Sure, using the world's smallest cell phone daily isn't the most practical idea, but for those who require secrecy in their line of work, the Zanco Fly will definitely come in handy. Measuring in at just 71.8 mm in length and 23.5 mm in width, this micro phone does not have any apps, or even a camera, just basic call functionality. "The Zanco Fly phone, is apparently made by Zini Mobiles Ltd, a company established in the UK in 2013, but struck off and dissolved last summer. It was registered to a forwarding address with just one director, who still appears to be selling the phone through online trading site Alibaba (minimum order: 3,000), where Zini is listed as a British company whose purported total annual revenue exceeds $100 million. Other online sources claim Zini employ, or employed, over 300 people," said Peter Robinson. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a rally car driver gone mad.
NASA cut a live ISS feed after a mysterious horseshoe-shaped UFO appeared, or to be more specific, a glowing blue object floating near the space station. They turned off the feed for an hour, and when it resumed, a smaller white light could still be seen in the distance. "I saw a UFO at the space station. It was diamond shaped and it seemed to be changing its shape, but I think that's due to it moving ever so closer to the ISS," said UFO researcher Scott Waring. Continue reading for another video about the dark side of the moon, and possible secret bases. Click here to read about a few bonus UFO incidents and pictures from the past.
Artist collective Meow Wolf have transformed an abandoned bowling alley in Santa Fe, New Mexico into a fantasy world of sorts, complete with 70 different spaces for one to explore, mini arcade, four tree houses, and even an interactive cave system. There's also plenty of secret passageways and rooms to discover, as guests try to figure out what exactly is going on. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
An elderly woman from China was spotted by closed circuit cameras making incense offerings and praying before a giant League of Legends statue of the game's Garen character. These images first appeared on Weibo and were snapped outside of a local internet cafe. Some are saying that she could have mistaken Garen for Guan Yu, a famous general. Continue reading for more pictures of the statue.
Another day, another UFO spotted hovering above Earth's upper atmosphere. This anomaly was captured by 20-year-old Jadon Beeson as he watched a live ISS stream from his phone. "I looked and realized there was a metal object above the earth. It had a blue glow to it and it stayed there for about two minutes. It was a metallic object, it looks like a Millennium Falcon from Star Wars or something from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. I thought it was all very strange," said Beeson. Continue reading for a video and more information.
A hearse is normally a funeral vehicle used to carry a coffin to a cemetery, and most everyone has seen them around at one point or another, but this is the first one based on a Porsche Panamera. However, what we don't know is if it's a Turbo or Turbo S models. If the latter, you'll find a 4.8L twin-turbocharged V8 under the hood. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
From a distance, or even up close if you haven't seen a real one, this Bugatti Veyron replica may look like the real thing, but it's actually based on a 2001 Mercury Cougar. Priced at $59,900, it boasts a custom fiberglass body that has the exact same proportions as the body of its real-life counterpart, complete with a Porsce 997 with PDK steering wheel on the inside. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Cash Cannon took parties to the next level last year, now we have the Champagne Gun. Available in silver, gold and bronze colors, this strange device works simply by inserting a large champagne bottle directly into the holder. Next, shake it up a few times to get the bubbly flowing, and you're ready to start shooting champagne up 23-feet. "We started to commercialize the Champagne Gun just ten days ago and the response has been insane. We are already almost sold out from the first shipment of around 300 to 400 Champagne Guns," said Jeremy Touitou, a Miami-based businessman responsible for bringing this to the US. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Farmer Raymundo Corona from Mexico built a 22-foot Aztec pyramid in the desert, 74 km from the Mexico-US border, because an alien, who allegedly visited him 30-years-ago, instructed him to. This extraterrestrial, named Herulayka, was described as a tall man with honey-colored eyes and white hair. Herulayka originated from a planet called Nefilin, which is claimed to be 20-times the size of Earth, located in the Orion constellation. "He told me to build the temple in the form of a pyramid. When I asked him why it had to be in the form of a pyramid, he said it was because it should be like my faith, something that winds and storms couldn't move and was always pointing upwards," said Corona. Continue reading for a video and more information.
A mysterious 13-foot-long sea creature washed ashore on Bonfil Beach, in the city of Acapulco, in the south-west Mexican state of Guerrero, and it's baffling researchers. Civil Guard and Fire Brigade, Rosa Camacho, reports that the animal appears that it has just died, but oddly started to rapidly decay. "We have no idea what type of animal this is, but I do know that it does not smell bad or have a fetid aroma. It is four meters long and was found on Bonfil Beach," said Camacho. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a fascinating viral video of magnetic fields visualized.