Tha developers of the world’s largest menagerie of creepy robots have taken wraps off of Handle, a 6.5 foot-tall research robot that can drive along at 9 mph and jump up to 4 feet in the air. Its ability to balance and negotiate terrain are especially impressive.
Works of art are products of their time, but critics and audiences are even more so. The Royal Ocean Film Society points out some of the films that were received horribly when they first came out, only to be praised years later. Will Michael Bay’s – ah we can’t. We can’t do it.
Baba Avtar Singh is the proud wearer of the world’s largest and heaviest turban, as a symbol of his Sikh faith. The incredible piece of headwear takes several hours to assemble each day, and is made from nearly a 1/2 mile of fabric. It also doubles as his motorcycle helmet.
For the latest edition of his Mean Tweets series, Jimmy Kimmel asked some past and present Oscar winners and nominees to read some of the nasty things people have written about them on social media. We thinkg Jeff Bridges had the best retort.
Incredible footage captured via drone as it flies towards an unusual development on Kalapana Hawaii, where a chunk of cliff cracked off and exposed a lava tube which now sprays a huge torrent of liquid hot magma into the Pacific. (Thanks Orion!)
The overabundance of coffee shops have forced owners to come up with various twists and gimmicks to differentiate themselves, from odd flavors to quirky furniture. But sometimes they take things too far. Maybe not as far as McDonald’s UK’s parody though.
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