A bull born without myostatin, this allows for unrestricted muscle growth
Mercedes F1 steering wheels from 1954 and 2014
A crowd of climbers slog up the Lhotse Face, heading toward Camp IV, last stop before the summit. Loose regulations and a boom in commercial guiding over the past two decades have made Everest far more accessible to experts and novices alike.
Traffic is not the only emerging problem on Mt Everest
A soccer field in Brazil
1000 years ago unknown Viking lost his chest while he traveled across the lake Mästermyr on the island of Gotland
Pornhub’s most popular search terms by state
Samurai Helmet belonging to the Mitsudaina Family, c.1730
The Grand Canyon from 35,000 feet
Damn Nature, You Scary!
Tesla stations in middle of desert AZ
What happens when a Tesla Model S gets rear-ended (Last year, the Tesla got the highest crash test rating of any car ever.
Texas cheerleader turned hunting enthusiast is taking heat for these photos put up on Facebook and I can see why
Flower ocean in China
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s new ride
Claudia Ochoa Felix of Culiacan, Mexico, is being called “La Emperatriz de los Antrax” by followers on social media — or, in other words, leader of the deadly Sinaloa cartel murder squad formerly run by the now-imprisoned Jose Rodrigo Arechiga Gamboa (“El Chino Antrax”)
The new cockpit interior of the Bloodhound SSC, the British rocket and jet-powered supersonic car. It will attempt to reach a speed of 1000mph in a South African desert
Server racks in a Google data center located in Mayes County, Oklahoma
Shanghai, China. The most populated city on the planet
Students taking an English exam in an exam hall at Dongguan University in China. English is one of three main areas of testing, along with math and Chinese
A Look Inside The Surgical Kit Of War Surgeons Of The 19th Century
A futuristic hybrid wing body during tests in the wind tunnel at NASA’s Langley Research Center. The patterns are formed by air movement over the fluorescent oil sprayed onto the wings
Natty dressers known as "sapeurs" in Kinshasa, Congo
Inside view of a WWI trench at Massiges, northeastern France, on March 28, 2014. During trench restoration works, in the last two years, the Main de Massiges Association has found seven bodies of WWI soldiers