This video is just footage shot normally and then played in reverse and, well, there’s nothing else more than that. Some of the stunts are a little more fun to watch than others—I like seeing how the eggs uncrack and how the orange fits back together like a little puzzle—but it’s all just dumb fun for a placeholder…
Brain, why aren’t you getting along with eyes. Eyes, what the hell are you doing to ears. Ears, why are you confusing your feelings. It’s so unsettling to see a carrot get unpeeled because your eyes are seeing something they don’t ever get to see while your ears are hearing the satisfaction of peeling while your brain…
An Australia man's vacation to Bali took a dark turn last week after he discovered a painful red line forming above his belly button. At first, doctors told 21-year-old Dylan Thomas that it was just an insect bite. Then the line started to grow and the horror was obvious: It was a spider burrowed into his belly.
The Simpsons opened its 26th season with this surprisingly bizarre couch gag. Oscar-nominated animator and filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt asked himself what the Simpsons will look like in a very distant future. Well, this is what he came up with:
Refusing to let little things like a lack of widespread internet/food access get in its way, everyone's favorite warmongering-dictatorship-that-could has just launched its very own cooking website. Say hello to North Korea's uncanny online food valley.
There's nothing more befuddling than looking up at the sky and seeing a strange light appear out of nowhere. Your adult brain tells you it can't be what you want it to be but when you check with adult-brained officials, they're clueless too. That's what just happened in Hawaii. A mysterious zigzagging light popped up…
Humans have been pursuing this elusive quality known as "beauty" long before the miracles of modern medicine. Inventors were always coming up with tools meant to help women—and men—achieve the wide-held physical ideals of their era. Eager test subjects would get hooked up to devices that looked like torture machines,…
This is bizarre. A 16-year-old girl saw a giant black ring in the sky above England and captured it on video. After three minutes of floating around like a cloud, the black ring disappeared completely. So far, experts have no idea what it was.
We Will Live Again is a fascinating documentary on the Cryonics Institute, the place where 99 dead human bodies are stored at freezing temperatures in hopes that they'll be able to be revived and live again in another life. It's crazy and bizarre and eerie in all the right ways.
This has to be the most ridiculous beard in sports—or at least in basketball. It belongs to Fathi Oukerimi, an Algerian player. Compare it to the one belonging to the Houston Rockets' James Harden, apparently the previous holder of this coveted title.
Khalid Sheik Mohammed, who holds a university degree in mechanical engineering and was the mastermind of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, invented a vacuum cleaner while in prison. After getting all the information they needed, the CIA apparently gave him something harmless to do.
Here at Gizmodo, we often find ourselves depending on stock photos to illustrate what our time and resources simply wouldn't allow. And by god do these noble stock photographers ever deliver.
You can already buy shirts and other garments specifically designed to keep you cool while battling the heat, but they're no where near as revolutionary as this refreshing Cold Foam. It comes ready-to-spray like a can of silly string, and once released the foam immediately chills to just over 1 degree Fahrenheit, and…
Oh internet, why are you such a scary, disgusting, and weird mistress? Spoiler alert: it's not the internet, it's humanity, and looking at humanity in the classifieds is often like staring at an anus through a telescope.
A giant thermometer is on display in the Turpan Prefecture of China. I don't know what's more ominous. The giant rod standing tall in the sky or the rising red level that measures the local temperature.
A South African anthropologist wants to dig up William Shakespeare's bones to find out if the playwright smoked pot. He got this crazy idea from an earlier study which turned up pipe fragments in Shakespeare's garden that were coated with a marijuana residue.
It's not everyday that y
ou read about a stolen house. Not the entire contents of a house, but the actual house itself.
Such is the plight of a man from Brampton, ON Canada who was shocked to find his 45-foot long double-wide mobile home was stolen from his rural property. While he was away, someone hooked up the…
It's the "yuck" factor that led the City of Portland Oregon to literally flush 8 million gallons of water out of a city drinking reservoir after a man mistakenly urinated in the body of water.