most craziest facts
Weird Foods Mettalic Meals
. "Food Finish is food coloring in a spray can. It turns any humdrum meal into fancy dinner! It comes in a range of sparkly fun colors:Gold, Silver, Metallic Blue, Metallic Red."
Weird Foods Goemetric fruit
. These awesome fruit and veggie stills are made by Turkish artist Sakir Gockebag. Believe It or Not, none of these images have been manipulated or photo edited! Gockebag creates these striking patterns using organic produce.
Weird Foods Neurotic Brunch
. Ivo Vos is a product and interaction designer, based in London. His latest line caters towards those who prefer their catering, well, catered to. Vos' line, Brunch, is a brunch set specifically designed for those of us who like a little control with our breakfast.
Weird Foods Caffeinated Art
. Russian artist Arkady Kim recently set a new record when he created the world's largest coffee mural.It required 397lbs of coffee, 5 assistants and 12 days. Kim's dramatic mural-portrait of a woman called Awakening. All of the coffee used to create the work was donated by a Russian coffee company. The mural spans 30 square meters of Moscow's Gorky Central Park.
Weird Foods Volcanic Cooking
. This restaurant is located on top of an active volcano and is sure to get your kebabs grilling nice and crispy. Powered by a flaming inferno that reaches to a deep pit underground, chefs at El Diablo Restaurant rely on their “kitchen appliance” of choice to never break down. There is reportedly no danger of the semi-dormant volcano blowing sky high. The restaurant has been in place since the 1970?s and serves traditional Canary Islands cuisine.
Weird Foods Banana Sculptures
. Check out these unbelievable banana sculptures. The Zombie banana is especially hilarious if not creepy and there are more to be drawn.
Weird Foods Sweet Sweet Sugary Bugs
. Check out these candies from Hotlix, that boast different bug varieties. Some flavors include: Amber InsectNside (Amber Brittle), is a ribbon style toffee flavored candy with insects and fern trapped inside, Cricket Candy, Worm Candy, Butterfly Candy, Scorpions, and even chocolate covered confections with ants and crickets
Weird Foods One in a Million Red/Green Apple
. Ken Morrish of Colaton Raleigh, Devon, England was out picking apples in his garden one day when he came upon this very rare two-toned apple. Thought to be caused by a genetic mutation, the odds of finding an apple like this are a million to one!
Weird Foods That s not Ice Cream
. Can you believe It, it is Chicken! Mechanically separated chicken! Machines here pulverize chicken bones and everything else left behind after chickens are butchered to produce this pink goop! It then becomes the main ingredient in processed foods like bologna, salami, chicken nuggets and hot dogs!
Weird Foods 6 Double Yoked Eggs in One Box
. Fiona Exon recently cracked open 6 eggs from the same box, and all six had double yolks inside, and what are the odds, literally a trillion to one odds. Finding one is only one tenth of one percent.
Extreme Earth Door To Hell
. In 1971 a Soviet rig was drilling in Derweze, Turkmenistan when the geologists tapped into a cavern filled with natural gas. Before they could further drill, they needed to clear the cavern. The next logical step was to burn off the gas. The experts thought the fire would burn for a few days max, but the fire has been burning for over 40 years!
Extreme Earth Flying Chihuahua
. A 70mph gust of wind can be very powerful, particularly if you are 6lb pound pup. Little Tinker Bell joined her pet parents for a lovely Saturday morning of flea market shopping and was standing on a platform trailer when a 70mph wind whisked her away! Tinker was later found one mile away from she was blown away. Believe it or not!
Extreme Earth Rollerman
. Jean-Yves Blondeau is a rolling daredevil and also a creator of the 32-wheel roller suit known as theBuggy Rollin. Blondeau rides his wheel suit down some of the most treacherous streets in the world. His most recent stunt took him down Tianmen Mountain, in Zhangjiajie, China— a steep 6-mile road that consists of no less than 99 hairpin turns! He can reach speeds of upto 70mph.
Extreme Earth Lost in Japan found in Alaska
. A football swept away by last year's tsunami and found on a remote Alaskan island is to be returned after its teenage Japanese owner was identified. Sixteen-year-old Misaki Murakami's name was written on the ball that was swept out to sea in March 2011. He lives in the town of Rikuzen-takata, which was very badly hit by the tsunami. David Baxter found it a year later on Alaska's Middleton Island, 70 miles (112km) from the mainland.
Extreme Earth Fore
. The Carbrook Golf Club, in Brisbane, Australia, has a water hazard full of sharks. A few years ago a local river flooded and broke its banks. The sharks left their home and found new lodging at the 15th hole. Currently six,10-foot bull sharks call the course their home.
Extreme Earth The World s Deepest Bedroom
. You can sleep 508 feet underground in an underground suite in historic Sala Silvermine, one of the world's best preserved mine. Here you will see dark winding galleries, vast caverns and magic lakes. During its heyday, production amounted to more than 3 tons of silver a year, and a total of more than 400 tons of silver and about 40,000 tons of lead were extracted – completely by hand!
Extreme Earth Crooked Forest
. In a tiny corner of western Poland, in Gryfino (not far from Szczecin) a forest of about 400 pine trees grow with a 90 degree bend at the base of their trunks – all bent northward. Because of the uniformity of age of the trees, it is suspected this is a man-made curvature.
Extreme Earth Giant Sinkhole in Guatemala
. This is pretty unbelievable. After rainstorms and a broken sewer main in a small town in Guatemala, a massive sinkhole, 330 feet deep has fallen into the earth in contrast to 151 feet of the Statue of Liberty.
Extreme Earth Corpse Flower
. Amorphaphallus Titanium, this giant claims the title of the plant with the largest unbranched flower in the world. Its huge flowering structure rises over 8.2 feet above the ground! Due to its odor, which is similar to the smell of a decomposing animal, this behemoth of the plant world is also known as the “corpse flower”.
Astonishing Architecture Frozen Waterfall
. This beautiful cascading frozen waterfall picture is outside the apartment of 58-year-old Wen Hsu, in Jilin City China. The water has been diverted to run outside from Hsu's window and as a result was this frozen waterfall outside this building.
Astonishing Architecture Real Life Hobbit House
. A Hobbit lover somewhere in Pennsylvania contracted Archer & Buchanan architecture design team to make him a liveable Hobbit house! The house is Hobbit inspired, complete with the iconic round doors and arched butterfly windows.
Astonishing Architecture World s Thinnest House
. This house called the Keret House, is the thinnest ever stretching at a whopping 4 feet wide! The house squeezes itself into a small crack between two buildings in Warsaw, Poland. The home has 150 square feet of living space and fits in a bathroom, kitchen, and comfy bed!
Astonishing Architecture Plastic Clouds
. This amazing cloud jungle gym is actually a fancy-schmancy art installation. The installation comes from the unique mind of Tomás Saraceno and is being exhibited in Milan's HangarBicocca. The installation is titled On Space Time Foam and hangs 72 feet above the ground and is constructed from super-strong reinforced plastic.
Astonishing Architecture Mirror Sculptures
. Rob Mulholland's life-sized mirrored sculptures might have you doing a double take. The image bending effects of his work leaves the viewer to scrutinize his work, which coincides with his message of inner and outer reflection. Mulholland uses Perspex, a kind of acrylic glass, to create his outdoor public installations.
Astonishing Architecture Cardboard Origami Bike
. Israeli inventor Izhar Gafni likes a challenge, so when three different engineers told him it was impossible to make a working bike out of cardboard, he rose to the challenge. Gafni constructed a bike by using the principles of origami, he could make a strong, weight-bearing bike capable of carrying a rider up to 485 lbs! The bike is durable and weatherproof, it is economical and eco-friendly. The materials only cost $9 and is projected to sell f
Astonishing Architecture Austria s Upside Down House
. In the small western Austrian village of Terfens, Polish Architects, Irek Glowacki and Marek Rozhanski have unveiled a house that is literally upside down, both inside and out – It's now open as a tourist attraction. The actual house itself, including the foundation, appears to be fully turned on it's head – as opposed to those who simply place items in an otherwise normal house onto the room's ceiling.
Astonishing Architecture Tiger and Turtle Magic Mountain
. A huge towering sculpture in Duisburg, Germany, this 20-metre landmark was designed to be a focal point for the Ruhr region and stands 85 metres above sea level. The 249 steps of the 220-metre (0.14 miles) long walkway are illuminated by LED at night. Visitors can climb on the curved sculpture and walk around, taking in the surrounding views from the spiral walkways – but not at the speed usually associated with roller coasters.
Astonishing Architecture Solar Powered Mini Movie Theatre
. The Sol Cinema is a micro movie house powered entirely by the Sun. Using photovoltaicpanels to generate energy for everything, the theater seats 8 and offers a full library of comedy, quirky, music videos and short films with inspiring environment themes. Sol Cinema is based in Kent in the UK.
Astonishing Architecture Paper Horses
. Richard Sweeny is a three-dimensionalsculpturist who creates breathtaking life-sized figures. Sweeny's latest collection, Dreams of Gold, depicts horses and chariots and is being displayed inside the Lincoln Cathedral in the UK for an Olympic-inspired flower festival. The giant horses are made of paper! Sweeny first constructs a flexible wooden skeleton, then covers it with a paper skin.
Unbelievable Yet True Unbelievable Twins
. Amy and Katie just might be the most unbelievable twins ever. Although they are very healthy now, there were complications during the pregnancy which caused the sisters to be born 87 days apart! 23 weeks into the pregnancy is when complications started to arise, while the first baby was put in intensive care, 87 days later the second baby was delivered.
Unbelievable Yet True Flexible Sculptures
. Li Hongbo's sculptures will make you look twice. First glance you think they are carved from hard stone, but look again. Hongbo's sculptures are nothing more than thousand's of pieces of paper glued together! Hongbo got his inspiration from Chinese paper toys that become unique shapes when they are pulled. He brought a few of the toys home and experimented to see how they worked.
Unbelievable Yet True World s Smallest Hybrid Car Microcar
. The Peel P45 the world's smallest ever road-legal production car. A takeoff on the Peel P50 which is a bigger version, the P45 has the drivetrain of a four-wheel all-terrain vehicle, with a helmet for a roof, a visor for a windshield, and no side doors but all the turn signals, lights, and license plates needed to make it street-legal in the United Kingdom.
Unbelievable Yet True Ostrich Pillow
. The Ostrich Pillow is made for portable napping. At work, in class, in the library, waiting for your flight, the Ostrich Pillow will allow you to nap comfortably. The pillow offers a micro environment in which you can take a warm and comfortable power nap at ease.
Unbelievable Yet True One in 20 Million Shot
. Montalvo, a former undercover federal agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) shares his rare yet one in a 20 million shot incident. During an encounter with a drug suspect, Montalvo came under fire. The suspect, 23-year-old William Morales, was in a car when he opened fire on Montalvo. Montalvo had fired his weapon just a fraction of a second before Morales had. Morales' bullet went into Montalvo's barrrel as the
Unbelievable Yet True Pen Art
. Samuel Silva is a 29-year-old from Portugal. He draws photographic quality images using everyday Bic ballpoint pens. Perhaps the most unbelievable part of this story is that this guy is a lawyer! He makes amazing drawings in his free time.
Unbelievable Yet True Real Interactive Art
. At 2012 Magic Art special exhibition in the city of Hangzhou, China, 15 South Korean artists have contributed to the exhibition. They use a projection technique called anamorphosis.If drawn with the proper distortion, the anamorphis creates an illusion of three dimensions. When viewed at just the right angle, it looks like you can jump right into the image.
Unbelievable Yet True The Wildest Zoo
. The zoo in the Outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina is one fascinating zoo since 1994 indeed. Visitors of the Lujan Zoo can do so much more than just admire the animals from afar, but if they feel brave enough, they can ride the backs of lions or hand-feed bears and cheetahs. Zoo keepers are so confident of their animal's behaviors and the environment is so safe that they even allow small children in too! The key is that animal trainers start wor
Unbelievable Yet True The Incredible One Man Band
. Arthur Van Poppel is better known as “The Music Artist” with more than thirty years of experience he brings sparkling entertainment and music for all ages. What makes Mr. Van Poppel unique are his inventions. With precise timing and accompaniment they serve him as his full blown band.
Unbelievable Yet True Canned Air
. Kirill Rudenko has taken a cue from the bottled water industry. Why breathe air for free when you can pay $10 bucks for a 12oz can of not-so-fresh city air? Rudenko is a Prague-based photographer who is trying to sell proverbial Ice to an Eskimo–he is selling canned air. With flavors like Paris, Prague, Berlin, New York, Singapore, and Riga, the stuff, “relieves stress, cures homesickness? and helps fighting nostalgia. It is made by careful hands
Crazy Animals Doggie Service
. Eddie is a black lab mix that ADORES his brother Milo. Without Milo, Eddie wouldn't be able to get around. Eddie started having issues with his sight and went blind about a year ago.Milo and Eddie have a very strong bond. Before Eddie went blind, he and Milo were the best of puppy friends, romping it up in the woods, playing fetch, chasing after toys, when Eddie went blind, Milo stepped up to the task of guiding Eddie without any training. Milo a
Crazy Animals Dolphin Lifeguards
. Turbo is one lucky Doberman. He was stranded in a canal for over 15 hours before a pod of dolphins came to his rescue. Fell in a nerby canal, there was a loud commotion which turned out to be the dolphins who were assisting Turbo. A neighbor saw the whole incident and reported that without the dolphins, the dog wouldn't have survived.
Crazy Animals Christmas Island Red Crab
. It is estimated over 120 million crabs live on Christmas Island, which is in the middle of the Indian Ocean, near Australia.In December the millions of crabs come out of hiding and they make their way toward the ocean for their annual migration. Not all crabs live near the ocean, which means millions have to travel through the town to get there. They cross roads, lawns, driveways, the jungle, down cliffs, and even cut through houses to get to the
Crazy Animals Wonder Pup
. A pup, named “Xiao Sa” ('Little Sa') covered 1,138 miles and climbed 10 mountains higher than 13,000 feet on paw alongside a cycling crew. A student, Mr Heng, in Wuhan, Hubei province, had decided to cycle to Llasa, Tibet from Kangding in the Sichuan province as a graduation trip with friends when he met the lonely dog. The cycling crew had fed her when they found her on the roadside, in return the dog kept going till the end of the journey where
Crazy Animals Bird Buggy
. Andrew Gray loves his parrot, Pepper. He consider Pepper to be one of the family. Like most family members, Pepper has his quirks. Andrew noticed that whenever Pepper was allowed to roam the house, he never spoke. But, that didn't mean his little bird pooper was shut off! To save his floors, Andrew came up with an ingenious idea. He constructed Bird Buggy, an open-loop, two wheel drive, tri-cycle platform powered by a 12v battery and controlled
Crazy Animals World s Biggest Bunny
. Darius is one big bunny, wieghing about 49lbs and standing at a height of 4ft 3in from nose to tail, he is the biggest bunny. The rabbit is insured for $1.6 Million and and also has an agent. Believe it or not, he is just 2 years old.
Crazy Animals Skydiving Dog
. A 10 year old pug, from California named Otis is one braveheart. His owner, Will DeSilva who initiated Otis into the sport as a puppy, has been skydiving for nine years. Together, they have had over 60 jumps! Otis sees the sport as an extreme version of sticking his head out a moving car's window. Otis is living his ultimate dream.
Crazy Animals Zack the Zebra
. Ever heard a Zebra doing jumps, or giving a ride. Well this zebra sure does. Zack is a 6 year old zebra that rides western, english or bareback and also follows other commands. He is one rare zebra.
Crazy Animals Miniature Giraffes
. These small animals, or popularly known as Petite Lap Giraffes are available on Sokoblovsky Farms. These giraffes are about 4.5 kgs in weight and are about 15cm to 75cm tall. Their diet is nothing but distilled water and tree leaves.
Crazy Animals Camel Festival
. Every year the northern Indian city of Bikaner, Rajasthan, holds what looks to be a pretty unique state of affairs with camels – a full fledged Camel Festival! Thousands of excited tourists and local people cheer this man and beast affair organized especially, for promoting the camel breeders of the region and to revive the age old traditions of taming and training camels. Awards are given for the best decorated camels, camel milking and also the
Strange Places and Customs Motorcycle Temple
. In Rajasthan, a state in India, there is a temple dedicated to the worship of a motorcycle. Any traveler that passes through the town stops by to pay their respects. In 1991 Om Banaji, also known as Om Banna, was riding his beloved Bullet motorcycle when he crashed and had a fateful accident. The police took the motorcycle, but the next morning the bike was found on the spot of the accident. Police confiscated the bike again, but same story. New
Strange Places and Customs Ambulance Taxis
. The super-rich in Russia feel that they should be afforded the same driving privileges as emergency workers driving people who were just in catastrophic accidents. Thus “ambulance taxis” cropped up in Moscow. Comparable to five-star limos, Moscow residents pay up to $200 an hour to ride in the deluxe ambulances and blow through traffic lights.
Strange Places and Customs Toilet Theme Park
. South Korea has a new theme park sure to delight tourists and locals alike. The Toilet Theme Park is a theme park devoted to the commode! The park honors the former mayor of Suwon, Sim Jae Duck, a.k.a. Mr. Toilet. Sim Jae Duck was born in his grandmother's toilet. Rather than be embarrassed by his arrival into the world, Mr. Toilet embraced his legacy and devoted his life public sanitation and the illustrious latrine. Inside the building is an e
Strange Places and Customs Coffin Therapy
. A Ukrainian coffin maker has found a new way for people to come to terms with the end of their life. Instead of fearing the coffin, just embrace it! Stepan Piryanyk has set up a room where clients can rest in his coffins! So far his clients describe the therapy as “relaxing.” After a hard working day you can come in and just relax — it's great. You go home in a completely different mood.
Strange Places and Customs Robot Restaurant
. Tokyo has a new eatery in town: the Robot Restaurant.Robots are not cooking meals and serving dishes. Robots are putting on a show. The theme for the robot show is 'Fighting Females'. Each performance is about an hour long. Halfway through the show is intermission where dinners is served fed in a bento box dinner.
Strange Places and Customs Foiled Again
. Kristen McKenna like most women she probably wanted a little sparkle and glitz for her 39th birthday. She was most likely hoping that would take place in the form of jewelery, not a tinfoil office. As a practical joke for her birthday, her co-workers wrapped every inch of her office with aluminum foil. The desk, chair, printer, file cabinet, phone, pencils, and pens took about two hours and two rolls to drape in the malleable material.
Strange Places and Customs Swamp Soccer
. As the name suggests Swamp Soccer, this game is played in a swamp. Originated in Finland in the late 1990?s and has since been embraced by many countries such as the U.K., Russia, Iceland, Ireland, Switzerland, Brazil, and now China. Players compete in the Swamp Soccer World Championships, held outside the National Stadium in Beijing wth full regulations as per the game.
Strange Places and Customs Kung Fu Fighting
. An incredible display of Chinese martial arts took place in Henan, China.10,000 Kung fu students gathered for the country's Cultural Heritage Day to perform an extraordinarily synchronized show. Cultural Heritage day was established by the government six years ago and is intended to promote the protection of the country's rich cultural resources. The day honors China's boat-loads of cultural treasures. The country has 2,359 historic sites and alm
Strange Places and Customs Cave Homes
. China's Shaanxi province, where the region's porous soil is particularly well-suited for easy digging is where the majority of these 'cave dwellers' or 'cavemen' live. It may sound funny or insulting calling someone a caveman/cavewoman in the 21st century but when you consider that most of these underground, burrowed dwellings have all the facilities of modern homes, perhaps in China it shouldn't be taken as an insult. The caves, or yaodong in Ch
Strange Places and Customs Indian Holy Man Amar Bharati
. Sadhu Amar Bharati is an Indian holy man who claims that he has had his right hand raised in the air since 1973. 38 years later, his hand is just a useless piece of skin and bone with thick and twisted nails. Sources claim Amar Bharati felt disillusioned by all the fighting going on in the world, and decided to raise his right arm for peace.A respected Sadhu at the Kumbh Mela, in Haridwar, Amar has inspired other Sadhus to raise their arms for pe
Extraordinary Science Benjamin Button Jellyfish
. We have already seen a Benjamin Button onscreen. This Benjamin Button is a little different, this is a Jellyfish. The Turriptosis Jellyfish is one amazing of a kind. The jellyfish has an ability to age in reverse. The jellyfish will age to maturity, where it will go through a process called “transdifferentiation” and will start reversing, growing younger until it reaches its earliest stage of development, then start its life cycle all over again.
Extraordinary Science Human Tails
. A company called Taily has developed a small imitation of tails for humans. The concept is quite simple, Taily is a heart rate monitor belt with a small tail attached at its end. So as soon as the heart rate spikes, believe it or not the tail starts to wag.
Extraordinary Science Eye Screens
. Ghent University of Belgium has developed a new contact lens that is actually a curved LCD display! The lenses will be able to display anything that you normally see on LCD screens, like smartphone messages, directions, movies, etc. These lenses are developed by the Centre for Microsystems Technology at the University.
Extraordinary Science World s First Hybrid Tank
. Ever thought of a fuel efficient Tank, think of the Ground Combat Vehicle, desgined by BAE Systems. This 84-ton GCV will be heavier than the battle tanks which the army currently uses. BAE says the hybrid system will trim fuel and maintenance costs so much that costs over the life of the tank will be lower. Believe it or not the GCV can reach upto speeds of 20mph while carrying 12 people.
Extraordinary Science Human vs Robot
. Ever wondered of playing Rock-paper-scissor against a robot. Ishikawa Oku Laboratory at the University of Tokyo has been able to create a robot that will accurately predict and consistently beat humans at rock, paper, scissors – 100% of the time! Armed with a high speed vision camera, the image relays to the robot and unfailing tracks your hand movement and beats you every time. No doubt the robot is cheating, but its more than just a toy.
Extraordinary Science Paper Airplane
. Yet another remakarkable story at the Prima Air and Space Museum, which made history by by flying the largest paper airplane ever built. Weighing in at a hefty 800-pounds and spanning the length of almost 5 car lengths (45 feet) “Arturo's Desert Eagle” was named after the 12-year-old who recently won a paper airplane competition. When the plane took flight for 6 seconds it was at 98 mph and at 2,700 feet before it landed on earth.
Extraordinary Science Robot Waiters
. The Hajime restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand has made headlines worldwide as the food joint with robot waiters! The machines are made by Motoman Japan, and never wear down. At costing of about $1 Million the restaurant has seen incredible success with their samurai-dressed robots that move back and forth on tracks and serve customers dishes made by human cooks.
Extraordinary Science Pen in your stomach
. According to British Journal, an unidentified 76-year-old woman had a pen stuck inside her stomach for the past 25 years. The pen was found on a CT scan when the patient came to the hospital complaining of weight loss and diarrhea. The woman had accidentally swallowed the pen and has remained there for two decades. Believe it or not!
Extraordinary Science UV Light to Heal Scratches
. A special polymer has been developed at Case Western Reserve, that changes its structure when exposed to UV light. This polymer is made up of lots of tiny molecular chains that are held together with a glue of metallic ions.The metallic ions stop acting like a glue upon use of a UV light, and the chains separate into a liquid that fills in any cracks. Believe it or not, the process happens so fast that it will be good as new in about 30 seconds.
Extraordinary Science Glowing Dog
. Believe it or not, but South Korean Scientists have achieved yet another remarkable feat, a glowing beagle. According to sources Tegon, the glowing, two-year-old beagle, glows fluorescent green under ultraviolet light when a particular drug is added to her food. By creating this marvel, it means South Koreans have added one more to their already long list of genetically modified dogs.