Filmmaker James Cameron is planning a solo journey to Challenger Deep, seven miles below sea level. He's already set a solo depth record in a test run.
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What do you get when you mashup the band OK Go and the site OK Cupid? You get OK Go-Pid, "the world's most fun and least successful dating site."
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At 7 feet, 8 inches, Igor Vovkovinskiy is America's tallest man. That's fine and dandy until he requires custom-made orthopedic shoes that may cost $16,000.
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The Duel is a short film featuring ninja LEGO minifigs in battle.  The effects may seem familiar, as you've seen them in various classic movie fight scenes.
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New Zealand is experiencing a shortage of the yeast extract spread Marmite. Some desperate Kiwis have gone so far as to substitute the Australian Vegemite!
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The Disney movie John Carter is expected to end up with a $200 million dollar net loss. That sets a new record for a film flop, but luckily Disney is made of cash and can handle it.
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Lion cubs give the best hugs. Douglas Hamilton either showered this litter with affection, or maybe he bathed in catnip before this sweet video.
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When your tattoo starts to vibrate, you'll know your phone is ringing. That cutting edge idea is being developed by Nokia, who already filed the patent.
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Maj. Archibald Butt was one of the heroes who rescued others then went down with the Titanic. The part of the story that wasn't told at the time was that his lover, Frank Millet, died with him in the disaster.
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On Heroic Self-Sacrifice: a London Park Devoted to Those Most Worth Remembering. Plus links to all those amazing stories.
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The Tek Robotic Mobilization Device is a robotic wheelchair that lets paraplegics stand tall. And it originated in the technology hotbed of Turkey.
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5 Notably Terrible Sports Video Games. A handy guide on what to avoid at the pawn shop, even if it's really cheap.