With weird western Cowboys & Aliens coming out next week, we couldn't help but wonder: were there any real 19th century weapons that could compare to Daniel Craig's alien energy weapon? As always, never underestimate the awesome craziness of the 19th century.
Landing a well-aimed rubber band—in the coffee, in the hair bun, in the ear—is one of the great pleasures of working in an office. So, how about about 100 of them?
Suddenly your school's shirt bazooka doesn't look so hot. California's Bellarmine College Prepatory and NASA teamed up to create this t-shirt hurling behemoth, which launches three tees a second. WHO WANTS A SHIRT? YOU WANT ONE? GET SOME! GET SOME!
Click to viewGirls and guns: discuss. Kari Byron and a Dillon M-134D minigun—wowzers. The Mythbusters presenter aimed at a tree with the weapon (3,000 rounds per minute, or 50 per second) and flipped the switch. Watching the cartridge shells pour out of the gun as she thfrpfttttts away at the tree is like watching a…