Saturday, May 25, 2013

Suzuki's Fuel Cell Scooter Gets Mass-Production Approval...

... but should you want one? 

By Guy Procter
Suzuki's hydrogen-powered Burgman scooter has become the first fuel-cell vehicle to get European Whole Vehicle Type Approval ­- a license to start mass production. Hydrogen power might be a technological cul-de-sac but various governments, including our own, are determined to make it as long a one as Brookside. Hydrogen fuelling stations are being incentivised into existence from London out, and Suzuki looks set to be the first bike manufacturer to make hay.

Friday, May 24, 2013

Top 7 Biggest Dinosaurs

Identifying the biggest dinosaurs that ever lived isn't as easy a task as you might think: sure, these giant beasts left giant fossils, but it's very rare to unearth a complete skeleton (tiny, bite-sized dinosaurs tend to fossilize all at once, but lumbering giants like Argentinosaurus can often only be identified by a single, massive neckbone). Here are the 7 winners, according to the current state of paleontological research.

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Nissan Esflow 2013

The Nissan is working on a new sports car, it should be a roadster, you should be able to compete with the Mazda MX-5. According to rumors from abroad the Japanese automaker would have to work for a long time on this product, which could be based on Nissan’s concept car Esflow and that could be based on Nissan GT-R.

Top 10 Theories For Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle is a geographic area with it's points being at Miami, Florida, the island of Bermuda, and San Juan Puerto Rico.  In this area, over the course of time, many different aircraft and boats have mysteriously disappeared without a trace, leading many to believe that the triangle has something unusual about it that is swallowing up people, planes, and boats. All of these incidences have relatively similar aspects in that they don't show up later as wreckage, and that in the cases of the aircraft, there was never any oil slicks found on the ocean, which are common indicators of where a crash took place for sea crashes.  There are also a number of wrecks that have taken place that have been accounted for, and were the cause of natural calamities or human error.  It depends largely on what you're willing to believe.
Here are the top ten theories that attempt to explain the mystery behind the Bermuda Triangle.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Top 10 Epically Failed Newspaper Headlines

This funny article will shamelessly expose absurdities that have been printed in newspapers throughout the U.S.  Do you want to have some fun yourself, join the fun and find more of those. Meanwhile, read our top 10 hilarious  newspaper headlines.

Dangerous And Deadly Sea Creatures

Striped Surgeonfish
The striped surgeonfish is an attractive Indo-Pacific reef fish that’s best handled with care because its caudal spine is venomous. Scientists believe that the world’s seas hold some 1,200 different venomous fish species and estimate that they injure about 50,000 people per year. But fish venoms can also bring great benefit - they are useful in the development of new drugs.

Smallest Animals In The World

World’s Smallest Dog:12.4 cm (4.9-inch) tall
At 1.4 pounds and 4.9 inches tall, Ducky, a yappy short-coat Chihuahua from Charlton (Massachusetts, USA), holds the Guinness World Record for the world's smallest living dog (by height). Ducky succeeds Danka Kordak of Slovakia, a Chihuahua who measured 5.4 inches tall. The smallest dog ever, according to Guinness, was a dwarf Yorkshire terrier who stood 2.8 inches tall.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Cars Like Animals

In this post we would like to show you a selection of cars that look like animals or characters well known not only to adults but also to children. Take a look at the car-koala, the car-snail and many more....

I'm Stuck, Please Help!

The people in the new gallery below are really stuck, we should go help them! This doesn’t mean we cannot smile a little at these funny and interesting pics!

Monday, May 20, 2013

15 Astonishing Facts

Some of the facts are weird, others are unbelievable; but all are astonishing and worth a bit of time for us to read. Let's go through and read these facts....

Some Of The Most Bizarre Experiments In History

These are Josef Mengele stuff that made me feel sick. Horrified. Along with the poor monkey who’s head was reattached to another body. Thank God it died shortly after. How awful to survive that. Also, there are many different experiments people did through the history. While researching “mad scientist’s” lab it made me think of people who did this. What was it, a pure scientific curiosity or something else? Some of the experiments I can comprehend and somehow justify. If an experiment on poor dog will help in saving many people I will support, but some of the experiments makes you wonder. Why the hell would someone do this?
These are just the experiments we know about. Who knows what other Nazi torture stuff has been done. Car companies used to use dogs and pigs as crash test dummies until PETA got involved and petitioned. Can you imagine how many experiments there were done which never reached the scientific fame.

Is This Guy Lucky Or What?

The cap on an acetylene tank left in his FJ Cruiser managed to come loose before he parked his truck in the garage for the night. Fumes slowly filled the vehicle throughout the night. When he entered the truck in the morning and smelled the fumes he started the vehicle and drove it outside to air it out with the doors open. However, the second he hit the button to put the passenger side windows down the car exploded. Miraculously, he escaped with only the loss of hearing in his right ear and a minor scratch on his head. Needless to say, his life is the best Christmas present he has ever received.

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Silver Surfer Actor Bernard Behrens Dies At 85

by Ethan Minovitz

British-born Cana­dian the­atre, TV and film actor Bernard “Bunny” Behrens, the voice of Nietre in the Mar­vel Enterprises/Saban Enter­tain­ment series Sil­ver Surfer, died Sep­tem­ber 19, 2012, in Perth, Ontario, just shy of his 86th birthday. Sil­ver Surfer aired on FOX in the United States and Tele­toon in Canada. Har­lan Elli­son was one of its writers. Behrens also pro­vided addi­tional voices in 1981’s Smurfs.

Conceal / Invisible Bookshelf

Cool, simple and innovative idea, the "conceal book shelf" consists of a book that is actually supporting a shelf for books. The illusion is guaranteed, the books resting on the shelf, will look like they e floating on air. It holds up to 15 pounds of books, all hardware included. You can buy the Invisible Bookshelf in Europe via

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