An Iraqi installed a remote-controlled paintball gun in his room and connected it to the Internet; he was shot 60,000 times in 30 days and got a severe case of PTSD.
An Indonesian toddler Aldi Rizal has quit the habit of smoking 40 cigarettes a day but has now got addicted to junk food. He started smoking when he was just 18 months old.
Hippos often enjoy licking massive crocodiles.
Instead of money, Toyota donated efficiency to the Food Bank of NYC. Their experts cut wait times in a Harlem soup kitchen from 90 minutes to 18 minutes. In one Brooklyn warehouse, simply changing the size of boxes allowed workers to cut packing time from 3 minutes to just 11 seconds.
Google sent a lone employee to map an entire abandoned Japanese island, which was once the most densely-populated place on Earth.
YouTube user 235FireFly was admiring Newfoundland scenery when he suddenly noticed something out of place over an iceberg out at sea.
I noticed what appeared to be a chunk of ice just barely attached to an iceberg, hoping to catch it collapse I took out the camera and zoomed in. What you can see is a white object not attached to the iceberg, but rather spinning around and changing shape? There was no fog and it was a perfectly clear day so I’m up for debate.
The “debate” about vaccines and autism, began after a fraudulent paper was published. The author is no longer licensed to practice. Countless dollars have been spent to debunk his claims, and innocent children have probably died due to his lies.
According to a study by the British Academy of Sound Therapy the song Weightless by Marconi Union is the most relaxing song ever.
On New Years Eve of 1999, Brad Pitt played a prank where he bribed the Mexican Government to cut the power and phone lines of a resort and send in troops to arrest one of his friends on drug charges.
A guy and his friends have a tradition of putting on full Star Wars costumes and running a timed mile in Death Valley on the hottest day of the year. They call it the “Darth Valley Challenge” and temperatures can be as high as 129°F/54°C.