how would i make a gordon freeman HEv costume for halloween?

Question by 007towelie 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


i want to make a gordon freeman costume for my little bro?

My little brother loves the fact that gordon freeman has his first name so i want to make him a costume, but i don't know how to make him a fake mustache and beard that looks real. doese anyone kno a good way to make 1?

Question by DehLeprechaun 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


How do I change the tags for a Group?

???? So how do I????

Topic by Gordon Freeman 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Has anyone seen and have an opinion on the tv show Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman?

Specifically, when I watch the show, I end up with more questions then are being answered.  Today, he was speaking of the Big Bang, and the many theories involved lately.  He stated that the uniformity of the universe seems odd coming from an explosion that could only produce a random pattern. Then this was illustrated by dropping a balloon full of paint onto a canvas.   WHAT?  The balloon itself would disturb the distribution of the paint so that was not a very good illustration.  If they could drop a "round bulk drop" of paint with no "containers" around it, into a vacuum onto a canvas; and if the same thing happened, I'd be more convinced that one "needs" inflation to make things uniform (I am not arguing against inflation theory, but rather that it is needed for uniformity).  This is merely one example of the many questions I came up with in the first 20 minutes of the one hour show. I had to shut it off...at least for now to stop the explosion of things going through my head.  Any thoughts and ideas and concerns are welcome.  Here is the show....       

Topic by Goodhart 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


What does the universe look like?

I watch these magnificent programs about the universe, so wonderfully explained by Morgan Freeman.  I am puzzled with one question.  How can the science predict the size of our galaxy in somewhat vivid details?  So, here is my analogy.  With the space technology at hand, taking a picture of our own galaxy is the same as taking a picture of the Empire State building from one of its balconies.  Can someone please elaborate on this subject. Thank you.

Topic by kabira 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Look what I found in my junkmail (of interest to South UK iblers)

(I don't actually visit the dorkbot site, but they have a fitful newsletter)DORKBOT DORKBOT DORKBOT dorkbotlondon will be at area10, Peckham, SE15 5JTthis wednesday 18th June from 7pm map: http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=SE15+5JT Area10 is the white warehouse type building behind Peckham Library. Join us and enjoy the Julie Freeman talking more about her perversionfor dog's ears (now realised as the ICA commissioned http://www.dogsears.net), The People Speak presenting Peckham TV( http://www.peckhamspace.com/projects/peckhamtv ) a live envisioning ofPeckham's future, Moritz Waldemeyer talking about a recent project( http://www.waldemeyer.com/ ) and Mike Blow talking about his musical park benches ( http://www.evolutionaryart.co.uk/ ). Plus! News about the burningdork dorkbot camp, and opendorks (if youhave a ~ 7 minute presentation about something dorky, let us know on thenight). See you there! So

Topic by Kiteman 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Make that FIFTY Things To Do Before You Die

The man who co-wrote the best-selling adventure travel guide 100 Things To Do Before You Die has died at the age of 47.Unfortunately, Dave Freeman had only visited half the places mentioned in his book whose recommendations included a voodoo pilgrimage to Haiti and running with bulls in Pamplona, Spain.Ironically, he died in a simple domestic accident, falling over at his home in Venice, California, and hitting his head. According to co-author Neil Teplica, his friend's mantra was: 'You should live every day like it would be your last. There's not many people who do.'Mr Teplica said: 'He didn't have enough days but he lived the life he wrote about.'The guide, which was subtitled Travel Events You Just Can't Miss, started life as a regular website feature called The Coolest Place on Earth. As readers started sending in reports of wild and wonderful festivals around the globe, the two men vowed to try them all out. Everybody has a list of places to visit, or things to do, but what is your making bucket list?What should everybody make before they die?Daily Mail articleBuy the book onlineOne Hundred Scientific Things To Do Before You Die.

Topic by Kiteman 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago