There’s only one explanation for how this is possible: Manipulation performer Ouka must have somehow turned off gravity.
Male animals can be greedy about paternity. They’ve evolved a ton of different strategies to help them monopolize a female’s eggs. Beating up rivals is a general favorite. Some species use long bouts of sex to keep females away from new mates. Still others stop up female genitals with gooey plugs or bits of broken…
Many parasites are satisfied with just living off of their hosts, while others decide their hosts must die. But there are also some parasites who can change their hosts' behavior or physiology in ways fit only for science fiction. Here are 12 parasites who manipulate their hosts in incredible ways.
Robert Rickhoff. You are a cruel bastard but I love you. Your sick Photoshop manipulations—from the slide that ends on a street to the half-pipe across a road to the volleyball court in a highway—are all great ideas. Keep them coming! [Robert Trickhoff—Thanks Karl!]
Scientists have created a new software program that will automatically detect any image that has been modified in Photoshop. The software is now tuned to faces, but it will be able to flag any type of image, they say.