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Teen Falls Into a Coma After Friend Squeezes His Testicles

A 17-year-old male is now in coma after suffering a heart attack when a friend jokingly squeezed his testicles. Dr. Irwin Goldstein—urologist and San Diego Sexual Medicine's director—says it's very possible to have a heart attack because the trauma can release a huge amount of adrenalin. Read More >>

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The Fifth Element Game That Sadly Never Was

You probably don't remember The Fifth Element game for Playstation because it was so crappy. And you don't remember this 8-bit The Fifth Element game because, sadly, it never existed. It's just a video made by those jerks at CineFix, who keep taunting us with awesome but fake retro game remakes of classic movies. Read More >>

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Hotdog in a Sausage Bun Because Bread Makes You Fat

If KFC can go double down on chicken, The Vulgar Chef can totally split a bacon cheddar sausage down the mid section and stick a god damn dog in it. Because, like he says, bread makes you fat but protein is just fine. I want one so badly. Read More >>

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X-Men: Days of Future Past Opening Battle Revealed

If you're too impatient to wait for opening day on the 23rd of May, here you have a sneak preview of the opening battle in X-Men: Days of Future Past, now clearly showing the awesome morphing Sentinels from the future. The scene shows the mutant hunters invading their hideout. Read More >>

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They May Look Like Toys but This is NASA's Amazing Aeroplane Collection

Look at this amazing collection of aeroplanes from NASA. It's so cool that you may think it's fake, like some kid put all his toys on the sidewalk. But no, they are all real. They use them for testing. Read More >>

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Astronauts Will Grow Their Own Food (or Weed?) for the First Time Ever

NASA is sending a really cool garden to the International Space Station on April 14, on board the SpaceX Dragon. For the first time in history, astronauts will grow their own food in space using this groovy disco box, an important step towards future long-term space travel and extraterrestrial colonies. Incidentally, this must be great to cultivate weed. Read More >>

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The Gritty Cityscapes of Jeremy Mann

The folks over at Colossal have put the focus on Jeremy Mann and his new wonderful cityscapes, large format masterworks of light and colour that contrast with his gritty brushstrokes and markings. Read More >>

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Seriously, Who Invented the Internet and Why?

People are always confused about who the hell invented the internet as we know it now. Even if they think they know, common mortals are most probably mistaken. This cool little video explains it clearly. Read More >>

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Photographer Reveals the Secret of the Windows XP Desktop Image

Charles O'Rear is the photographer who took Bliss, the image that became the desktop of every single Windows XP computer in the world. Billions saw it and probably think the photo is so perfect and colourful that it is computer generated—or at least Photoshopped. O'Rear reveals the origin of the photo in this video. Read More >>

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This Folded Aircraft Looks Like a Spaceship

From this perspective and in their fully folded stow position, the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey looks like a some weird spaceship concept. It's amazing how these things fold. It's fully automatic too. Here's a video showing the process: Read More >>

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The Terribly Sad Case of the Woman Who Has Fifty Orgasms a Day

24-year-old Amanda Gryce is having an orgasm in this photo. She has them uncontrollably, up to fifty times a day. It sounds fun, right? Actually, it's really awful. Even more awful is the fact that she can't have sex with her boyfriend, per doctor's orders. Read More >>

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What are These Giant Concrete Rings Built by the Nazis?

These huge concrete rings were built by the Germans during World War II on the coast of the Barents Sea. For decades, the Soviet military limited access to them after the war was over, fuelling speculation about their purpose. Conspiracy theorists and local folk claimed they were test grounds for Nazi weapons and antigravity devices. Read More >>

design
I Want to Live in This Awesome Yacht and Roam the World Forever

I always wanted to live on a sailboat, but they can be quite uncomfortable. I don't like motor yachts either, but I love some of the cool floating homes you can see in Sweden or Denmark. Glass--a concept by Lujac Desautel--seems like a great hybrid, with lots of space and light. Read More >>

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Iconic Album Covers Merged With Their Real Locations in Google Maps

The Guardian has a nice collection of album covers embedded in Google Streetview images. I'm surprised they didn't make Bowie's The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, but Beatles, Led Zeppelin, and Beastie Boys will do it for me. Read More >>

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The Ridiculed Comic Sans Typeface Gets its Dignity Back With Comic Neue

Craig Rozynski is an Australian designer who took upon himself to dignify the most ridiculed and beleaguered typeface in the world: Comic Sans. He turned the horrible typeface into an actually attractive typeface: Comic Neue. It's a miracle. Read More >>

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Babies Trying Lemons for the First Time in Slow Motion

Someone got a brilliant idea: Let's give babies lemon wedges for the first time-- just like every single parent does in the privacy of their home--and record their reaction in slow motion so the entire world can laugh and go aaaaawwwwwww at the same time. Read More >>

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