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Sunday, January 31, 2010

12 Most Strange Modified People

1)Rick: The Zombie Boy

Meet Rick. He's turning himself into a zombie. So far, more than 24 hours of tattoos --costing over $4,075 Canadian dollars have

The curvilinear floating house

This is the Fennell Residence in Portland, Oregon, designed in 2001, completed 

10 Odd Things you can buy from Amazon

World Largest Book

The gigantic book BHUTAN is a breathtaking photographic adventure across the legendary last Himalayan kingdom. Teams from MIT and Friendly Planet took over 60,000 photographs on four extensive expeditions. Portraits of people are life-size or bigger. Panoramas convey the staggering sweep of the Great Himalayan Range and the awesome and unique ancient architecture. Tantric Buddhist dancers, clad in a rainbow of sparkling brocade silks, almost seem to be leaping off the page. According to Guinness World Records, at over five by seven feet (and 133 pounds),

Saturday, January 30, 2010

12 Coolest Google Street Finds

This lucky guy gets caught walking out of a strip club. Let's hope his wife or girlfriend is understanding. (Link)

Wild toughness: 12 Amazing Photos of Animal Fighting

1.Lioness Vs Buffalo

This picture shows the moment a water buffalo becomes a road-hog at Kruger National Park in South Africa. 

10 Worst Plastic Surgery Disasters

1.Hang Mioku: injected cooking oil into her own face

Hang Mioku, a 48 year-old woman from South Korea, became so addicted to plastic surgery that she was left unrecognisable after her obsession led her to inject cooking oil into her face. She had her first plastic surgery procedure when she was 28. Following operation after operation, her face was eventually left enlarged and disfigured, and the surgeons she visited refused to carry out any more work on her and one suggested that her obsession could be a sign of a psychological disorder. So Hang resorted to injecting cooking oil into her face. It became so grotesquely large that she was called "standing fan" by children in her neighbourhood - due to her large face and small body.

As Hang's notoriety spread she was featured on Korean TV. Viewers seeing the report took mercy on her and sent in enough donations to enable her to have surgery to reduce the size of her face. During the first procedure surgeons removed 60g of foreign substance from Hang's face and 200g from her neck. After several other sessions her face was left greatly reduced but still scarred and disfigured. 

15 Funny Facebook Fails

Lesson #1: Don't trash talk your boss.

World's First Solar Powered Stadium In Taiwan

Taiwan recently finished construction on a solar-powered stadium that will generate 100% of its electricity from photovoltaic technology Designed by Toyo Ito.

The 50,000-seat arena will officially open later this year to welcome the 2009 World G ames which features many sports not included in the Olympics Such as parachuting, tenpin bowling and rugby sevens

Offshore Wind Turbine Farms: Ambitious and Beautiful.

There is nothing like the promise of readily available and bountiful energy in our resource-strapped world. Based on data determining that average wind speeds at sea are higher than on land, the modern offshore wind farms promise to be exceptionally energy efficient. When the weather is calm they also look fetchingly beautiful:

Weird iPhone Apps

One of the coolest aspects of owning one of Apple’s iPhones is the apps or applications that run on the phone. These aps like mini computer applications offer hours of fun or distraction with games, news finders, book readers, social directory notification, and much more. Some of this aps through are a little off… They offer the strange and the weird on your very own iPhone for as little as 99 cents.

1. Voodoo

Voodoo is an ap for those times it wouldn’t be appropriate to pull out a voodoo doll that looks suspiciously like your boss and start sticking pins in it. Of course, if you are punching away at your iPhone during that same meeting it looks like you are industrious. iVoodoo makes you look hard at work while you stick pins into those who would be your enemies or even those folks who simply tick you off a bit. In fact, you can send those your ill wishes through the cosmic veil for up to five trouble makers at once.
While it looks and feels like a standard ap when you load iVoodoo this application lets you channel your aggression and sticks pin in what looks like a standard Voodoo doll. Just to help you focus your angst by using your iPhone camera you snap a picture of the less-than-appreciated and paste this pic on the dolls face. Then in pin mode you can stick your prey with seven different colored pins. If you’re ticked use the negative pin, if you wish to help someone there is also positive, wealth, power or love.

Friday, January 29, 2010

8 Unbelievable iPhone Stories

The Australian businessman who ordered a £1.92m diamond iPhone

Designer Stuart Hughes, from Liverpool, took ten months to make the phone after it was commissioned by an anonymous Australian businessman in 2009. The casing of theiPhone 3GS Supreme was created using 271 grams of 22 solid carat gold. The front bezel houses 136 flawless diamonds totalling a massive 68 carats while the Apple logo on the back is made from a further 53 gems. The front navigation button is made from a single diamond of more than seven carats.
This diamond iPhone is currently the most expensive phone in the world.

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