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UFC 192: Cormier vs. Gustafsson MMA Octagon Predictions
Light Heavyweight: Daniel Cormier (c) def. Alexander Gustafsson via Unanimous Decision Light Heavyweight: Ryan Bader def. Rashad Evans via KO (suplex and punches) Heavyweight: Ruslan Magomedov def. Shawn Jordan via TKO (punches) Flyweight: Joseph Benavidez def. Ali Bagautinov via Submission (triangle choke) Women's Bantamweight: Julianna Peña def. Jessica Eye via TKO (punches and elbows)
Preliminary Card (Fox Sports 1)
Featherweight: Dan Hooker def. Yair Rodríguez via TKO (doctor stoppage) Welterweight: Alan Jouban def. Albert Tumenov via KO (punch) Lightweight: Islam Makhachev def. Adriano Martins via Submission (inverted triangle choke) Women's Strawweight: Rose Namajunas def. Angela Hill via Decision (unanimous)
Fight of the Night: Daniel Cormier vs Alexander Gustafsson KO of the Night: Alan Jouban Submission of the Night: Joseph Benavidez
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Sealed in 26 September 2014 01:03:31
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Otsuka’s POCARI SWEAT will deliver all children’s dreams 380,000KM to the moon
Otsuka’s POCARI SWEAT Aims the Very First Moon Landing
Private Firms Take the Lead in the Start of “LUNAR DREAM CAPSULE PROJECT”.
The first private moon-landing project has started. In the world’s beverage history, a time capsule will be delivered to the moon, containing dreams of children, along with POCARI SWEAT as a symbol of our precious water, delivering the message that "dream is always close to our hands."
With hopes that children interested in space and the moon will one day challenge landing on the moon, a tour to primary schools in and out of Japan will be done to gather dreams of children from around the world.
A smartphone app to enable virtual messaging to the moon is also launched.
About DREAM CAPSULE
The DREAM CAPSULE to be delivered to the moon is made out of titanium, shaped like a POCARI SWEAT can, and weighs 1,000g. To continuously endure the harsh environment of the moon where the temperature shifts from minus 170℃ at night to 110℃ during the day, the capsule was developed specifically for this project. The messages to be put inside the capsule are dreams of children gathered from visits to primary schools in and out of Japan. Messages are also accepted via the project website (http://lunar-dream.com).
The gathered handwritten messages will be stored as data in 120 titanium plates to be packaged in the DREAM CAPSULE. Using the DREAM RING as a key, the DREAM CAPSULE can easily be unlocked. Copies of the DREAM RING will be handed to children upon message gathering. 10 of the original DREAM RINGs will be stored within the corporations of LUNAR DREAM Executive Committee.
More info: https://www.otsuka.co.jp/en/company/release/2014/0515_01.html
Official website of the project: http://lunar-dream.com/
Nike launch the pre-orders of Marty McFly’s self-lacing, light-up sneakers from Back to the Future Part II
Self-lacing ability with "power laces" technology
Nike will release this year a line of Marty McFly’s self-lacing, light-up sneakers from Back to the Future Part II, a 1989 sci-fi film in which characters time traveled to 2015.
Tinker Hatfield, the Nike designer who created McFly’s shoes for the film, confirmed at a conference last week that the Nike team is planning to release the sneakers sometime this year, though they don’t have an exact date yet, according to Nice Kicks, a sneakers news site. This year also marks the 30 year anniversary of the original Back to the Future movie.
The shoes will be an upgraded version of the 2011 Nike MAG, a limited-edition replica of McFly’s sneakers. The new footwear will feature “power laces,” in which motorized rollers in the shoe’s sole sense weight and tighten the laces when someone steps into the shoes, according to Nike’s patent.