Down N' Out, a restaurant in Sydney, Australia, run by a group called Hashtag Burgers, have debuted three Pokemon-themed burgers. Starting this week, Pokemon fanatics will be served either a Pikachu, Charmander or Bulbasaur burger when they order a Pokeburger from the restaurant. "The burgers' flavors have been designed to match each Pokemon's look and personality. Charmander is a bit spicy and has orange lava cheese. Pikachu we wanted to be a bit silly. It's a classic burger with a twist. The restaurant has stuffed it with Tiger Fries, french fries covered in cheese, onions and a Thousand Island-style spread," said Ben Kagan, creative director for Hashtag Burgers, to CNBC. Continue reading for more interesting photos from around the web.
Jim Templeton, a firefighter from Carlisle, Cumberland, in England, took his wife, Annie, and his daughters, Elizabeth and Francis, to Burgh Marsh on May 23, 1964. Since Templeton was an amateur photographer, he wanted to take capture a photo of Elizabeth's new dress with a Kodak SLR. One of the resulting photographs depicted a strangely dressed person in the background. He insists that no one was in the background that day when he snapped the photo. The photo was then sent to the Carlisle Police who hired photographic experts to study it. Finally, Kodak got a hold of the camera and photo negative to look for any defects. They found nothing wrong, and even offered a reward, which went unclaimed, of free film for a year to anyone that could adequately solve the mystery. Continue reading for more bizarre photographs that can't be explained.
Could Earth have rings? Certainly, especially if a small moon were to get hit by an asteroid or comet, shattering it, thus impacting Earth itself to create rings. We know that Saturn's rings are made of ice, the Earth's distance from the Sun, small ice particles would quickly be destroyed by sunlight. So, Earthrings would probably be made of rock, and as illustrator Kevin Gill shows, they would look different if you were seeing sunlight reflected off them versus seeing the Sun through them. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
There are a total of four weapons stations between the two internal bays of the F-35. Two of these can carry air-to-surface missiles up to 2,000-pounds in A and C models, or two bombs up to 1,000-pounds in the B model; the other two stations are for smaller weapons such as air-to-air missiles. The weapon bays can carry AIM-120 AMRAAM, AIM-132 ASRAAM, the Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM), Paveway series of bombs, the Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW), Brimstone anti-tank missiles, and cluster munitions (Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser). Continue reading for more fascinating pictures from around the web.
File these under: FAILS. You'd think that road workers would just call a tow truck in to move an illegally parked car, but instead, they decided to paint the yellow lines directly over the vehicle. This may look like sweet revenge at first, but the city will probably just have to repaint everything again once the SUV is moved. That is just one of the many people who failed miserably at their one job. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus images.
For those who don't know, Space Mountain is basically a space-themed indoor steel roller coaster in Tomorrowland at Disneyland in California. It first opened on May 27, 1977, and was the second roller coaster built at Disneyland - the second of the five versions of Space Mountain built by The Walt Disney Company. In addition to being transformed into Ghost Galaxy for Halloween, sometimes visitors are treated to a lights-on version of the ride, as the video and images above show. Continue reading for more interesting pictures from around the web.
In case of zombie apocalypse, you'll want to have a Motoped Survival Bike. In addition to being able to travel up to 400-miles without refueling, thanks to extra Rotopax storage tanks, it comes equipped with either 45cc or 125cc engines, forged aluminum crank arms, a DNM adjustable front / rear suspension, and extra rugged 24" / 26" wheels with a dual wall design, perfect for going off-road. Unfortunately, pricing starts at $3,200. Continue reading for more cool pictures from around the web.
Unless your plan is to only use golf balls once, this camouflaged design probably isn't the smartest for anyone who doesn't constantly hit holes in one. Now if trick shots are your thing, these camouflaged balls are a definite no no. Unfortunately (or fortunately), that is just one of the many strange design FAILS we've rounded up for you today. Others include: a useless office window, poor drain placement, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.
Sure, not everyone has a modified microwave oven transformer to play around with, but this person just so happened to have just that, and shows us what 1,000 amps of electricity can do to a nail. With that said, a industrial electric arc furnaces (EAF) can heat things up to 1,800° C, while laboratory units can exceed 3,000° C, enabling steel to be made from a 100% scrap metal feedstock. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
You could either ride a jet ski, boat, or cruise around on the Renegade IQ. This personal hovercraft is powered by a 750cc 4-stroke engine that tops out at 50mph, while weighing just 355-pounds. When fueled up, expect a 150-mile range, perfect for hours of fun. Unlike boats or jet skis, this amphibious vehicle is great for stunts, like 360° turns on water or land, thanks to its carbon-kevlar hull and inflatable skirt. One caveat: prices start at $32,000. Continue reading for more interesting pictures from around the web.