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A New Swiss Cafe Will Offer Coffee, Blowjobs

It gives a whole new meaning to dirty chai.<p>The market for ultra-niche coffee shops is officially getting out of hand. Because if you thought the cat café concept was ridiculous, you're not going to believe this next one slated to open in Geneva.<p>Switzerland's The Local reports that a firm in Geneva …

Why city centre airports will never be safe from terrorism

Three months ago Brussels Zaventem Airport was targeted by suicidal terrorists. They arrived by taxi and entered the terminal building unchallenged, pushing their explosive devices into the check-in hall on trolleys.<p>Brussels Airport attack map<p>They recognised that aviation could be targeted without …

Aviation

Rome shows off cleaned up Colosseum | Reuters

ROME (Reuters) - Rome’s Colosseum was visibly cleaner on Friday as Italy showed off the latest phase of restoration of one of its most famous landmarks.<p>Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, speaking on a stage in the amphitheatre built to host gladiatorial contests nearly 2,000 years ago, hailed the mammoth …

Big In Japan: A Mighty XL500 from Deus Tokyo

The Honda XL500 has achieved near-legendary status. Its front wheel is a ridiculous 23 inches, and it’s far too heavy for serious competition—but the engine is bulletproof and lives up to the old ‘stump-pulling grunt’ cliché.<p>The guys at Deus Japan are fans of the XL500. So when they were looking …

These NASA Posters Are Just Too Good

June 22, 2016<p>What do you want to be when you grow up? For those of you who aren’t sure, Nasa has whipped up some gorgeous propaganda to help you make …

The Caribbean is making a mysterious sound so loud that it can be 'heard' from space

The ocean's a noisy place, but under the regular din of marine life and ship traffic, scientists have detected a strange, much louder sound coming from the Caribbean Sea.<p>It's too low to be heard by human ears, but the whistle-like noise is so powerful that researchers have been able to pick up its …