Pulguinha the Steampunk Guinea Pig doesn't need a jetpack, because he has a pair of brass and leather wings, perfect for soaring high among the airships.
Technically, it was Antoine Lavoisier that proved we have an internal combustion engine, but let's give the guinea pig credit. It nearly froze in Lavoisier's special calorimeter to prove something new about biophysics.
If your guinea pig routinely dashes off into armed combat (or just likes the look of scale mail), you might want to outfit him or her in this handsome suit of armor, perfect for rolly-polly rodents.
When you're sitting in a dark theater watching some particularly gory act of horror, it can be easy to forget that it's all just corn syrup and clever tricks. But every now and then, an especially ingenious special effect—or an especially gullible audience—has prompted police and courts to get involved. Here are five…
A little bow-tie-wearing mad scientist attempts to reanimate a naked woman's corpse, but her mouth gushes pink fizz and her hand falls off. What to do? Force-feed her her own tongue, then mutilate her, to a jazzy piano score. (NSFW!)
Not sure if the letters actually stand for anything but GUPI is a robot guinea pig made to look and feel like the real thing. Sensors let GUPI walk around without ever bumping into anything, and he's programmed to respond to affection: ignoring him makes me hide away as do very loud noises, whereas petting him makes…