World's Largest Container Ship Has Four Football Fields Of Deck Space

Samsung might be making waves at Mobile World Congress with the new Galaxy S6, but that’s nothing compared to the waves that will be produced by what the company’s Heavy Industries division is working on. It recently announced that it will be building the world’s largest container ship, about 400m long, for Japan’s Mitsui OSK Lines.


The Gorilla Who Punched That Photographer Wasn't Drunk

Remember the photo of a “drunk” gorilla that went viral a couple of weeks back? The one that punched a photographer and gave the internet an opportunity to make endless jokes about the gorilla uprising? Turns out, the gorilla wasn’t actually drunk. At least if you believe “scientists” who “know stuff” about “biology”.


The First Official Shots Of That Unbelievable Iron Man Hulkbuster Figure

Hot Toys is well known for its line of unbelievably-detailed action figures that are often hard to distinguish from the actual characters seen on-screen. And now we finally have the first official shots of its upcoming 21-inch tall Iron Man Hulkbuster figure from Avengers: Age of Ultron. If anyone needed further proof that Hot Toys’ artists and sculptors were masters at what they do, here’s exhibit-A.


What Would Happen To NYC If A Nuke Exploded Over Manhattan

No question, an 800-kiloton nuclear warhead detonated over midtown Manhattan would destroy the city. But the warhead’s sheer power is hard to fully grasp: roads so hot it’s impossible to drive for days, superheated hurricane-force winds, and 260 square kilometres of fire.


Watch A Flock Of Paper Cranes Dancing Using Electricity

Video: Japanese creative group Ugoita spices up traditional origami crane figures by adding electromagnets to their feet. The paper cranes stand on a board where the electric currents are applied to make them move and dance like the most awesome boy band I’ve ever seen.


The Clearest Aerial Shots Of The Himalayas Ever

Equipped with the most-advanced gyro stabilised camera in the world, the team at Teton Gravity Research flew from Kathmandu to Mount Everest, capturing the first ultra HD footage ever shot above 6000m. I’ve never seen these mountains look so beautiful.


The Perfect Potholder For Crossword-Loving Chefs

If you’re up to the challenge of trying to cook for others, there’s a good chance you welcome all kinds of challenges. And for chefs who love to tackle words and riddles as much as they do a demi-glace, this $US19 crossword puzzle Subtext trivet is a perfect addition to their kitchen.


You Can Customise The Level Of Gore Detail On This Jaws Shark Bust

It wasn’t until Star Wars stormed through theatres in 1977 that blockbuster movies came with toys and collectibles in tow. And since Jaws was released two years earlier, there has never really been a decent amount of shark-themed collectibles available for the film. At least until Shark City Ozark created this wonderfully detailed 1:6-scale Bruce bust. Peer deep into its jaws and you can almost see Quint down there.


Competitive Robot Fighting Downunder

Not many people realise that Australia actually has a small but active group of robot warriors. From small events in a local shed to national and international competitions, these backyard boffins do battle.


7 More Viral Photos That Are Totally Fake

Hundreds of images flash in front of our eyes each week as we navigate this strange machine we call the internet. But sometimes those images are lying to us. The following lies are culled from the bits and bytes that came through the tubes over the past few weeks.