Ever wonder what the dreams of a professional animator must look like? Adult Swim’s Off the Air videos continue to be some close approximate of that breed of visual weirdness, and Shapes is the latest installment.
The Great War may have ended nearly a century ago, but its legacy lives on. As these remarkable images taken by Irish photographer Michael St. Maur Sheil illustrate, it's going to take a very long time for the scars of this war to completely heal.
Science raps have this habit of being forgivably bad, in that this-isn't-really-a-rap-but-we'll-let-it-slide-because-you're-scientists-and-you're-clearly-trying sort of way. But this original piece from Jabari Johnson, a senior at Harlem Urban Assembly School for the Performing Arts, needs no such pardon.
Experiemental and math rock can be a little tough to get into. The rhymthms are impressively complex and intricate, but a lot of times you just can't groove to them. Enter "Atlas" by Battles. It's groovetastic.
They're both huge and awesome, but only one of them can rule. Which is more powerful: dinosaurs, or dragons? If there was an all-out war between the creatures that ruled the prehistoric Earth and the magical giant creatures of legend, who would win? It's time to settle this age-old rivalry, once and for all.
In Australia, a disagreement between two next-door neighbors over noise escalated into a unbelievable bloody battle, where one's finger was hacked off with a Samurai sword and the other's arm was nearly severed with a chainsaw.
The North African theater was every bit as savage and deadly as its better-known European and Pacific cousins during World War 2, with the added exposure to the Sun and dust storms for good measure. These pictures tell that story.
The U.S. government isn't the only one using more robotic weapons in places like Iraq and Afghanistan — the British government is doing it too. But a new study from Britain's Ministry of Defence warns we could be creating Skynet.
Weeks into the fray, The Battle of the Cheetos carries on, with Gawker a full-fledged combat zone up for the taking. So choose your alliance—Puffs or Crunchy—, create your army and fight for domination of the entire World Wide Web. The future of the internet depends upon it.