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Hateful Eight: Guitar smashed by Kurt Russell was priceless

Daisy Domergue wasn’t the only person horrified when John Ruth smashed her guitar in <i>The Hateful Eight</i>. As it turns out, Kurt Russell was actually …

Kurt Russell

Prehistoric worm with super armor found in China

Worms today look so wimpy. How do they survive in this world? They don't have appendages to pick up blunt objects and they don't even have the strength to put up a good fight. At least if they had an Adamantium core or some kind of super armor, their survival wouldn't be such a mystery to most …

Dinosaurs

The 13 most bizarre Soviet-era buildings that are still standing today

This is especially true in the former communist countries of Europe and Central Asia, where architects of the time designed some striking and frankly absurd structures before the Soviet era came to an end towards the end of the 20th century.<p>Many of these structures survived the fall of the Berlin …

I Followed My Stolen iPhone Across The World, Became A Celebrity In China, And Found A Friend For Life

点击此处阅读中文版<p>I've broken this story up into three chapters. It should never have gone this far, but the internet works in mysterious ways. None of this …

15 major book moments missing from the 'Lord of the Rings' movies

<i>Major spoiler warnings for a 60-year-old trilogy ahead, proceed at your own risk.</i><p>Rejoice, for today is Tolkien Reading Day, an annual celebration …

Kazakhstan villagers are abruptly falling into deep sleeps and no one knows why

Over the past year and a half, about a quarter of the population of a northern Kazakhstan village has sporadically stopped what they're doing and …

New Homeowner Has To Sell House Because Of Comcast’s Incompetence, Lack Of Competition

Only months after moving into his new home in Washington state, Consumerist reader Seth is already looking to sell his house. He didn’t lose his job …

Net Neutrality

British robots glimpse inside the Fukushima nuclear plant

Japan may be obsessed with robots, but it is a British company that has solved the "impossible" problem of visualising the radiation leaks inside the crippled reactor buildings at Fukushima<p>State-of-the-art British imaging technology has been deployed at Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant to …

Fukushima

Results of largest ever genetics study of a single population could also help refine dates for major events during human evolution<p>Humans are evolving more rapidly than previously thought, according to the largest ever genetics study of a single population.<p>Scientists reached the conclusion after …

Evolution

The Most Deadly And Disgusting Liquors In Science Fiction And Fantasy

With fictional worlds come fictional alcohol. But not just alcohol that's bad for you in the usual ways — bad for you in the "this will kill you if …

28 Teeny Tiny Wild Mice

When they’re in our homes and eating our food, most consider mice to be repulsive pests. But out in their native fields and woodlands, mice are about …

Cute Animals

Womb transplant: first picture of baby born after pioneering operation

Doctors have welcomed the birth of the first baby from a transplanted womb as bringing hope to thousands of infertile women around the world<p>The parents of the first baby to be born from a transplanted womb have told of their delight at his arrival.<p>The baby boy’s birth took place in Sweden after …

This Is CG

This is your semi-regular reminder that CGI is at or beyond the point of absurdity, that everything on the Internet is fake, that there is no spoon, etc.<p>Because seriously. Look at that. <i>Look at it.</i><p>I think this is the first time I’ve watched a video like this and wandered right on past the uncanny …

Harry Potter Is Fiction, but Invisibility Cloak(ing Device)s Are Real

Hey, where'd you go?<p>University of Rochester researchers have developed — take a breath — a “three-dimensional, transmitting, continuously multidirectional cloaking” device.<p>That pileup of adjectives basically means the “perfect paraxial” cloak makes an object invisible, and it stays invisible even …

Water discovered in a small, warm exoplanet’s atmosphere for first time

Astronomers have detected water vapour in the atmosphere of a planet that orbits a star far beyond our solar system.<p>Observations of the Neptune-sized planet, which lies 120 light years from Earth in the constellation of Cygnus, revealed that its atmosphere was mostly hydrogen with around 25% made …

Deeper Smart Fishfinder Device – No More Fishing in Blind

To all fisherman out there, especially amateur, you’ll be glad to find <b>Deeper Smart Fishfinder Device</b>, it’s the first fishfinder that works on …

Scientists Have Discovered an On/Off Switch For Ageing Cells

Image: mopic/Shutterstock<p>In our bodies, our cells are constantly dividing in order to replenish our lungs, skin, liver and other organs. But most …

The Fermi Paradox

Everyone feels something when they're in a really good starry place on a really good starry night and they look up and see this:<p>Some people stick with the traditional, feeling struck by the epic beauty or blown away by the insane scale of the universe. Personally, I go for the old "existential …

The 23 Weirdest Movies and What They Really Mean

Image Credit: Libra Films<p>The normal can be boring sometimes. We have all done normal. We have all seen and heard and lived normal. What is great …

Scientists Say They've Created A Freaky New Form Of Light

It's easy to shine light <i>through</i> a crystal, but researchers at Princeton University are turning light <i>into</i> crystals--essentially creating "solid light."<p>"It's something that we have never seen before," Dr. Andrew Houck, associate professor of electrical engineering and one of the researchers, said in …

Lockheed Martin's 360-degree laser turret gets cleared for take-off

Lockheed Martin has an affinity for lasers -- that much is apparent. Not satisfied with simply having ground-based energy weapons, though, the outfit has recently tested its airplane-mounted death ray over the skies of America's High Five, Michigan. The Aero-optic Beam Control (or ABC, as its …

The $1 Million Race For The Cure To End Aging

The hypothesis is so absurd it seems as though it popped right off the pages of a science-fiction novel. Some scientists in Palo Alto are offering a $1 million prize to anyone who can end aging. “Based on the rapid rate of biomedical breakthroughs, we believe the question is not <i>if</i> we can crack the …

Martian meteorite yields more evidence of the possibility of life on Mars

The finding of a ‘cell-like’ structure, which investigators now know once held water, came about as a result of collaboration between scientists in …

The Robot Revolution Is Here, and Growing - MIT Technology Review

If you have been following technology news, you might be wondering if robots are about to take over our lives. Google in particular has made a slew …

Mind-blowing Advance? Direct Brain-to-Brain Communication Between Humans Demonstrated

In an experiment that one rival scientist dubbed a "stunt," Spanish researchers claim to be the first to have demonstrated direct brain-to-brain …

Artificial Intelligence May Doom The Human Race Within A Century, Oxford Professor Says

An Oxford philosophy professor who has studied existential threats ranging from nuclear war to superbugs says the biggest danger of all may be superintelligence.<p>Superintelligence is any intellect that outperforms human intellect in every field, and Nick Bostrom thinks its most likely form will be a …

This Great Dane ate 43 socks: it was an X-ray that revealed the truth!

This is one for the ages: a three-year-old Great Dane was rushed to a Portland emergency animal hospital recently after suddenly coming down ill. Was …

A Stunning New Map Reveals For The First Time Where Our Galaxy Fits Into The Universe

Even our galaxy is a mere speck in a larger structure, which was just revealed for the first time by a group of scientists who created a map of more than 8,000 galaxies in an effort to understand where they fit in the universe.<p>The team placed the Milky Way on the outskirts of a massive, previously …