language it is written in.

5. Yonaguni monument


It is unknown whether this structure is man made or naturally formed.

6. Stone Age tunnels


An underground tunnel which is completely man-made and dates back to the stone age. However, it is still unknown how they were made at that time.

7. Stone Spheres


These perfectly round spheres are around Costa Rica and go from very large to very small in size. It is unknown how they reached here or what they are for.

8. An unfinished Obelisk


This obelisk was abandoned and no one knows why.

The Unfinished Obelisk (Aswan, Egypt)

The largest known Egyptian obelisk is called the “unfinished obelisk”, which today can be found exactly where it was once semi-carved from the solid bedrock. This stone block was intended to be a 120ft / 36m tall obelisk. It is estimated that a block of granite this size would easily weigh more than a 1000 tons, some geologists have suggested a figure in the region of 1100 tons – 1150 tons. Unfortunately this obelisk was never finished because during the process to remove the block of stone from its mother bedrock, a huge crack appeared that made the stone unusable. Apart from its intended use, the stone had no reusable value to the stonemasons of the day, and this resulted in the stone being totally abandoned (maybe in the reign of Queen Hapshepsut – 18th Dynasty), take a minute to think of how many man-hours were wasted in getting the unfinished obelisk to the state at which it was abandoned.

9. Saksaywaman


These stacked stones sit on each other so perfectly well and that too without mortar.

10. Mohenjo-Daro


One of the earliest major urban settlements with city planning, social organisation and a draining system.

Golden Arm Man Who Saved 2 Million Babies

How One Australian Man’s Blood Donations Saved Over Two Million Lives


Today I found out about a man who saved over two million lives just by donating his somewhat unique blood plasma. Australian James Harrison is called “the man with the golden arm” due to the unusual composition of his blood. Harrison’s blood contains an antibody called Rho(D) Immune Globulin that is used to treat Rhesus disease, a severe form of anemia where antibodies in a pregnant woman’s blood destroy her baby’s blood cells.

James Harrison may never have discovered this quirk in his blood if it were not for the fact that when he was 13 in 1949, Harrison had major chest surgery. The surgery required transfusions of almost three-and-a-half gallons of blood. During the three months he spent recovering in the hospital, grateful for the donated blood that had saved his life, he pledged to start donating his own as soon as he was legally old enough as a way to pay back the kindness of the strangers who donated the blood he used. (At the time, one needed to be 18 to donate blood.)

In 1954, when Harrison turned 18 and started giving blood, it was quickly discovered that his blood contained a rare, very valuable lifesaving antibody that could be used to treat Rhesus disease.

At that time, Rhesus disease was killing tens of thousands of babies per year (around 10,000 annually in the U.S. alone), as well as causing major birth defects such as brain damage. Most people (about 85%) have a special protein in their blood cells called the Rh factor, which makes them Rh positive (positive blood type); the remainder, who lack Rh factor, are called Rh negative (and have a negative blood type).

Women who’ve been pregnant may remember the Rh blood test, which screens to detect any incompatibility: “If [mother] is Rh-negative and . . . baby is Rh-positive, [mother’s] body will react to the baby’s blood as a foreign substance. [Mother’s] body will create antibodies (proteins) against the baby’s Rh-positive blood . . . . Rh incompatibility is more likely to cause problems in second or later pregnancies [when] Rh antibodies can cross the placenta and attack the baby’s red blood cells . . . lead[ing] to hemolytic anemia in the baby.”

Luckily, if an incompatibility is found early on, there is a prenatal treatment (Rh immune globulin) that will prevent any problems before they start. This works by introducing antibodies that will attach to Rh-positive red blood cells. This effectively makes it so the mother’s immune system won’t detect and then try to destroy them.

When the discovery was made about Harrison’s blood, he agreed to undergo extensive tests and experiments that eventually led to the development of a vaccine called Anti-D. Harrison said he was eager to help but some precautions were taken in case something happened to him during the testing. “They insured me for a million dollars so I knew my wife Barbara would be taken care of. I wasn’t scared. I was glad to help,” Harrison said in a 2010 interview.

Besides letting himself be used as a guinea-pig in the development of the Anti-D vaccine, Harrison has donated an extreme amount of plasma. Plasma can be given every two to three weeks, unlike whole blood, which is only recommended to be donated every six weeks. This allowed Harrison to donate over 1000 times in the 57 years he’s been doing it. He has continued to donate since he reached 1000 donations in 2011. It is estimated Harrison has helped save about 2-2.5 million people so far. Among that number, his own daughter, Tracey, had to have the Anti-D injection after the birth of her son.

Bonus Facts:

  • The Rhesus factor was discovered by Philip Levine and Rufus E. Stetson in 1939 after they studied a woman who’d had a baby and then subsequently gotten pregnant again, this time with the baby being stillborn. Due to blood loss while giving birth, she was given type-O blood (donated from her husband) which matched her apparent blood type. Despite this, her body reacted to the blood as if she had been given the wrong blood type. Levine and Stetson theorized then that there must be some undiscovered blood group antigen at play here. They also theorized that the mother’s immune system must have been sensitized by the foetus’ red blood cells, with the baby carrying the father’s blood type.
  • Rhesus disease typically becomes worse with each successive pregnancy and it is rare for the first Rhesus positive baby to be affected by the disease. The first pregnancy is significant because a Rhesus negative mother can be sensitized to the Rh positive antigen.
  • The incidence of Rhesus disease is very low in non-Caucasian populations, but among Caucasians, about one in ten pregnancies are to a Rhesus negative woman with a Rhesus positive baby with approximately 13% of Rhesus negative mothers sensitized by their first pregnancy.

Courtesy of gizmodo.com.au

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World Youngest Mother – Age 5 Years

World Youngest Mother – Age 5 Years


Regardless of our squeamishness, we have to note that the claim of a five-year-old girl giving birth is apparently true. Her name was Lina Medina, a Peruvian girl from the Andean village of Ticrapo who made medical history when she gave birth to a boy by caesarean section in May 1939 at the age of five years, seven months and 21 days. Lina’s parents initially thought their daughter had a large abdominal tumor, but after they took her to a hospital in the town of Pisco physicians confirmed that her abdominal swelling was due to pregnancy. Lina was eventually transferred to a hospital in Lima, where she delivered a six-pound baby boy by Cesarean section on 14 May 1939 (coincidentally the date on which Mother’s Day was celebrated that year). Lina’s father was temporarily jailed on suspicion of incest, but he was released for a lack of evidence and authorities were never able to determine who fathered Lina’s child.


Into the hospital at Pisco (Peru) came a tired, ragged Indian woman from the foothills of the Andes. She led by the hand a shy little girl, scarcely three feet tall, with chestnut braids and an enormously bulging abdomen. Pointing to the frightened child, the Indian woman begged Surgeon Geraldo Lozada to exorcise the evil spirits which had taken possession of her. Certain that little Lina Medina had an abdominal tumor, Dr. Lozada examined her, and received the surprise of his life when he discovered she was eight months pregnant, making her the world’s youngest mother ever. Here Pregnancy Pic Lina Medina Pregnant

Dr. Lozada took her to Lima, the capital of Peru, prior to the surgery to have other specialists confirm that Lina was in fact pregnant. A month and a half later, on May 14, 1939, she gave birth to a boy by a caesarean section necessitated by her small pelvis. The surgery was performed by Dr. Lozada and Dr. Busalleu, with Dr. Colretta providing anaesthesia. Her case was reported in detail by Dr. Edmundo Escomel to La Presse Medicale, along with the additional details that her menarche had occurred at 8 months of age, and that she had had prominent breast development by the age of 4. By age 5 her figure displayed pelvic widening and advanced bone maturation. May also like to read: Motherhood: Other amazing cases, available at the end of this, read full article


Her son weighed 2.7 kg (6 lb) at birth and was named Gerardo after her doctor. Gerardo was raised believing that Lina was his sister, but found out at the age of ten that Continue reading

Stuart Landsborough’s Puzzling World

Puzzling World


Stuart Landsborough’s Puzzling World is a tourist attraction near Wanaka, New Zealand. It started out as just a single level maze in 1973, but over the years expanded to add overbridges to the maze design (thus creating the world’s first 3-D maze), a large “puzzling café” where guests could try out several puzzles, five large rooms of optical illusions, the Leaning Tower of Wanaka (which has a backwards clock that was started on the eve of the new millennium) and other attractions (such as the Roman Bathrooms) that ascribe to their theme of “puzzling eccentricity”. The operators of Puzzling World have for many years offered a monetary prize for anybody who can prove themselves to have psychic powers; all a potential winner needs to do is use their powers to locate a specific item located somewhere in Puzzling World’s environs. To date the $100,000 prize goes unclaimed, although seven “professional” psychics have attempted the challenge. Puzzling World features a large maze in which the traveler must reach four corner towers before finding the middle courtyard (emergency doors are included for those who struggle).

The SculptIllusion Gallery:

A large gallery, opened in 2012, displays illusionary sculptures and architectural wonders and showcases New Zealand sculptors and designers.

The Leaning Tower of Wanaka:

The Leaning Tower of Wanaka is, as the name implies, a tower that is seemingly impossibly balanced on one corner, making the whole structure lean at an angle of 53 degrees to the ground.

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