Super Punch has rounded up a bunch of the best YouTube videos of Kim Jong Il's "traffic girls," who are dressed in snappy uniforms, which they wear as they perform an elaborate, robotic mime-show that directs North Korean traffic. They only turn counter-clockwise. Of course.
On October 1, 1936, civil engineer Laurent Pelletier was on a small plane flying from Jask, Iran to France when he spotted the island of Hormuz out of his window. He grabbed his camera to snap a photo when he something very strange came into view. "It was then that the most exceptional event I… READ THE REST
On Friday, Pesco introduced you to the weird, 300m-deep chasm with a runway at the bottom found in Microsoft Flight Sim 2020, deemed even more disturbing than the creepy mystery skyscraper looming over suburban Melbourne. The ultra-realistic game's eldritch glitches have become a popular topic of discussion, but the chasm is a challenge for experts:… READ THE REST
This startling footage was recently captured by a security camera outside a Dallas, Texas home. While some might think that the video simply depicts extraterrestrial visitors or even birds, we all know they are DMT machine elves that have broken through the extra-dimensional barrier to frolic on our driveways. (Coast to Coast) READ THE REST
When the history of Earth is ultimately told by aliens or time travelers or whoever stumbles across what's left of our planet a millennia from now, these beings will need to understand what a hair tie is and why it was created…because it's guaranteed they find them everywhere during their study. Today, hair ties are… READ THE REST
Ask most Apple Watch users about their biggest beef with the most popular wearable in tech today and many will likely answer with the same beef had by many users of wirelessly charged devices. It just isn't so simple making sure your wireless charger is lined up properly with your device to get a steady,… READ THE REST
This week in thinking machines news, a Harvard professor and his students have now raised $14 million to create artificial intelligence so smart that even hackers can't crack it. Meanwhile, reports from the White House suggest the federal government is close to issuing their directives on how agencies should regulate AI going forward. And if… READ THE REST