Tuesday, June 29, 2010

A Chinese Married His Dead Girlfriend

A 26-year-old Chinese man Zhuang Huagui has married his dead girlfriend Hu Zhao, 21, who was murdered 8 days ago. The couple originally planned to get married on February 4, but on January 28, one week before their wedding, the girl was stabbed to death by two break-in thieves. With all the pain, lost and love, the man still decided to marry his dead girlfriend. More images after the break...

Thursday, June 24, 2010

World's Longest Art Museum Metro Underground

The world’s longest Art Museum – the Stockholm Metro, called "the world’s longest underground art gallery". The Stockholm subway built in the 1940s, at that time, how to decorate each subway station was the question that the people was thinking, and later decided to let a hundred artists with their own style and art concept to decorate platform. The subway is total length of 108 km, each station is crafted work of art. Stockholm Metro (Stockholmstunnelba na) is the Stockholm Metro system, there are three main lines, 100 stations, where underground 47 stations, ground 53 stations. Several stations of the Stockholm Metro are broached in the rock.
Stockholm – the capital and largest city of Sweden; located in southern Sweden on the Baltic; "the Nobel Prize is awarded in Stockholm"

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Vodka With Snake's Blood

It was the bark of poison, and therefore that’s what … Blood poured into a plate of ginger. Then, add the ice … .. And vodka. Bon Appetit!

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Orange Charging Wellies

With the Glastonbury Music Festival drawing near, Orange decided it was time to present their latest eco-invention, a pair of wellies that can charge up mobile phones.
Created in collaboration with renewable energy experts GotWind, these charging wellies have a ‘energy generating sole’ that transform the heat from your feet, into electricity. All you have to do is attach your mobile phone to one of the wellies, and start walking.
It sounds like revolutionary technology, and it is, but you’ll need to do a lot of walking to create enough energy. For example, for one hour of charge time, you have to walk for about 12 hours, in the wonder wellies. But you can speed things up by running, or dancing. The idea is to get your feet as hot as possible, to produce more energy.
The charging wellies, made by Orange, will be presented at the upcoming Glastonbury Festival.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Unusual Fashion Xbox 360

Here are the unusual modification of Xbox 360.

Unique Miniature City Housing Estate N - An Eccentric World Built Of Card Board

“Abandoned Housing Estate Number N” is a unique miniature city, made entirely from corrugated cardboard.
So far I’ve seen a city made of toothpicks, another one made of staples, but this is the first cardboard city, for me. Created by a Japanese artist whose name eludes me, Housing Estate Number N is an ever-growing project that started back in 2001. The paradox of this art installation is that although it’s mostly abandoned, it keeps growing and evolving, with each passing day.
Some of the rooms in the estate are lit and completely furnished, while others are dark and empty. There are even some eerie characters that look like haunting spirits. Though pretty bizarre, Housing Estate N is an inspiring project that will keep growing as long as its creator desires it.

Friday, June 18, 2010

Amazing Bridge Made of Grass

I never would have thought that the grass can construct a normal suspension bridge. I always thought that this will only fit ropes. The bridge is located in Peru, its length 37 meters, made of grass called Qoya. Only minutes - the fragility, each year local residents build a new one.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Training of Young Rembos in Russia

In Sengileevskoye village not far from Stavropol city, former servicemen settled a military camp for boys. Now in the camp are thirty boys aged 10-18 who learn foundations of martial art and how to handle a weapon.
A pupil of the camp has burnt in the sun and is spreading sour cream over his face.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Teen Took The Leap Of His Life

A teenage boy in Maui, Hawaii jumps from a bridge into the river but misses it and lands on to rocks… But, could he cheat death?
These photos show that yes, he cheated death, this time…
He jumped from 40ft, landed on the rocks and survived. He only got a broken wrist.
He was very lucky…

Monday, June 14, 2010

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Chinese Farmer Opened the War Against the Developers

Yang Youde defend their land by an improvised weapon. The Government wants to forge his land, but he resists

Thursday, June 03, 2010

Bizarre Chicken Killing in Alaska

In Fairbanks Alaska a circle of chickens has been discovered arranged in a circle with their heads cut off. The macabre collection of chickens seems to be either a warning of some sort of another form of strange ritual. As the police sort through the possibilities, some who have studied the occult turn to their bookshelves in an attempt to make sense of this perplexing and shocking mystery.

The number of dead chickens was 26, and they were arranged in a circle while three chickens were left alive. The dead chickens were decapitated but no additional mutilation had taken place. Some sources indicate that the number 26 does not in itself bear any real significance in occult circles, except that it is twice thirteen although this in itself makes little sense for a

Concentrate On The Table Tennis Ball‏

Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Hoax Claim Retracted on Canada UFO

An object spotted on the 21st over Western Canada and photographed as a mysterious and disappearing flying light has been the source of a great deal of attention among several in the paranormal community. After the Norway Spiral and the Moscow Mystery cloud spotted late last year and early this year, it's been one of the most eventful UFO cases since it was seen before it was declared a hoax by one individual named Kevin Martin. But now Martin claims his hoax was in itself a hoax, and that the object is an unexplainable incident.

The object was seen moving in and then appeared to fly off before disappearing

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Fully Loaded Indonesian Railways

Oil Slowly Reaches Lousiana's Marshes

It has been over a month since the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. It flows into the Gulf of Mexico slowy reaching Louisiana’s marshes. Over 60 miles of Louisiana’s shoreline have been oiled already.