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Underground Home Vegas

In case of nuclear disaster, this underground home, built in the 1970s, will definitely keep you safe. It's situated 26 feet underground and can be found at 3970 Spencer Street in Las Vegas. Featuring several bedrooms, three bathrooms, two hot tubs, a swimming pool, a putting green, fake trees, flowers, and even a dance floor. According to the realtors who recently sold this home for over $1-million, a family could live here for up to a year after a nuclear blast. Continue reading for more.

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KRGT-1

Motorcycle fans rejoice! The Arch KRGT-1 by Keanu Reeves has been revealed. Priced from $78,000, this chopper-inspired cycle boasts a 2L S&S v-twin engine that pumps out 122 lb-ft of torque and 122 hp, along with a sleek body made from billet aluminum. Adding to the chopper feel is its forward foot controls which lets you ride in the laid back, king-of-the-road position. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.

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Geeky Engagement Rings

Most wedding / engagement rings are designed to be extravagant and luxurious, but these 7 creations just take geekiness to the next level. Whether it be placed inside a Pokeball with custom Pokemon Card or one shaped like R2-D2, we hope that the answers to these proposals were all "yes". Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an unbelievable Mustang save.

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50th Annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Earlier this week, the top awards for the 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year were announced at a ceremony held in London's Natural History Museum. This wasn't any ordinary contest, as the winners received their awards from the Museum Patron, The Duchess of Cambridge, Sir David Attenborough, wildlife presenter Liz Bonnin and renowned wildlife photographer Frans Lanting. Michael Nichols' photograph came out on top amongst 42,000 entries from 96 countries to take home the grand title award. To capture the shot you're about to see, he followed lions resting with their cubs in Tanzania's Serengeti National Parkpride for nearly 6-months and then photographed them in infrared, which "transforms the light and turns the moment into something primal, biblical almost." Continue reading to see more.

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Extremely Old Dogs

Photo credit: Pete Thorne Photo

While capturing puppies underwater sounds cooler, Toronto-based photographer Pete Thorn decided to go the intimate route for his latest series, titled "Old Faithful". As you might've already guessed, this gallery features lots of dogs at the end of their lifespan, with each face telling "the story of a life filled with ups and downs." There is currently a line of owners wanting portraits of their old dog to be taken, believe it or not. Continue reading for more images.

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iPhone 6 Fire

Phillip Lechter, a man from Phoenix, Arizona, says that his iPhone 6 caught fire while still in his pocket, burning a hole through his pants' front pocket leaving him with second-degree burns on his leg. As of today, Apple has not yet contacted him to explain how this could have happened. According to Lechter, "It's been a little over a week now, so I've had the opportunity to get some good medicine on it. It wasn't like a puff of smoke, I could actually feel my leg burning and I couldn't figure out what it was," says Lechter. Continue reading for more detailed images and information.

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STREET by 50 Cent

SMS Audio's STREET by 50 Cent Headphones are currently being offered for only $99.99 shipped, today only, originally priced at $249.95. These over-the-ear headphones feature a detachable cord for tangle-free street-wear and transport, plus enhanced bass and ultra plush memory foam ear pads to ensure a comfortable ride no matter where your music takes you. Product page. Continue reading for more images and information.

Notable features:
  • Professional Studio Sound.

  • Professionally tuned 40mm driver.

  • In-line Mic.

  • Enhanced bass.

  • Passive Noise Cancellation.


[via Amazon]

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Human Giants

Photo credit: Laszlo Balkanyi

If both giants and Hollow Earth existed, this is how they'd probably reach the surface. This particular specimen can be found in Budapest at Szechenyi Square. It was created by artist Ervin Herve-Loranth from polystyrene, and has been part of a display in Budapest's art market exhibition for the past week. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of why you should never take on a parking garage gate in a regular-sized car.

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Duck Prosthetic Leg

While small dogs and cats can survive comfortably with three legs, larger dogs, horses, and farm animals require the limb to support their weight. Surgery has also been done on birds that are used for breeding purposes. Each prosthetic limb is custom-made to fit the individual needs of the specific animal. Dudley (above) lost a leg as a wee duckling when attacked by aggressive chickens. While he could still swim, Dudley had trouble getting around on land. So, mechanical engineer Terence Loring partnered with 3-D printing company Proto3000 to help fabricate an artificial leg. Continue reading for more.

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McLaren P1 GTR

So, you already have a McLaren P1, but want something even faster, just for the track? Well, the McLaren P1 GTR should do the trick. Featuring a stripped down interior and an F1-based steering wheel. There's also a 90kg (198-pound) carbon fiber MonoCage chassis sourced from the road version, along with DTM-style, carbon fiber seat-shells to keep the weight down. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.

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