The world's spiders consume somewhere between 400 million and 800 million tons of prey in any given year.
After quite the battle, he did end up catching the 83-inch, 552-pound fish.
Pinball is making a comeback, and America's last major game maker is ready.
This ship's living accommodations are dope. There's a gym, sauna and whirlpool. They'll even sing you happy birthday over the intercom. If you don't mind taking your sweet time and can canoodle your way on board, cargo travel seems like the way to go.
The master maker at Miller Knives takes a run-of-the-mill hammer and forges it into something worthy of drunk Jason Mamoa.
They aren't even fish, some of them are immortal and they are composed of ninety-five percent water. Jellyfish are proof that we inhabit an infinitely mysterious universe.
Technology has changed the Disney experience — and not necessarily in a bad way.
Nathan Fielder, the comedian best known for his TV series "Nathan for You" on Comedy Central, opened a pop-up store in Vancouver this Sunday to promote his "outdoor apparel company that openly promotes the true story of the Holocaust."
Brand name jewelry stores keep the information about their diamonds a closely held secret. They do this to keep people from finding out the truth: There is n...
This odd game of dance is tradition in Brazil. Google "Brazilian Chula" if you'd like to know more about it and come to the Digg offices if you'd like to test your skills against a team of pros.
Thomas Asimou helps families navigate the legal challenges.
This guy kind of rambles and it's hard to hear him over the blaring ragtime music, but around 3:00 he goes into how this table was used to swindle gamblers, and it's pretty cool.
The mystery isn’t just that we see methane when we shouldn’t. It’s also that, in a sense, we see too much of it.
The official video for ‘I Wanna Prove To You’ by The Lemon Twigs, directed by Nick Roney. Taken from new album ‘Do Hollywood’, out now on 4AD: http://smartur...
If you've ever said you wanted to take a bite out of Vin Diesel, this probably isn't what you meant, right?
Want to chart how charred you like your ribeye? This neat applet from a trio of MIT students lets you visualize how different methods of cooking meat affects the protein state and temperature of your cut.
He's either a good guy whale with a friendly disposition or a calculating, exacting predator.
The best part of this stunning POV video is how composed the guy is at the end. From "this is fucking awesome" to "lovely stuff."
Adam Koekkoek was painstakingly devoted to building his very own canoe, going so far as to weave cane seats.
It all comes down to the necessity of sacrificing meaning for good sound, and for that phonology is to blame.
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