WHOVIANS: Pay WHAT YOU WANT for Up to 61 Doctor Who Comic Books! (And Support Charity!)

Doctor Who Comic Books

For those of you who love Doctor Who as much as we do, Humble currently has a Doctor Who comic book bundle that offers up to 61 comics books (Valued at $895) for a fraction of the price! If you want all 61 publications, you just have to pay $25, but for $1, you can also get a few! You will also be supporting the BBC Children in Need charity in the process!

Whovians, this one’s for you! The Whoniverse comes alive on the page in this collection of comics, packed with dozens of volumes exploring the Doctor’s adventures and exploits across time and space! See the 8th and 11th Doctors team up to face down the Bad Wolf Empress in Doctor Who: Empire of the Wolf. In Doctor Who: Origins, a mission to hunt down a threat to Gallifrey puts the Doctor in the sites of the secretive Time Lords known as the Division. Get these awesome comics and a great many more, and help support BBC Children in Need with your purchase!

[Doctor Who “Explore the Whoniverse” Megabundle]

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The Impressive Engineering Behind Duct Tape

The Engineering of Duct Tape

Ever wondered what makes duct tape so incredibly versatile? In his latest video, Bill Hammack, the Engineer Guy, demonstrates and explains the impressive engineering behind the legendar tape. By dissolving duct tape in solvent, Bill reveals its three core components: plastic backing, adhesive, and cloth reinforcement. The plastic backing provides durability and flexibility. The adhesive is a viscoelastic substance that can behave both like a liquid and a solid, adhering with light pressure and holding tight. Finally, the cloth reinforcement adds strength and tear resistance to the tape.

Bill also shares several interesting facts about duct tape’s history, from its invention in the 1940s to seal ammunition boxes to its important role in the Apollo 13 Moon mission, where it helped repair a critical carbon dioxide filter.

Surprisingly, despite its name, duct tape should never be used on ducts! I’ve personally used it to fix my recycling bin after the recycling truck cracked the bin’s cover. It’s been holding together with tape for several years now!

Recreating Jell-O Cake, Nuka Cola & Cram from Fallout in Real Life

If you’re a fan of the Fallout series, get your empty bottles of Nuka Cola ready, because Andrew Rea from the Babish Culinary Universe is tackling some of Fallout’s most iconic foods in his latest video! From the colorful Jell-O Cake from Vault 33, to the refreshing taste of Nuka Cola perfect for quenching your thirst in the wasteland, and even the infamous Cram that every survivor knows all too well, Andrew brings these post-apocalyptic treats to life. He even ends up drinking his Nuka Cola in glass made from Uranium glass from the 1930s. Whether you’re a vault dweller scavenging for ingredients or a curious survivor looking to add a touch of the wasteland to your meals, this episode is a must-watch!

Today’s Hot Deals: Sony Wireless Headphones, Raycon Wireless Earbuds, 40oz Tumbler, Blink Video Doorbell, and MORE!

For today’s edition of “Deal of the Day,” here are some of the best deals we stumbled on while browsing the web this morning! Please note that Geeks are Sexy might get a small commission from qualifying purchases done through our posts. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.

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When Deadpool & Wolverine Create a Beer Commercial: Best Bubs [Video]

When Deadpool “borrows” adamantium from Wolverine to crate beer cans. I’m not sure if this is a real ad or a parody since Heineken Silver really exists and Ryan Reynolds says “does not actually exists. Don’t sue us?” It’s probably all about the adamantium cans.

In any case, this should have aired during the Super Bowl.

The Sun’s Fluffy Corona Seen in Exquisite Detail

From ESA:

This otherworldly, ever-changing landscape is what the Sun looks like up close. ESA’s Solar Orbiter filmed the transition from the Sun’s lower atmosphere to the much hotter outer corona. The hair-like structures are made of charged gas (plasma), following magnetic field lines emerging from the Sun’s interior.

The brightest regions are around one million degrees Celsius, while cooler material looks dark as it absorbs radiation.

This video was recorded on 27 September 2023 by the Extreme Ultraviolet Imager (EUI) instrument on Solar Orbiter. At the time, the spacecraft was at roughly a third of the Earth’s distance from the Sun, heading for a closest approach of 43 million km on 7 October.

[ESA]