We've all seen cartoons where a character sets off some dynamite with one of those plunger-and-box doohickeys. Now find out what's inside one of them.
This went down at Six Flags Great Escape in upstate New York. Sure, this didn't make for a normal, fun day at the park — but at least these onlookers were there to catch this girl and escort her to safety.
The locomotive chug-a-lug rhythm of this classic theme song is just a perfect fit for Paweł Zadrożniak's Floppotron. Let's just hope these singing computer parts aren't coal-powered.
On the one hand, if you're going to join a roleplaying session in a "Flight Simulator" game, you should take your job as the air traffic controller seriously. On the other hand, this hotshot pilot seems far too comfortable with being a real jerk about it all.
Digital methods are reinventing Gutenberg's signature press as the darling of the DIY world.
Detroit's Silverdome used to be home to thousands of football fans. Now, it's just a place for Tyler Fernengel to get rad on two wheels.
A seller of dietary supplements is succeeding by promising power to the aggrieved.
By searching the church's famed family trees, scientists have tracked down a cancer-causing gene that came west with a pioneer couple — just in time to save the lives of their great-great-great-great grandchildren.
Just because you didn’t work last weekend doesn’t mean you had a good weekend.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most important facts from the past few days. This week: North Korean propaganda machine knows Photoshop, chiropractors are bad and planes can't fly in heat.
Sure, sometimes Jones' outbursts are flat-out funny. When it comes to Jones hawking Sandy Hook conspiracy theories and overpriced vitamin slurries, it's a lot harder to find yourself laughing.
Police and firefighters in Maine were responding to a fire near a home when suddenly a burst of air and flame came hurtling toward them. No one was seriously injured.
We humbly welcome the return of these strange peoples that only could only arise from our nonsensically deviant internet.
We have to say, these would-be robbers in Mexico are extremely courteous?
Against all odds, tens of thousands of Brendan Fraser fans on Facebook have carved out a kind place on the internet.
Humans universally make Us/Them dichotomies along lines of race, ethnicity, gender, language group, religion, age, socioeconomic status, and so on. And it’s not a pretty picture.
A few weeks back, SprayAndPlay made a request that a single tree (pictured) be taken out of Tripwire’s "Rising Storm 2: Vietnam," a multiplayer PC shooter released earlier this year. And now, the tree is gone.
For a large majority of us, waking up to an alarm is the norm not the exception. But what if the opposite was true? What would happen if we let our bodies dictate when we wake up, and not the machines?
One weekend a year, the spoon carvers from around the country — and the world — gather on the western Minnesota prairie.
Apple just launched an augmented reality kit that allows developers to map digital objects in 3D space. This lucky guy got his hands on the tech and figured out a very cool early application for it.
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