Hunter fends off grizzly by sticking arm into its throat!!?


A man hunting elk in the Montana mountains said he fended off an attacking grizzly bear by shoving his arm into its throat to induce a gag reflex that would frighten it away, according to state wildlife managers.

The 26 year old Ole Chase Dellwo, was hunting with a crossbow for elk with his brother in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Montana on Saturday when he surprised a 500-pound (200kg) grizzly bear lumbering along the river, said Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks spokesman Bruce Auchly.

“It was startled, he was startled; the bear engaged in a defensive attack,” he said on Monday.

Dellwo later told wardens he crammed his arm crosswise into the back of the grizzly’s jaws because he had read an article that said large animals have pronounced gag responses.

Wildlife managers were not acquainted with the literature or purportedly excessive gag reflexes among the massive, hump-shouldered bruins, but Dellwo’s action prompted the bear to break off its attack and run away, Auchly said.

Wardens do not intend to capture the bear or kill it since it engaged in a defensive, rather than predatory, attack.

“If the grizzly wanted to kill him, it would have killed him,” said Auchly.

Dellwo, of Bellgrade, Montana, was driven by his younger brother to a nearby medical clinic before being taken to a hospital in Great Falls where he remained on Monday for treatment of injuries that include cuts to his head and face.

Wildlife managers advise carrying bear spray to ward off attacks. ( I world rather be carrying a gun) Dellwo was not equipped with bear spray when he encountered the grizzly.

Drunk squirrel gets locked in a pub!


At first sight it looked like the club had been broken into and trashed.

Beer was overflowing from the trays and onto the floor, which was also strewn with money, napkins and straws. Glasses and liqour bottles were knocked off their shelves of Honeybourne Railway Club in the town of Evesham in Worcestershire, England.

“At first I thought we’d been burgled but I realised it was all still locked up and that’s when we saw the squirrel,” club branch secretary Sam Boulter told Worcester News.

“I’d never seen anything like it before, he had ran around the shelves and across the bar.

“There were bottles scattered around, money scattered around and he had obviously run across the bar’s pumps and managed to turn on the Caffrey’s and also managed to ruin some barrels too.

“He must have flung himself on the handle.


Man rides horse into Tesco supermarket

Reddit user captures image of man in County Galway riding a big white horse in a Tesco supermarket!?

A man in Ireland has been snapped riding a horse inside a Tesco supermarket.

The bizarre incident took place in Ballinasloe, a town in County Gallway.

The image of the man, astride a brown and white cart horse, was posted on Reddit on Tuesday by user PeterTheOstrich.

The picture shows the horse trotting towards the doors of the store, as if it is about the leave the supermarket. Nearby shoppers appear unfazed.

The photograph was taken while a horse show was on in the area, which might go part of the way to explaining what exactly was going on.

A spokesperson for Tesco told the Irish Examiner: “We were expecting some visitors from the Ballinasloe Horse Fair to trot into store this week but safe to say this was an unexpected visitor.

“We can confirm that the horse and his companion didn’t stay long enough to do their weekly shop and no damage was caused.”


Zombies have invaded the streets of London!

The streets of London were today filled with hordes of zombies!?

But dont get panic! The walking dead were out to celebrate World Zombie Day 2015, a celebration of all things undead.

Over a hundred fans of horror flicks like Dawn Of The Dead and TV shows like the Walking Dead descended in London today, and dragged their lifeless bodies around, posing with delighted tourists.

Some of the more bizarre costumes include a zombie Nazi soldier (Dead snow movies) , zombie newlyweds, a zombie Mexican, and even a zombie Smurf.

World Zombie Day is an international annual event that started in Pittsburgh back in 2006.

More than 50 cities worldwide participate in World Zombie Day, including New York, Pittsburgh, Oslo, Paris, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Seattle, and Tokyo.







BRYE ANNE Russillo is an MMA fighter with two big problems. (HOT)

BRYE ANNE Russillo is an MMA fighter with two unique problems..

The 29-year-old has to fight in a heavier division than she would like to because her double-D breasts weigh too much.

It took Russillo’s team over three months to agree to a fight with Paige Lian for the 150-pound title at the Aggressive Combat Championships in Queens on October 3.

Russillo has had two fights so far as an amateur, with one win and one loss.

She has been told by her nightclub employers that she will lose her job as a bartender if she turns up with a black eye, but it is a risk she is willing to take.

“Everyone expects me to be a dum Barbie Doll. Bleach blonde hair and a big chest,” said Russillo.

She said she became passionate about the sport when participating in kickboxing classes and seeing a number of athletes at the same gym training to compete in the ring. This is one badass chick! 

Russillo’s trainer made life easier for the single mother by allowing her to bring her daughter to training.

“If you find a hobby late in life, follow it! I have a child and turning 30 in a couple of months, and I’m glad I followed my passion,” Russillo said.

Man claims he has the world’s biggest penis.



Roberto Cabrera says his giant d**k is a disability that leaves him unable to get a job. He also claims that women are too scared to have sex with him. (And we can not blame them..) 

The penis hangs well below his knees and he wants his ‘anaconda’ to be recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records.

But he also wants to be registered as disabled because he says his giant penis gets in the way and he is not able to hold down a normal job.

Cabrera, from the north-eastern Mexican state of Coahuila, underwent a medical examination and had an X-ray done of his massive Penis to satisfy anyone who doubted him.

And doctors at a hospital in the city of castillo have confirmed that “according to the scan”, it is the real thing.

A doctor said the main part of his penis was just over 6 inches long and the rest was extra skin.

Cabrera has approached health services to support his claim he is disabled.

He said: “I cannot do anything, I cannot work, and I am a disabled so I want authorities to declare me as a disabled person and give me money to live.

“Then, I want to go to the Guinness record book to get my recognition.”

Medical experts suggest troubled Cabrera might be able to opt for a voluntary modification of his penis and have a shaft reduction operation. 




Poor guy, wonder if he passes out every time he got an erection? But really, a penis so big that girls run away from him screaming.. hope he gets the shaft reduction operation.. LOL.. web-cyprus

Space travel: 10 Technology Innovations Needed for Deep Space Exploration


If you’re a “Star Trek” fan, then that opening voiceover by William Shatner probably still gives you goose bumps: “To explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.”

Enthralling as that notion may be, to most people, it probably seems like a sci-fi writer’s wishful thinking. While astronauts have ventured as far away as the Moon and, over the last few decades, have routinely orbited Earth, they’ve yet to venture to other planets in our solar system, let alone into the vast emptiness between our solar system and those of other stars. The immense distances involved — 36 million miles (57.9 million kilometers) to Mars, 21.1 trillion miles (39.9 trillion kilometers) to Proxima Centauri, the nearest star — make deep space travel seem beyond reach of even the most extreme human ingenuity. What would power spacecraft over such long distances? What would keep astronauts safe from the perils of radiation and the muscle-and-bone-wasting effects of microgravity? How would crews avoid running out of food and water? And once they arrived at their destinations, how would they even be able to send messages back to Earth? It all sounds impossible.

Or not. NASA researchers and other brains are hard at work contemplating the challenges of deep space travel and dreaming up technologies to meet those challenges. They’ve already come up with a number of ideas — solar sails to power spacecraft, super-precise, atomic-powered instruments for navigation, and laser relays for long-distance communication — that are in the early stages of development and may be ready for testing in the next few years, according to NASA. Additionally, in 2011, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the Pentagon’s research and development arm, promised to invest up to $500,000 in seed money in technologies needed for interstellar travel, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Many potential breakthroughs are still on the drawing board, and while they still have a ways to go, the fact that these inspirations come from credible scientists and engineers gives us hope that someday they’ll become a reality — and humans will roam the cosmos. Here are 10 of the most interesting technological notions.

1. SPACE SAILS nasas-nanosail-d-solar-sail-unfurled-above-earth-17-jan-2011

  1. Conventional rockets can put astronauts into orbit, but try using one to travel the enormous distances between planets and stars and you’re likely to run out of fuel. That’s why scientists have been working to develop alternative methods of propulsion and energy sources for rockets.

    One promising, albeit outlandish, idea is to equip starships with giant sails, which would capture solar energy and use it for propulsion. This would be possible because light is made up of tiny, extremely energetic particles called photons, which in some ways behave like atomic particles. When light strikes a mirrorlike surface, the photons are reflected straight back. In the process, they transmit their momentum to the surface, pushing it forward, explains the Planetary Society.

    One huge advantage of a solar sail would be that, unlike a rocket engine, it would cause a spacecraft to continually, steadily accelerate, so that the craft eventually would reach an extremely high rate of speed. One drawback of solar sails is that in order to provide sufficient force to propel a spacecraft forward, a sail would have to be many times larger than that spacecraft. Such sails might actually have to be built in space.

    2. Communication


    We all chuckled at the notion that E.T. was having trouble phoning home, but for interplanetary explorers, maintaining communication with Earth could be a major challenge. “If you can’t communicate with the ship, then you don’t know what the results are of your mission,” Andreas Tziolas, a former research fellow at NASA who now heads Project Icarus, a private-sector effort to develop interstellar technology, told the Atlantic.

    For that reason, NASA is funding a project called the Laser Communications Relay Demonstration, which would use laser beams to transfer data between spacecraft and stations on Earth at 10 to 100 times the speeds currently available. If the method proves to be feasible, astronauts on Mars could transmit data back to Earth at speeds of 100 Mbps or more, which is at least several times faster than the broadband Internet connections that the most technologically advanced ordinary Joes have in their homes. Conceivably, it would be possible to transmit a photographic image from Mars to Earth in about five minutes, compared to the 90-minute wait that scientists operating robotic rovers on the Red Planet presently must endure, according to PopSci.

    3. Navigational clocks


    If you’re going to travel in deep space, the last thing you want is to get lost along the way, crash on some strange planet, and have your robotic assistant running around wearing out its voice synthesizer, continually shouting “Danger, Will Robinson!” To avoid such a scenario, you need a really good a navigation system with a super-precise clock; this clock will be used to calculate distances.

    That’s why NASA is planning in 2015 to launch a spacecraft containing the experimental Deep Space Atomic Clock, a miniaturized, ultra-precise mercury-ion atomic clock that’s 100 times more stable than existing navigational clocks. All clocks are imprecise to some degree. But this one is accurate to within a billionth of a second over a 10-day period. This means astronauts can use it to measure frequencies, which are used to calculate distances, with much greater precision.

    4. Robotic Teams


    Founding a colony on a distant planet might be a daunting task for astronauts. They’d have to land in unfamiliar, possibly rough terrain, and then immediately set about erecting dwellings and a landing/launching pad to facilitate follow-up missions — all while searching for water, air and building materials. That’s why NASA engineers, in league with Canadian and European colleagues, are at work developing robotic advance teams that would land in advance of human explorers to scope out the available resources and lay the groundwork for a settlement. On Mars or another planet, for example, rovers equipped with bulldozer blades or plows could go to work clearing and smoothing a landing spot, while others might amass rocks and other materials and process them to make a concrete runway. (Remember that the Space Shuttle’s landing facility required 250,000 cubic yards of concrete, far too much to ever be transported from Earth.) Other robots might roam the surface, drilling and testing soil samples to look for usable oxygen and/or water, according to NASA.

    5.  Simulated gravity


    Watching Apollo astronauts hit golf balls fantastic distances might make microgravity look like great fun, but the truth is that it’s extremely hard on your body. In fact, scientists say that some of the biggest potential problems facing astronauts in deep space are the physiological changes caused by weightlessness. Astronauts’ muscles have a tendency to atrophy from lack of resistance, and they lose bone as well; in addition, weightlessness causes a loss of blood volume, so they feel lightheaded when they stand up. Additionally, it alters the human sense of balance, so that when space travelers return, they’ll feel as if Earth is spinning out of control beneath their feet.

    On short-term trips, astronauts have been combating such debilitating changes by using specially designed exercise equipment and by taking medications to combat bone loss. On a longer trip, however, it might make more sense to equip a ship with some sort of rotational mechanism to simulate gravity inside. Alternatively, scientists have proposed installing circular exercise tracks inside spaceships, upon which astronauts would peddle bikes in circles to simulate gravity’s effect on their muscles and bones.

    6. Keeping the astronauts alive for a long time


    One of the major problems with traveling vast distances in space is that trips could take a long, long time. In a lot of science fiction movies, such as “Alien” and “Planet of the Apes,” scriptwriters get around this problem by depicting astronauts slumbering for long stretches in suspended animation, like hibernating animals. Unfortunately, slowing the human metabolism and keeping a person alive for lengthy periods in that state is easier imagined than done. Surface-induced deep hypothermia — in layman’s terms, freezing — probably isn’t a good option, for example, since ice crystals begin to form inside the cells, and then destroy them as they grow, according to Michio Kaku, author of “Physics of the Impossible.”

    But there may be other methods of maintaining a person in suspended animation without the ice. In 2006, for example, researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston slowed down the metabolism and cardiovascular systems of mice by administering small, controlled doses of hydrogen sulfide, the foul-smelling toxic gas produced by rotting eggs and sewage, and then were able to reverse the state of suspended animation afterward, according to Science Daily. In subsequent experiments, the researchers accomplished this feat even without a reduction in body temperature.

    7. Force fields


    Force fields are a staple of science fiction, in which they’re usually used to protect a spaceship or space station from attackers. In “Star Wars,” for example, the Death Star on which Darth Vader did his heavy breathing was protected by such a shield. But in actual deep space travel, scientists are looking to force fields to solve another problem — how to protect astronauts’ bodily cells from the continual radiation bombardment in space that might cause them to develop cancers and other health problems.

    For the most part, dangerous radiation in space comes from electrically charged particles: high-speed electrons and protons put out by the Sun, and huge, positively charged atomic nuclei put out by distant supernovas. Hypothetically, if a spaceship were equipped with a powerful electrical field that had the same charge as the incoming radiation, it might be able to deflect that radiation. Unlike the force fields in movies, however, a practical force field might involve some visible objects. In one scheme developed by NASA scientists in the mid-2000s, spheres made of a thin, strong material and coated with a very thin layer of a conductor such as gold would be floated at low altitude over a base camp on another planet and then charged with electricity, according to NASA. Portable versions of the same device could be used on spaceships and rover vehicles.

    8.  Warp speed


    In “Star Trek,” the Starship Enterprise travels enormous distances in weeks and months, even visiting other galaxies — a feat that would be impossible at the speeds that spacecraft currently travel. The Enterprise does this by using warp drive, in which the spacecraft basically takes shortcuts through holes caused by distortions of space-time. (This is a tricky concept to grasp; imagine space and time as a giant tablecloth, one that you can stretch, twist and poke pathways through.)

    This might seem like a totally goofy, ridiculous idea, but physicists actually have been contemplating it since at least the 1920s. In 1994, theoretical physicist and Trekkie Miguel Alcubierre actually published a scientific paper showing that a warp drive could be created without contradicting Einsteinian physics, which would seem to dictate that faster-than-light travel is impossible. According to Alcubierre, it would be possible to get around this limitation if a spacecraft used energy to create a sort of bubble around it, which would cause space-time to expand behind it and contract in the direction that the spacecraft wanted to go. One drawback of this speculative technology is that it would require enormous amounts of energy.

    9.  Grow food


    Like everybody else, astronauts in deep space would need to eat, and finding room inside a spacecraft to bring along the vast quantities of supplies needed to sustain them on trips lasting multiple years would be a major headache. That’s why NASA scientists are looking for ways for astronauts to grow their own food while en route to other planets, without using soil or large amounts of water.

    Aeroponic crops would be grown from special seeds suspended in the air in plastic frames, instead of being planted and fertilized with chemicals. Research has shown that aeroponically grown plants actually absorb more minerals and vitamins than ones grown in the ground, making them potentially more nutritious, according to NASA. But man does not live by broccoli alone, so scientists will have to come up with a way to provide a good protein source as well. Perhaps another promising technology is test-tube meat, grown in strips from stem cells in a laboratory. A Dutch professor recently announced that he had grown small strips of muscle tissue from a pig’s stem cells, which could eventually lead to artificial, cruelty-free artificial beef, pork, chicken or lamb.

    10. Air and water


    Another thing that astronauts will need in space is supplies of both breathable air and drinkable water, and obviously they can’t haul Earth behind them to provide a continuously refreshed supply. That’s why NASA scientists are working to develop air recovery systems that will filter, extract and restore to a ship’s internal atmosphere as much oxygen as possible. By 2016, researchers expect to have the ability to recover as much as 75 percent of the oxygen from the carbon dioxide that astronauts breathe out, and by 2019, they hope to achieve 100 percent recovery, according to

    Additionally, great strides are being made in water recycling in space. The International Space Station, for example, is now equipped with a special system that recycles both urine and waste water from washing. It rotates them in a special distillation unit that compensates for the absence of gravity and separates the actual water from waste materials, microorganisms and other contaminants, according to .


(Crazy) Russian scientist says he is stronger and healthier after injecting himself with ‘eternal life’ bacteria


The crazy russian scientist
The crazy russian scientist

If injecting yourself with 3.5 million-year-old bacteria could keep you looking like you where in your 20s and stayed healthy all your life, would you do it? (The side effects are ofc. Unknown)

The Russian scientist Anatoli Brouchkov, head of the Geocryology Department at Moscow State University, is looking for the key to eternal youth.

He has therefore chosen to become a human guinea pig for some bacteria that could perhaps hold the key to longevity.

“We have to work out how this bacteria prevents ageing. I think that is the way this science should develop. What is keeping that mechanism alive? And how can we use it for our own benefits?”

Anatoli Brouchkov

The bacteria, named Bacillus F, is one badass motherf****r because it has remained alive in the permafrost for over 3 million years.

Scientists have tested it on rats and human blood cells, but this wasn’t enough for Anatoli Brouchkov, who decided to inject himself with the bacteria.

“I started to work longer hourd, I’ve never felt sick for the last two years,” he said. “After successful experiments on mice and bugs, I thought it would be interesting to try the inactivated bacterial culture,” he told The Siberian Times.

“Besides, the permafrost is thawing, and I guess these bacteria get into the environment, into the water, so the local population, the Yakut people, in fact, for a long time are getting these cells with water, and even seem to live longer than some other nations. So there was no danger for me.”

It’s not a proper science experiment, but Anatoli Brouchkov says that the bacteria seems to have had some positive effect on him.

“It wasn’t quite a scientific experiment, so I cannot professionally describe the effects. But it was quite clear for me that I did not catch flu for two years. Perhaps there were some side-effects, but there should be some special medical equipment to spot them. Of course, such experiments need to be conducted in clinic, with the special equipment and statistics. Then we could say clearly about all the effects.”

Mr. Brouchkov said: We have to work out how this bacteria prevents ageing. I think that is the way this science should develop. What is keeping that mechanism alive? And how can we use it for our own benefits?”


                                     Well you guys, hold my beer and give me a shot of Baccilus F! 




Pornhub offers a chance to win a 25 thousand dollar Scholarship

Porn is good for you, and now it’s so good for you that it can give you an education aswell.

And thats why we love Pornhub.

Yeah, thats why

Pornhub is offering one student the chance to win a $25k scholarship for their education.

What? Well, yeah you read correctly! Looks like Pornhub has figured out that most of their users are between the age of 18-25. And since the croud is young why not support their education.

Not only that, they want to do this right! They have said that if anyone includes any kind of explicit materieal in the application it will not be valuated.

Too apply you need to submit a 1000-1500 words essay answering the question “How do you strive to make others happy?”


Besides that they need to have a 33.2 GPA and submit a 2-5 minute video elaburate on what you do to make other happy, and other things you want to mention.

Pornhub’s Vice President, Corey Price, told CNBC a bit more about the Pornhub Cares Scholarship.

Pornhub Cares is a compilation of Pornhub’s past, present and future philanthropic initiatives. The Pornhub Cares Scholarship aligns with our trajectory here at Pornhub, which is firmly set on providing happiness and opportunity through the worldwide community we have established. It’s about giving back and providing our fans with life changing experiences/opportunities.Corey Price

We’re not sure if this is open to everyone or if its just for the US but if you wnat to take a look or maby apply? Well, have a look. You can find more information on their website.

Chinese University Hires Robot Chefs

Beijing: A university in China’s Heilongjiang province have hired two robot chefs, the robots can cook a meal in about four minutes, the media reported on Thursday.

According to authorities in Northeast Forestry University, to cook 10 kg of fish flavoured pork slices, a robot chef only needs about four minutes. The robot chef can feed up to 500 people in one hour! I could really need one at my house.. 

According to Sun Yanchen, manager of the logistic service company of the university, the two robots can make over 2,000 different kinds of dishes independently. 

It can ignite the fire and put cooking oil and all the ingredients all by itself.

Now, 80 percent of the dishes in the canteen are cooked by the robot chefs. 

Besides saving manpower and materials, the cooking fume emission has also decreased 50 percent, the manager added.