Now, with the limited information we have, we may never know the real story. Maybe the flash drive held a picture of the flash drive itself. Maybe it was all a filthy lie in one woman’s quest for internet infamy. Maybe Kim Dotcom’s encryption methods are even more elaborate and/or delicious than anyone could have ever dreamed. Or maybe, just maybe, the stars briefly aligned as one woman’s lack of understanding met another’s overly complicated request to create the perfect storm of USB pastries. [Imgur via Twitter user Brian Harris]
This Is What Happens When Your Baker Doesn't Get Things Quite Right
Trending Stories Right Now
Even though it looks like the devil is reaching through the ground from underneath the Earth to grab a victim, you can't look away. Even though it looks like some alien tentacle snake is burning itself and trying to attack you, you can't help but stare. It's the Pharaoh's Serpent (or Black Snake firework) and it's an old science experiment that's always so, so gross to look at. The disgusting, growing mutant arm coil thing is actually just Mercury thiocyanate (Hg(SCN)2) getting lit on fire.
This new print by UK design outfit Dorothy looks like your average Macintosh cross-section schematic. But instead of web of wires and chips, there's an entire miniature world dedicated to the history and legacy of Apple and the Mac.
The mass exodus from the Fort McMurray area in Alberta has widened as bushfires continue to spread in and around the ravaged oil town. Officials have had to re-evacuate fleeing residents, while relocating its emergency headquarters some 322km south of the city.