Saturday, 11 August 2012

A Man With an Ear in His Arm

There's a man with an extra ear -- but it's not on his head.
Australian artist Stelarc says it took him a decade to find a surgeon crazy enough to help him achieve his dream: the implantation of an ear... in his arm.

Thursday, 9 August 2012

Is Pole Dancing the Olympic Sport of the Near Future?

You have to be pretty fit to make in the world of pole dancing... but are pole-dancers world-class athletes?
The International Pole Sports Federation says "YES!" (shortly after stuffing a buck into my g-string), and they want to prove it on the big stage by showing off at the Olympics.
And I don't mean after hours at some unofficial venues a few blocks from the arenas.
According to David Moye of the Huffington Post, there's a push to get strippers... er... dancers on the pole in time for the 2016 Games as an official Olympic sport.

Monday, 6 August 2012

Mars Facts: 5 Things About Red Planet You Might Not Know

Mars is set to get its latest visitor Sunday night when NASA's new robotic rover, named Curiosity, attempts to land there. Mars has been a prime target for space exploration for decades, in part because its climate 3.5 billion years ago is believed to have been warm and wet, like early Earth. Here are five other key points:

Good use of Sex Doll

An unidentified elderly woman was getting fed up with drivers speeding past a crosswalk near her home in China, according to Car News China's interpretation of Chinese-language newspaper Tiexue. Local cops offered little help, so the resourceful granny tried slowing down drivers with the aid of a strategically positioned inflatable girlfriend.Why settle for a boring-old stop sign when you have a highly realistic sex doll on hand?

Sunday, 5 August 2012

Anorexia? Schizophrenia’s younger sister…

When people drift through the tortures of starvation, scientists warn that the real reason is given by the appearance of anorexia and not by excessive weight or obesity. In this direction, Russian scientists believe that anorexia is, in fact, a dangerous mental disharmony that, over time, can lead to schizophrenia.

Friday, 3 August 2012

World,s Strangest Hang Nga hotel, Vietnm

This hotel is actually taking the name of the architect who designed it, Hang Na by her name, daughter of a former Vietnamese president and although it’s trying to look like an authentic tree house, there’s nothing tree’ish about the materials used for building it. Maybe that’s why the majority of the people crossing his doorstep are seeing this more as a tourist attraction, preferring to spend the night elsewhere.

Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Some of the rarest creatures in the world found living in a… pond

An amateur fisherman from Louisiana made the discovery of his life when he noticed a pair of white alligators living in a plain swamp.
Weighing only 7 kilograms, the two alligators are not albino, but suffer from a genetic mutation called “leucism” in scientific language. In common language, means that the reptiles in question are affected by a reduction in the amount of all pigments in the skin.