An impostor posing as “Gangnam Style” sensation Psy became the toast of Cannes as he partied with stars, scooped up swag, danced on a French TV show and even signed a deal to be honored at a gala in Monaco, before being called out yesterday by the real rapper.
Pope Francis’s pronouncement that God has “redeemed all of us … even the atheists” Wednesday surprised both believers and nonbelievers around the world, who are used to stricter edicts from the Catholic church. It also got us wondering where the world’s atheists live.
Maho Beach, located on the Dutch side of the Caribbean islands, sounds like an ideal getaway spot for relaxation with its clear blue waters and white sand. Unlike typical beaches, however, Maho Beach is better off for adrenaline junkies and airplane lovers—it’s located close to the Princess Juliana International Airport that has a short runway of 7,150-feet.
Forget 3-D printed guns. Inside a “build party” where anyone can make a rifle that no cop will ever know about.
A recent study has shown that gamers who wage battle against human-looking characters are more likely to experience aggressive thoughts and words than those facing monstrous nonhuman targets.
Tokyo, Japan-based mother Aya Sakai has been charting the adventures of her young son and his best friend, which just happens to be a French Bulldog, using the popular photo sharing app. Whether they’re cuddling on the couch or watching tv on a cushion, the two just can’t seem to get enough of each other.
Why look at a painting of a historical figure when you can come face to face with one? Forensic facial reconstruction using scans of skeletal remains allows researchers to create 3D models of the face through a combination of science, history, and artistic interpretation.
Breaking the Guinness World Record for the “world’s largest shoe” is Italian shoe brand Superga. Unveiled in Hong Kong earlier this year at the official opening of the brand’s new flagship store, the gargantuan replica of its iconic Superga 2750 measures 20ft x 8ft x 11ft.
Google Glass is, at least currently, associated with the technologically-forward, savvy adult. Who’d have thought that it could also help us see the world from the perspective of a toddler? Here’s a video of a two-year-old, showing and telling us about the ‘world of a toddler’. It’s sure to leave you cooing in your seat: