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Name: Albino
Date registered: April 15, 2013

Latest posts

  1. The Stuff of Nightmares — March 22, 2015
  2. New Japanese Compact Car? — September 5, 2013
  3. Even Villains Need Some Time Off — June 11, 2013
  4. Origami You’ll Never Be Able To Do — June 11, 2013
  5. The Ultimate Upgrade — June 11, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. Mmmmmm…..Cameltoes. Not What You Think. — 3 comments
  2. Even Villains Need Some Time Off — 3 comments
  3. Faith In Humanity Restored: Soccer Triumph — 2 comments
  4. The Science of Bubbles — 1 comment
  5. Periodic Table For The Ages — 1 comment

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Mar 22 2015

The Stuff of Nightmares

Well, time travel to the past just became an even worse idea. Researchers found fossilized bones of this freaky-ass, upright-walking crocodile. Yes, you read that correctly. Now called Carnufex carolinensis, the crocodile ancestor likely walked on its hind legs, preying on armored reptiles and early mammal relatives in its ecosystem, the researchers say. Carnufex carolinensis, Latin …

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Sep 05 2013

New Japanese Compact Car?

  I’ll admit it. The title of this post is somewhat misleading, but just a little. Let’s go on a journey together, just for a sec. You’re driving your car along, minding what is hopefully your own business. Out of nowhere (well, the side of the hill) a boulder the size of a house comes …

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Jun 11 2013

Even Villains Need Some Time Off

Nobody likes a villain. The most likely cause of this is because they are so freaking bad so freaking much. But, if you think about it, I’m sure they all enjoy a little normal time here and there. Kiersten Essenpreis captures this perfectly, showing villains doing every day, normal things like getting a drink, skateboarding, …

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Jun 11 2013

Origami You’ll Never Be Able To Do

Art and I have never gotten along. Ever. This is why paper art like this completely blows my brain into about 43 pieces. Nguyễn Hùng Cường (pronunciation guide already requested) of Vietnam is one of these paper artists. He’s been folding paper into pieces of art since he was five or six (around the time I …

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Jun 11 2013

The Ultimate Upgrade

Behold, at last is an automobile fit for the geek. This Honda Civic comes equipped with the most amazing engine cover you can imagine. That’s right my friends, an old-school NES controller, complete with the Konami Code as well. That means that if you are in traffic, your car will turn into a tank bulldozer …

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Jun 10 2013

No Need For Travel Agents

MUTI From Cape Town, South Africa has just release some of the best travel posters ever. They are advertising famous places from books and movies. Peter Pan and Lord of the Rings are a couple that get the makeover with these amazing posters. Right now there is only four of them, but I want to …

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Jun 10 2013

Bear Necessities

This is the coolest bear that I have ever seen. No joke. It’s been trained to do tricks better than your dog. “I don’t have a dog, it got eaten by a bear.” Well, this is awkward. Hopefully this bear doesn’t reproduce though, because it will make a generation of mutated beasts that can do …

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Jun 07 2013

Star Wars Period Table: Episodes 1 – 3

We wrote about Etckt a little while ago making a periodic table for Star Wars episodes 4 – 7. Now they are at it again, but this time for episodes 1 – 3. What is that you ask? Why would they think of doing that? If we continue on this track, then with the release of Disney’s Star …

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Jun 06 2013

Now We Just Need A Klingon

We’ve talked about him in the past and we will likely talk about him in the future. Tony Swatton is the Chuck Norris of blacksmiths. He made Gimli’s Battle Axe that Side Effect posted not too long ago. Now he is at it again, but this time making stuff from a different Universe. This is …

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Jun 06 2013

Dragondog: Its Breath Kills You Before The Heat Does

This is real guys. Some brave soul took this picture, very likely before they were crispified in a very unfriendly and painful way. Surprisingly, no scientists have come out with any statement of how big this is for the biology world. I mean, here is a frakking dragon right in someone’s backyard and not a …

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