Terrifying video of insane Russian kids jumping between electric trains

Train surfing is not new. Videos of crazy Russian kids are not new either. But a video of crazy Russian kids jumping from high speed train to high speed train, risking a deadly fall or electrocution by the 25,000-volt overhead electric lines that power the JSC Russian Railwaysthat is new. And freaking crazy too. » 11/17/14 10:31pm 11/17/14 10:31pm

Spectacular video shows Russian car pushing police car out of the road

Oh Russia, land of fascists, suicidal kids, and sexually confused homophobes, you never cease to entertain us. Your dash cams are an endless source of joy and amazement and terror and, most often, just confused emotions. Here's the latest one: A car pushes a police car out of the road, ending a chase A-Team style. » 5/22/14 2:08am 5/22/14 2:08am

Stunning photos taken by the two Russian daredevils atop Shanghai Tower

Check out these incredible photos taken by Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov, the two Russian daredevils who climbed the second tallest building in the world—the 2132-foot Shanghai Tower. The contrast of the lighted clouds and the sleek towers make it look like a snap from a futuristic Earth. I guess we are living… » 2/14/14 11:25pm 2/14/14 11:25pm

Terrifying video of fearless kids hanging from buildings with one hand

I've seen plenty of Russian kids risking their lives walking on top of buildings or hanging from bridges, cranes and buildings. I get nervous just by looking at the photos, but this video compilation actually raised my blood pressure— I felt physically dizzy half-way through it. » 1/17/14 7:38pm 1/17/14 7:38pm

10% of U.S. Electricity Comes From Old Russian Nuclear Warheads

This is basically the least worst thing that can happen with Russian nuclear bombs! For the past twenty years, the Russians have been turning 500 tons of uranium from decommissioned nuclear weapons into nuclear fuel for the United States. It's called the Megatons to Megawatts program. The last shipment from that 1993… » 12/11/13 5:23pm 12/11/13 5:23pm

This Colossal Dam Keeps Russia's Capital City Above Water

When Tsar Peter the Great founded the former Russian capital city of Saint Petersburg more than 300 years ago, he intended it to provide a "window on the Baltic." Turns out, that window was more of a screen door. To protect itself, the city built a dam that took almost 300 years and $3.85 billion to complete. » 9/09/13 2:00pm 9/09/13 2:00pm