Daredevil Antony Britton set the Guinness World Record for longest distance full body burn w/o oxygen, running 670 feet before the Stannage International Stunt Team put him out. He also ran the fastest 100m fire sprint, which is something most of us would do if set ablaze.
ArmourLight’s aircraft-inspired stainless steel pocket watches offer long-glowing luminescent markers made from T25 tritium. Each watch comes in a handsome gift box, along with a paracord tether, carabiner, and a keychain compass. A limited time offer from Massdrop.
The older you get, the more the years coalesce into one blob we call “the past.” But Mental Floss wants us to know exactly how ancient we’ve become with this list of things that happened or started 21 years ago, including Google, Space Jam, and A Song of Ice and Fire.
LEGO master Sariel believes Santa Claus knows about climate change. So he made St. Nick an amphibious sleigh with the help of a thematic part – LEGO Christmas baubles. They’re not completely airtight, but they work well enough as wheels both on ground and in water.
The Who’s 1971 classic Baba O’Riley has one of the most memorable synthesizer riffs of all time. Here, the guys from Those Darn Accordions! turn in a fun cover version of the track with the synths replaced by accordions. They need to do a version of Squeeze Box now.
Sun’s Tea’s glasses feature a double-walled design to help insulate their contents, keeping your spirits cooler longer, without hiding what they look like. Perfect for sipping whiskey all night long. Includes two 9 oz. glasses, each made from lead-free borosilicate glass.
A traumatized war veteran makes a living tracking down missing teenagers. Asked to rescue a senator’s daughter, he finds himself unraveling a conspiracy. Joaquin Phoenix stars in this brutal thriller hailed as the spiritual successor to Taxi Driver. Premieres 4/6/18.
Subtech Sports’ 45-liter Pro Drybag is still lightweight, waterproof, airtight and floats on water thanks to its detachable airbag. But it now has detachable straps, waist belt and sternum straps. There’s also a 100-liter variant, and a waterproof tote bag with no airbag.
A (mostly) satisfying video which shows how a Heller 5-axis milling machine carves away at a solid block of metal, transforming it into a spherical shape, first starting with rough lines, and gradually refining it. Though we really need some closure after they left it with a flat top.
Animation’s earliest known examples date back to the 1830s, and every year since then the art has evolved. The Solomon Society put together this wonderful reel, which compiles some of the major milestones in bringing sequential images to life – from line drawings to CGI blockbusters.
UK-based interior decor shop BespOak handmakes beautiful and unusual wall-mounted bookshelves designed to look like the branch structure of trees. Each one is inspired by the shape of a specific type of tree. Also available as standalone branches without trunks.
A brief look at one of our favorite actors, a man who most people won’t even recognize. Doug Jones is the talent behind such memorable characters as Abe Sapien in Hellboy, Cochise on Falling Skies, the Pale Man in Pan’s Labyrinth. Oh, and McDonald’s Mac Tonight.
A razor-sharp scalpel knife masquerading as a mini rifle. It packs a micro screwdriver, which can also be used for changing blades, a bottle opener, and two screwdriver bits. Comes with a sweet mini aluminum display briefcase. Be sure to check out their Crane folding scalpel too.
Incredible footage captured over Kimberley, Australia, as storm clouds and lightning rolled through. Geoff Green’s time-lapse is at once an awe-inspiring and terrifying reminder of nature’s fury. Photo geeks: shot w/ Nikon D800 @ 1 frame per 2 sec, 1.6 sec exposure, ISO 2000.
The perfect everyday accessory for fitness and active living, these recycled stainless steel water bottles incorporates a textured foam massage sleeve which makes quick work of muscle tension before or after a workout. Available in sizes from 18 oz to 40 oz.
(PG-13: Language) Notoriously snarky and egotistical musician Noel Gallagher surfs the internet, checking out social media, comments, and other content about himself and his former Oasis bandmates, and responds in kind in this delightful episode of GQ’s series Actually Me.
We love the technical look of these aviator-style sunglasses made from real carbon fiber. Unlike most carbon fiber, they’re formulated to have some springiness for comfort. They come with polarized lenses in a couple of different colors, though the blue ones are currently sold out.